Mastering the art of managing complex supply chain management
Over the last 6 years, the team at The KPI Institute:
Documented 8,000+ KPIs from 16 functional areas and 25 industries;
Reviewed 1,000+ performance reports from 125 countries;
Referenced 30,000+ resources (books, articles, performance reports) as part of the documentation process;
Developed 250+ KPI Dashboards and Balanced Scorecards.
With the insights gained we:
Assisted 28,000+ organizations in finding solutions for their KPI needs;
Trained 2,500+ participants in 40+ countries on how to work rigorously with KPIs.
3 Key Business Benefits
Increase business performance by gaining control over the specific processes and actively manage
the interactions with different stakeholders of the supply chain;
Significantly improve business results by working with the right KPIs to monitor your supply chain;
Consolidate your competitive advantage by developing the ability to address, in real time,
the challenges in supply chain performance planning and execution.
“I contacted The KPI Institute for an in-house training with my team. We found both the material and
the way of explaining concepts by doing examples invaluable. I would also say that this is a great value
for money if you want to build the competency within your organization.”
Fahad A. AlFaadel, Saudi Food and Drug Authority, Saudi Arabia
Certified Supplier Performance
In-house Training Course
During the training course, you will be focusing on developing the right competencies to deal with the challenges of managing complex supply chains. Moreover, you will benefit from a powerful learning experience, by using practical information and top notch performance instruments.
As a key differentiating point, the training course provided by The KPI Institute focuses on a new dimension of supply chain management, using a comprehensive KPIs development and monitoring framework, backed up by a ready-to-use toolkit.
Efficiently manage your activity area based on an in-depth understanding of the supply chain dynamics;
Take adequate measures to avoid specific pitfalls in the cross-functional areas of the supply chain, by monitoring the supply chain system’s performance;
Have a significant contribution as part of the team supporting the supply chain operations areas;
Generate value for your business by applying modern performance management frameworks;
Enhance your practical learning experience by getting full access to a wide variety of relevant resources and ready-to use tools designed to help you attain outstanding results.
At the end of this course you will be able to: Develop a SLA architecture;
Apply the Value Chain Model in redesigning the supply chain network;
Apply tools and techniques for improving supplier performance; Identify KPIs to monitor and improve your supply chain performance; Learn how to monitor and measure performance using Dashboards and Scorecards.
Professionals activating in the fields of supply chain
Professionals working in departments such as procurement, logistics, retail, manufacturing and distribution or related to the entire supply chain management process, interested in improving the performance of their activities and bringing strategic and sustainable value to their organizations.
Middle/lower management professionals
Individuals such as executives or operational managers at all levels, but also project staff and other supply chain stakeholders which are involved in procurement-related planning, management, project tracking or performance monitoring. The tools and resources offered as part of the “Supply Chain Performance Professional” course enable managers to immediately apply the concepts learned within their organizations.
Supply Chain Management experts
For professionals in the field, it is important to receive a more rigorous approach to Supply Chain Performance, as well as techniques of managing the supply chain processes, which allow them to have a more holistic view of the topic.
The course also offers them examples of good practices in the field, and it represents a great opportunity to learn from the trainer and the other participants who share a great interest in the subject.
Snehal Kaware, Takreer, UAE Will Barr, GLL, UK
“The content of the program is really to the point and easily
customized to the needs of the Oil and Gas Industry.” “Very interested and pleased with the course. I would recommend to senior colleagues.”
In-house Training Course
Introduction to supply chain
Excellence in supply chain management; Supply chain: characteristics and functions; Supply chain process;
Supply chain management impact on business success.
Procurement component of supply chain
The key role of procurement in the supply chain;
Suppliers selection criteria;
Success factors in supplier selection: competitive advantage;
Contracting : key success factors in driving SLA performance;
Key metrics in SLA: total cost of ownership; Management of supplier panels for value generation;
Activity: Identify the suppliers selection criteria;
Activity: Develop a SLA architecture.
The motivation for supplier performance management; Challenges in managing supplier relationships;
The cost of supplier performance; Strategy development for supplier performance: the Segmentation Model. Activity: Apply systems thinking principles in the supplier relationship management context;
Activity: Apply Segmentation Model in practice.
Supplier performance sustainability
The motivation for performance management in supply chain;
Develop internal capabilities for supplier evaluation;
Tools for supplier evaluation: evaluation form, audit, periodical review;
Activity: Develop a supplier evaluation form.
Inbound logistics elements; Demand planning and forecasting: Demand-Supply Balance;
Economic Order Quantity; Working Capital;
Activity: Assess performance through Perfect Order Index.
Efficient Inventory Management
Inventory management categorization: ABC Analysis;
Stock control: stock levels and stock-outs, investigation checklists; Metrics in inventory management: cost to serve, cost to stock, inventory carrying costs;
Activity: Analyze and debate on a case study on improved inventory management.
Distribution requirement planning (DRP); Success factors for distribution
planning-country regulations- national holidays, customs procedures;
Transport optimization; Outsourcing in distribution: 3P.
