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SUPPLY CHAIN

Excellent Warehouse Management and Material Distribution

So far, the Logistics department of manufacturing enterprise are facing several challenges, such as low accuracy of demand forecast, the high speed of technology updating, the frequent change of BOM, low accuracy of sales forecast, capacity constraints. These lead to other problems, such as the frequent changes in production plans; the high difficulty to make material plan; supplier supply is not timely or unmatched; either the backlog of the material, or the shortage; the warehousing conditions are limited; the procedures for are not standardized; ERP data are not accurate; accounting items are not consistent;labor shortages, low operation efficiency, high logistics management costs and etc. Improving warehouse efficiency management and carrying out material distribution have become a crucial way to reduce the logistics cost.
September 11 - 12, 2019 Shanghai ¥6,780.00
New
MARKETING

Communicating During Change

In the 21st century no organisation can avoid the changes wrought by technology, globalisation, marketplace forces and customer expectations. Some organisations go through continuous change, others have change thrust upon them when they are least expecting it. Some thrive during change, others flounder. One of the main reasons change fails is that not enough time, thought and energy is given to how things will be better for employees and customers once the change is completed. Key elements are simple and clear messages, storytelling, repetition through multiple channels, leadership by example, explaining inconsistencies and plenty of opportunities to share concerns and ideas. During our two days together we will look at each of these elements in detail and build them into a strategic framework and communications route map for explaining change that delegates will be able to use back in their workplaces.
September 16 - 17, 2019 Shanghai ¥9,370.00
New
MARKETING

Managing Relationships With the Media

Across the world journalists complain about the information from organisations - it is badly presented and not of interest to their audiences. While communication professionals complain that journalists are hard to reach and misrepresent their companies. Knowing about how the media is structured and what journalists look for helps, as does how to approach editors with ideas for news and feature stories, plus build long term relationships with journalists in the key publications your stakeholders read, watch and listen to. During our two days together, you will develop an easy-to-follow strategic foundation for providing a professional media relations service to your organisation. It will be comprehensive and practical for you and your team.
September 18 - 19, 2019 Shanghai ¥9,370.00
PROCUREMENT

Resisting Price Increases and Implementing Cost Improvement Initiatives

Cost Improvements Initiatives, when properly implemented, have resulted in dramatic reductions in cost and significant improvements in productivity across the entire organization. As in all initiatives, success is dependent not only on an awareness of the potential opportunities, but more importantly the knowledgeable implementation of the ideas, processes, and techniques that should be utilized. This seminar focuses on Resisting Price Increases and Cost Improvement Initiatives and the many savings methods that have been used to reduce cost over the life of the product or service and across the entire supply chain.
September 23 - 24, 2019 San Diego $1,595.00
New
PROCUREMENT

Strategic Sourcing and Supplier Management

Procurement and supply management professionals recognize the need to produce dramatic results in an increasingly complex business environment. This is especially true in these challenging economic times, and necessitates a truly STRATEGIC approach to what was traditionally a transactional procurement function. Truly progressive organizations worldwide have been able to transition from a transactional role to become a strategic sourcing instrument of the organization, which reduces costs, while increasing both efficiency and effectiveness. Such a strategic transition must concurrently address the critical aspects of supplier management. Progressive organizations must therefore establish the strategic capabilities created by both strategic sourcing and active management of supplier risk to assure an optimized supply chain.
September 23 - 24, 2019 San Diego $1,595.00
Hot
PROCUREMENT

Procurement Success Summit 2019: America

Growing in the Age of Risk and Leading with Digital Transformation
September 25 - 27, 2019 San Diego $2,295.00
PROCUREMENT

Supplier Management & Operational Management

Price, Service, Quality? Which one is the prime consideration when executing vendor selection? Cost Reduction, is it difficult to negotiate with suppliers? How to motivate suppliers without giving attractive purchasing order quantity? How to become the VIP customer? Quantity of the suppliers? How many is the suitable number for the supply? How to determine the length of the business contract, does the same length contract apply for all suppliers? Are you able to understand all the cost details in the quotation? Do we have any tools that can easily find out the unreasonable price on the quotation? How to increase the Supplier Power and become a more professional supply chain expert
October 14 - 15, 2019 Shenzhen ¥6,780.00
SUPPLY CHAIN

Advancing Inventory Management & Demand Planning

It has been said many times that there are two types of forecasts: lucky predictions and inaccurate ones. But just because your forecast will probably never be consistently perfect, doesn't mean that you shouldn't strive to achieve the most accurate forecast possible. Indeed better forecasts lead to better business management. And in these challenging economic times is critical that you have good estimates of what will happen in the future. With this information you will have a better idea of what you will sell or use, what products or material to stock, where the best opportunities for success are located and how to plan what resources will be needed. In the first part of this two day workshop we will lead you through the steps necessary to develop a successful, comprehensive demand forecasting program to meet your organization's specific needs. Instruction will be complemented by actual case studies and discussion involving participants'actual challenges. In the second part of the seminar we will use the results of our new forecasting practices to create a comprehensive inventory management program that will lead your firm to achieving the goal of effective inventory management:"Meet or exceed customers' expectations of product availability with the amount of each item that will maximize profitability or minimize your total inventory investment." Again we will accompany an explanation of "best practices" with actual case studies. There will also be ample opportunity to discuss delegates' specific inventory challenges. In addition to the instruction book describing all of the concepts presented in the workshop all participants will be given copies of these spreadsheet tools demonstrated in the workshop so that they can apply what they have learned in their organizations.
October 15 - 16, 2019 Singapore $1,995.00
New
MARKETING

How to Be a Good Storyteller

Through the anatomy of Chai Jing's “Under the Dome”, attendees could learn the scientific method of impressing the audience. Analyze the audience and understand the thinking mode of the audience---"Know what you say, understand what you didn't say" Analyze the speech/communication goals and develop a 360-degree goal Multi-dimensionally enhancing the influence of attendees and showing their personal charm
October 15 - 16, 2019 Shanghai ¥9,370.00
PROCUREMENT

Strategic Sourcing and Supplier Management

Procurement and supply management professionals recognize the need to produce dramatic results in an increasingly complex business environment. This is especially true in these challenging economic times, and necessitates a truly STRATEGIC approach to what was traditionally a transactional procurement function. Truly progressive organizations worldwide have been able to transition from a transactional role to become a strategic sourcing instrument of the organization, which reduces costs, while increasing both efficiency and effectiveness. Such a strategic transition must concurrently address the critical aspects of supplier management. Progressive organizations must therefore establish the strategic capabilities created by both strategic sourcing and active management of supplier risk to assure an optimized supply chain.
October 15 - 16, 2019 Singapore $1,595.00