UKQ UK Approved international Diploma in Logistic Supply Chain Management Course
Logistics and supply chain management are not new thoughts or ideas. From the building of the pyramids, The Taj Mahal in Agra, Amer Fort in Jaipur, and this era Burj Khalifa to the relief of hunger in Africa there has been little change to the principles underpinning the effective flow of materials and information to meet the requirements of customers.
Throughout the history of the mankind, wars have been won and lost through logistics strengths and capabilities or lack of them. It has been argued that the defeats of the British in the American War of independence can logistic failure.
Logistic supply Management vs Supply chain Management:
Basically Logistic supply Management is a subset of Supply chain Management. Logistic is an essentially planning orientation and framework seeks to create a single plan for the flow of products and information about logistic through a business. While on the other hand; supply chain management builds upon this framework and seeks to achieve linkage and co-ordination between the processes of other entities in the pipeline as that suppliers and customers and the organization itself.
This course defines fundamental, underlying or pivot terminologies that regularly used by Logistic supply Management professionals. There are several terms introduced here: the impact-of-stock, customer retention, Market-driven supply chain, and customer service objectives etc. The trainee will be able to comprehend the significance and intent behind the key terminologies that are frequently employed. The course could be seen as an introduction to advance Logistic supply chain Management concepts.
- Logistic, the supply chain and competitive strategy.
- The changing competitive environment
- Delivering customer value.
- The marketing and logistics interface.
- Going to market
- Complexity and the supply chain.
- Managing the global pipeline.
- Service logistics.
- Marking risk in the supply chain.
- The age of network competition.
- Overcoming the barriers to supply chain integration.
- Creating a sustainable supply chain.
- The supply chain of the future.
Who should take or profit for this course:
- Employees with high aspirations in Logistics, Supply Chain Management, Transportation, Sourcing, Customs.
- Aspiring Supply Chain Managers who want to learn more about their practical operations.
- New Importers / Exporters manager.
- Entrepreneurs in Ecommerce / Amazon FBA / Drop shippers.
- Owners of small businesses.
- Army logistic Manager.
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