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WEBINAR: Supply Chain Department in Manufacturing and Commerce

Updated: Jun 12




WEBINAR:  Supply Chain Department in Manufacturing and Commerce


 

Dates: July 5th and 12th (2 days)

Time: 14:00 - 17:00 


Early bird registration until 28st, 2024


I) Seminar Description

In this interactive online seminar, Anestis Magkanaris will share his valuable experience and present best practices for creating and/or developing an effective Supply Chain (SC) department. The focus will be on the essence of the S.C., the benefits for companies from having and operating an SC department, the key roles and required skills, as well as the unique challenges that arise during the creation and development of the department.


The primary goal is to help participants identify opportunities within their companies for the creation and development of an effective Supply Chain department within their organization. This is a unique opportunity for a high-level live educational environment, aimed at leading to the immediate implementation of a plan for creating and/or developing your Supply Chain.


II) Knowledge

  • How an effective Supply Chain (SC) department operates and its benefits

  • Key considerations when creating and/or developing an SC department


III) Skills

  • Supply Chain Management

  • Change Management

  • Leadership

  • Team Building


IV) Objectives

  • Motivating participants to immediately implement an action plan for creating and/or developing a Supply Chain department within their organization.


Who it's for:

  • Entrepreneurs and CEOs who want to improve their company’s competitiveness.

  • Supply Chain executives (such as Planning Managers, Procurement Managers, Warehouse Managers, Distribution and Routing Managers, Customer Service Managers) aiming to streamline operations directly or indirectly involved in order fulfillment, enhancing customer satisfaction while reducing costs.

  • Production executives who want to improve machine and personnel performance.

  • Commercial Directors looking to improve service levels for existing customers, save resources (e.g., for marketing), and find time to attract new customers through the optimization of existing customer service.

  • HR executives who wish to increase the time available for recruiting and developing existing staff through improved visibility resulting from better operational planning.

  • Quality Assurance Managers aiming to strengthen product quality assurance through the streamlining of operations resulting from improved planning.

  • Internal Audit Managers seeking to enhance controls over corporate assets through a well-organized Supply Chain department.


IV) Structure

        Part A

  • Organizing a Supply Chain Department (SC) based on the SCOR model

  • Challenges in creating and/or developing a Supply Chain department Part B (Homework)

  • Case Study

  

        Part C

  • Workshop on problem-solving

  • Strategies / Conclusions


Educational material

  • Supply Chain Presentation based on the SCOR Model (.pdf)

  • Organization and Role Descriptions (.pdf)

  • Supply Chain Performance Metrics (Excel)

  • Case Study Workshop Conclusions (.pdf)


Materials numbered (1), (2), (3) are sent by email to all participants immediately after the completion of Part A, while material numbered (4) is sent within 5 working days after the completion of Part C.


Note: The language of the webinar will be in Greek.


For more information and reservation, call:

6939774216, Ms. Kalliopi Kotsiani.

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