Supply Chain Improved models
Supply chain types: Client Driven Supply Chain, Push/Pull;
Lean Management: Agile Supply Chain; Key metrics in SCM performance: Just in Time(JIT) Just in Sequence (JIS); Bull Whip Effect;
Activity: Analyze a case study on Lean Supply Chain.
Supply Chain performance optimization
The need for network redesign: fish bone analysis;
The modelling and redesign of supply chain networks: Value Chain Model; The benefits of Value Chain Model; Supplier Managed Inventory (SMI) and Vendor’s Managed Inventory (VMI).
Performance management system architecture
Architecture of the performance management system;
Performance management system components;
Performance Management evaluation tools; Activity: Design your department’s performance model.
Introduction to KPIs
Definition and usability of KPIs; KPIs and metrics selection; KPI selection sources; KPI selection techniques; KPI target setting;
KPI documentation as a key success factor; Activity: Apply a KPI documentation form in practice.
Developing and using scorecards and dashboards
Scorecards for monitoring performance;
Specifics of Scorecards & Dashboards; Activity: Create your performance scorecard.
Review and next steps
Proactivity in SCM; Buy‐in across the Business; Measuring results effectively; 10 Insights into how to maximize supply chain performance; Learning follow-up within your organization;
Overview of learning and conclusions; Q&A session.
Review and Certification Exam
Course review; Certification Exam.
Day 1 - Supply Chain
Day 2 - Supply chain
management and optimization
Day 3 - Data gathering
In-house Training Course
The Certification Exam will take place at the end of the third training day. It contains 75 questions and the necessary score to pass is minimum 50.
The KPI Infographic;
Fact Sheets:KPI Definitions, KPIs in Practice, Terminology in Practice, KPI Selection Criteria;
Webinars:Certified Supplier Performance Professional;
Catalogues:Supplier Scorecard, Distribution Scorecard, Procurement Scorecard;
Factsheetcontaining an updated glossary of terms used in Supply Chain Management;
Other resources:consisting in videos, whitepapers or case studies relevant for Supply Chain Management.
This part of the learning experience is meant to ensure a smooth transition to the face to face training. For a successful learning experience, it is highly recommended to take the following steps:
Introduction – share a message to introduce yourself to the other participants in an
Pre-course evaluation – complete a needs analysis by answering a short quiz to establish
the current level of knowledge and a section to share expectations. As a part of the self-evaluation, participants can establish personal learning objectives for this training;
Prerequisite reading – Review extra materials in order to have a disciplined overview
and gain a more holistic view upon the subject. This reading includes definitions, terminology and history related theories.
In order to achieve a high level of understanding and increase the rate with which theoretical aspects are implemented in practice, the course is designed to facilitate experiential learning and ensure a high level of interactivity through open discussion on different topics. The learning experience consists of:
Actively participating in individual and group exercises, in order to apply concepts in practice; Analyzing case studies and identifying solutions;
Filling in templates used as instruments for improving performance; Sharing experiences and best practices from different industries;
Constantly evaluating participants’ knowledge, through short quizzes to support the final test.
After the course, participants are offered the resources and the platforms that will encourage both knowledge improvement and experience sharing. The after-course learning experience is comprised of:
Action plan – submit a plan to state the changes you intend to make in your organization
in terms of supply chain management, 3 days after the training course;
In-house presentation – submit a PowerPoint presentation that you will deliver within
your organization, on key topics covered during the training course;
Additional reading – read a list of resources (books, articles and videos), meant at
ensuring a continuous learning experience;
Follow-up - fill in a survey, 3 months after the course, to determine what you have
successfully applied within your organization, as a result of attending the training course.
Course materials that consist in:Book of Knowledge;
Course slides; Course notes.
Management Toolkit, containing
the following templates:
Performance Management System Architecture;
Desired State of Evolution; Performance Scorecard; Performance Dashboard; KPI Documentation forms.
Premium Associate Membership
on smartKPIs.com available for 6
months, providing access to over
8000 KPI examples;
A supply chain management
report from the Top 25 KPIs;
One webinar from the 2015
Certified Supply Chain
In-house Training Course
If you have a group of five or more to train you can save time and money by running this training course in-house. Use the contact details provided below to request a customized offer from one of our training solution specialists.
Our aim is to do more than just deliver the course – we want to ensure that your people gain long-term benefits from their training and perform better in their jobs so that you see the return in your investment of your people.
You can enhance the effectiveness of your training program by incorporating a real live audit with the assistance of the facilitator – making the course more relevant to you and your business.
Each in-house training session is exclusive to your organization – you can introduce company sensitive or market competitive information into sessions, without commercial compromise.
There are clear cost savings to be made – you save on travel, accommodation expenses and employee’s time.
The KPI Institute in-house training is flexible, adaptable and effective, ensuring that you get the best possible learning experience.
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In-house Training Course
The KPI Institute offers a broad set of training courses customized to specific functional areas, industries or topics related to performance management.
Each of these courses is developed based on The KPI Institute’s research and aims to provide practical solutions for improving business performance.
Access the Training Courses Catalogue for the complete training offer.
Training Courses Catalogue 2015
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