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Nella Supply Chain la sincronizzazione è fondamentale per avere produzione e consegne rapide e accurate. Coinvolgendo tutte le funzioni dell'azienda, è possibile allineare i processi di pianificazione e subire interruzioni nella Supply Chain significativamente inferiori.
Il programma Supply Chain Planning Certificate  di ASCM introduce questi fondamenti di pianificazione essenziali e spiega chiaramente come integrare tutte le funzioni di pianificazione all'interno di un'azienda.
Il programma online e self-paced include 20 ore di formazione in inglese e un esame finale completo. Dopo aver superato l'esame, i partecipanti riceveranno il Supply Chain Planning Certificate di ASCM.

Su richiesta, è possibile abbinare il programma a delle sessioni Office Hours con i nostri istruttori certificati (tipicamente di 1,5 ore - ogni 2 settimane) per approfondimenti, spiegazioni e discussioni dei case studies.

 

Con questo programma il Team di Supply Chain apprenderà un linguaggio comune e una conoscenza condivisa sui seguenti aspetti:

  • Gestione ottimale dell’intero processo di Manufacturing Planning & Control, dal Business Plan all’Execution
  • Conoscenza e gestione ottimale del Master Production Schedule
  • Conoscenza e gestione ottimale del MRP
  • Gestione efficace dei meeting di pianificazione delle Operations/Supply. Gestione dell'Advance Planning & Scheduling
  • Ruolo e ottimizzazione delle aree Logistics & Distribution
  • Identificazione delle tecnologie per supportare una pianificazione sincrona
  • Gestione efficace del controllo avanzamento della produzione
  • Piano didattico

    LEGGI I DETTAGLI ▾

    PROGRAMMA DETTAGLIATO

     

    1. What Is Synchronized Planning?

     

    Planning

    Why Do Companies Plan?
    How Do Companies Plan?


    Manufacturing Planning and Control (MPC) System
    MPC Overview
    Strategic Planning
    Operations Management Planning
    Operations Execution
    Distribution Planning
    Technologies within Strategic Planning


    What Is Synchronized Planning?
    Synchronized Planning Definition
    Digital Capabilities Model (DCM)
    Why Synchronized Planning?
    Level 1 Capabilities
    Level 2 Capabilities


    Additional Digital Information Technology for Supply Chains
    Technologies within the Digital Supply Chain

     

     

    2. Strategic Planning – Business Planning

     

    Market and Technology Variables in Business Planning

    Current and Evolving Environments
    Industry Advances and Technological Evolution
    Digital Development

     

    Synchronized Business Planning Hierarchy

    Introduction to the Planning Hierarchy
    Synchronizing the Mission – Getting Everyone on the Same Page
    Synchronizing the Vision – Keeping Everyone on the Same Page
    Strategic Plans – Balanced Scorecard
    Strategic Plans – Channel Network and Scenario Planning
    Synchronizing Financial Planning and Growth Strategy
    Financial Planning – Profit and Loss Statements
    Financial Planning – Sales and General Administrative Expenses
    Business Imperatives – Synchronizing Resources with Objectives
    Functional Support – Synchronizing Recourses with Objectives
    Synchronizing Core Process with Strategic Planning Objectives

     

    Other Tools and Techniques to Support Synchronized Business Planning

    Hoshin Kanri - Vertical and Cross Functional Alignment of Objectives
    Portfolio Life Cycle Planning–Synchronizing Plans with Product Life Cycles
    The ASCM Sustainability Framework
    Operations Strategy – Manufacturing Environments
    Operations Strategy – Inventory Planning
    Supply Chain Strategies
    Synchronizing Strategy for Multiple Business Units (in Larger Businesses)

     

     

    3. Strategic Planning – Demand Planning and S&OP

     

    Demand Planning

    Misguided Assumptions
    Synchronizing with Business Planning
    Business Plan Objectives
    Marketing Investments
    Sales Management
    Historical Time - Series Data
    Digital Contract Management

