Supply Chain Management Essentials - SCME - Course Bundle
Authored and presented by an industry expert, Brian Gibson of Auburn University, Supply Chain Management Essentials (SCME) is an innovative online course that provides insight into supply chain planning, processes, and global operations via discussion, animation, and industry video clips.
This course bundle include all of the Supply Chain Management Essential courses.
Each course contains a 45 - 60 minute video, suggested reading files and a quiz.
Customer Service: The Post-Sales Process
This course shines a light on the oft forgotten topic of customer service in supply chain management. You will be introduced to the key activities that must take place after an order is fulfilled. Key coverage includes customer service, service parts fulfillment, and reverse logistics.
Global SCM Export Preparations
This course continues the global supply chain management discussion with content that addresses export preparations. You will receive critical insight to the preparation activities that affect the speed, cost, and success of global supply chains - terms of trade, documentation, and freight protection.
Global SCM International Sourcing
This course begins our coverage of global supply chain management fundamentals and introduces the first set of activities in global operations. You will explore global sourcing and off-shore manufacturing - the strategies, opportunities, and potential pitfalls.
Global SCM International Delivery
This course concludes the discussion of global supply chain management with coverage of the global freight journey. You will learn what happens between the exporter’s factory and the importer’s DC - the intermodal flows, customs clearance, and post-clearance delivery.
Logistics Management: The Move Process
The course discusses the “move” or “distribute” processes of supply chain management. You will gain insight into the key activities needed to successfully fulfill orders - transportation, inventory management, and warehousing.
Long Range Planning
This course addresses the role of capacity planning and forecasting across extended time horizons. You will be introduced to key principles and techniques of long range planning and gain an appreciation for the challenges involved in accurate, effective planning.
This course describes the concepts of supply chain networks and their role in efficient product flows. You will learn about distribution strategies, fulfillment options, and the network design process.
Production Management: The Make Process
This course investigates the “make” process of supply chain management and the concepts of transformation. You will gain an appreciation for various production strategies, including lean and mass customization, as well as the value of proper product/facility layout coordination for efficient assembly.
Short Range Planning
This course continues the coverage of supply chain planning with a focus on short to mid-range planning activities. It addresses the role of sales and operations (S&OP) planning, scheduling, and sequencing across brief time horizons. You will study the key planning activities that bring strategy to life through timely coordination of orders, materials, capacity, and labor.
Supply Chain Concepts
This course covers the fundamental issues of supply chain management - what it involves, why it is important, and how products flow. You will gain insight into the SCM value proposition and key capabilities of competitive supply chains.
Supply Chain Technology
The course discusses the role of technology in supply chain management planning and execution. You will review supply chain technology requirements, key software categories, and emerging capabilities of technology innovations.
Supply Management The Buy Process
This course describes the “buy” process of supply chain Management and the issues related to effective supply management. You will learn about the procurement fundamentals, purchasing processes, and the role of strategic sourcing.
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