A global supply chain is a dynamic and efficient worldwide network when a company purchases or uses goods or services from overseas. It involves people, information, processes, and resources involved in the production, handling and distribution of materials and finished products or providing a service to the customer. The supply chain affects a product’s entire lifecycle, from the planning stages to the sale. Therefore, a company must be able to find the materials it needs to create its products, transport them to the production facilities and ship the finished goods to the retail outlets or end user of the product.
Every stage of that process involves professional skills that are critical to success, from marketing and logistics to data management and warehousing. Supply chain executives in organizations across industries have enjoyed increased sales and an improvement of overall performance from globalization efforts in recent years. As global supply chains increase their reach and complexity, the demand for professionals with the capabilities and skills to manage them will continue to increase.
In this training course, you’ll be able to understand the regulations, procedures, global security, documentation, dealing with customs and other government agencies, trade compliance, HTS classifications, managing freight and other related issues. This course will enable you to apply the global supply chain management framework exploring the implications of industry globalization drivers of supply chains.
To analyze the purpose of global supply chain management.
What are the Global trade opportunities, risks, and operational concerns
Explore ways to develop an effective end-to-end supply chain infrastructure
Identification of the ways to design your supply chain to enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of your company.
Understand the Legal Considerations, International Contracts, Insurance, Clearance, Commercial Contracts and International Commerce Terms.
Examine your supply chain from a strategic perspective.
A collaborative model that promotes the goals and objectives of your organization.
Analyzing the forces that are affecting today’s supply chains
Discuss the barriers, risks, and Security associated with supply chain management.
Identification of Supply chain challenges faced by companies regardless of their industry
How companies apply different strategies to strengthen their supply chain.
Creating an efficient action plan and guidance to enhance global supply chain performance.
Who Should Attend?
Head of the Department (Supply Chain & Marketing)
Managers (Supply Chain & Marketing)
Operational Supply Chain Managers
Mid-to-top level Executives in Multinationals
Day 1: Drivers of Global Supply Chain
Key Market of Global Drivers
How Globalized Market Competition Influence Drivers of Supply Chain
Trade levels increased birth of Global Companies, Growth of Global Networks
Challenges faced by companies while Managing Global Supply chain
Understanding of Stakeholders in Global Supply Chain
Day 2: Global Supply Chain Infrastructure
Analysis of Transportation, utilities, communication and Technology infrastructure
Associated Risk, Barriers, and Security with Global Supply Chain
Legal Considerations, International Contracts, and Insurance Issues
Managing Commercial Contracts and Custom Clearance
International Commerce Terms
Day 3: Leveraging Logistics in Global Supply Chain
Designing a Global Logistics Strategy
Managing Global Inventory
Global Packaging and Handling Materials
Understanding of Global Distribution Centers
Mode of Transportation: air, Land, Sea
Day 4: Purchasing Issues in Global Supply Chain
Elements and Essentials of Global Purchasing Strategy
Types of Global Purchasing Strategies
How to move from International to Global Supply Chain
Outsourcing and offshoring Strategies
Designing Global Supplier Network
Day 5: How to Maximize Operations in Global Supply Chain Management
Strategy for Global Operations
Strategic make or buy decisions
Estimate of Total Cost Analysis in Global Supply Chain
Quality Standards of Global Supply Chain Processes
Using a Third-Party Logistics – 1PL, 2PL, 3PL, 4PL, 5PL Supplier
Day 6: Managing Market Channels in Global Supply Chain
Strategy for Global Marketing Channels
How to Create Customer-Value Global Processes
Entry Modes for International Market
Expertise in international Franchising, Wholesaling, and Retailing
How to Create Global Online Presence
globalEDGE Diagnostic Tool
Day 7: Managing Global Supply Chains
Importance and Value of Managing Global Supply Chain
Efficient Coordination Mechanism in Global Supply Chain
Managing Inter-Organizational Relationships in Global Supply Chain
Guidelines for Efficient Global Supply Chain
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