     

    Sales and Operations Planning (S&OP)

    S&OP Overview
    Prerequisite Activities and Data Gathering
    Key Measurements
    Scheduling the Monthly S&OP Cycle and Steps
    Software and Product Line Templates
    S&OP Cycle and Final Meeting Agenda
    Roles and Responsibilities in S&OP
    Tiered S&OP
    S&OP Handoff to the Organization

     

     

    4. Tactical Planning – Master Scheduling/MRP/Capacity Management

     

    Master Scheduling Overview

    Objectives of Master Scheduling
    Relationship of Master Scheduling to Other Plans
    Differences in Master Scheduling based on Manufacturing Strategy/Business Environments
    Inputs to the MPS

     

    The Master Scheduling Process

    The MPS Grid
    Steps in the Master Scheduling Process
    Managing Change and the MPS

     

    Material Requirements Planning Overview

    Objectives of MRP
    Relationship of MRP to Other Plans
    Inputs to MRP
    Bills of Material
    Types of Bills of Material
    Other Uses for Bills of Material

     

    The MRP Process

    The MPS Grid
    Steps in the Master Scheduling Process
    Managing Change and the MPS

     

    Capacity Management

    Types of Capacity
    Capacity Planning Levels
    Methods of Measuring Capacity
    Capacity Required (Load)
    Scheduling Techniques
    Managing Overloads and Underloads

     

    Closed - Loop Planning

     

     

    5. Operations Execution – Purchasing and Production Activity Control, APS

     

    Purchasing

    Purchasing versus Procurement
    Relationship with Synchronized Plans
    Purchasing Cycle
    Current Functions and Trends
    Environmentally Responsible Purchasing
    Ethical Sourcing
    Purchasing and Supply Chain Management
    Purchasing Performance Measurements

     

    Production Activity Control (PAC)

    PAC Objectives and Functions
    Types of Manufacturing
    Data Requirements
    Manufacturing Lead Time
    Scheduling Techniques
    Sequencing and Dispatching Orders
    Bottleneck Management
    Reporting and Performance Measurement

     

    Advanced Planning and Scheduling (APS)

    What Is APS?

     

     

    6. Distribution and Logistics Planning

     

    The Role of Distribution in Supply Chain Management

    Distribution Management in the Supply Chain
    Distribution Planning and the Business Plan

     

    Channel Network Design

    Importance of Good Channel Network Design
    Channel Design Tree Structures
    Insourcing or Outsourcing within the Channel Network
    Labor and Equipment

     

    Inventory Planning

    Balancing Supply and Demand
    Distribution Channel Dependencies
    Push or Pull?
    Order (Reorder) Point
    Basic Order–Point Model and Order–Point Trigger
    Distribution Requirements Planning
    Which to Use–Order Point or DRP?

     

    Warehousing

    Function and Objectives of Warehousing
    Strategic Decision Components
    Warehouse Space and Capacity Planning
    Types of Warehousing
    Warehouse Automation and Systems

     

    Transportation

    The Transportation Function
    Transportation Strategic Planning
    Shipping Requirements
    Track and Trace

     

    Information Systems

    Enterprise Resources Planning
    Trace-and-Track Technology

  • A chi si rivolge

    LEGGI I DETTAGLI ▾

    • Professionisti delle aree Planning e Demand Management
    • Master Planner e Master Production Scheduler
    • Schedulatori della Produzione
    • Responsabili di Pianificazione, Produzione e Logistica di recente nomina e risorse in staff.
    • Responsabili di altre funzioni di stabilimento che desiderano apprendere o consolidare competenze sulla gestione della Supply Chain e dei processo Manufacturing Planning & Control (S&OP, MPS, MRP e PAC)
    • Consulenti ERP
    • Consulenti nell'area Operations e Supply Chain
  • Costi e iscrizione

    LEGGI I DETTAGLI ▾

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