Supplier Management and Development
3rd September 2021
10:30am to 05.00pm
6th September 2021
10:30am to 05.00pm
Mr. Dinesh Divekar
Business Mentor, Consultant & Trainer
Having determined the sequence that work is to be tackled in, some operations require a detailed timetable showing at what time or date jobs should start and when they should end – this is scheduling. Schedules are familiar statements of volume and timing in many consumer environments. Schedules of work are used in operations where some planning is required to ensure that customer demand is met. Other operations, such as rapid-response service operations where customers arrive in an unplanned way, cannot schedule the operation in a short-term sense. They can only respond at the time demand is placed upon them. This training programme is aimed at improving the scheduling skills of the participants.
Goal Statement of the Training Programme
Optimum utilisation of the machines or the employees working at the shop-floor is always a challenge. The goal statement of the training is to improve utilisation of these two components of the production at the participants’ workplace.
The programme is helpful for the personnel engaged in the operations of the services. Whatever the background of the participants, they are expected to have good analytical skills and should not be jaded with the numerical examples.
By taking this training, the participants will:
Learn what scheduling involves and the importance of good scheduling.
Learn scheduling needs in - high-volume intermediate volume systems, job shops.
Learn how to use and interpret Gantt charts.
Learn commonly used priority rules.
ü The difference between Production Planning and Scheduling
ü What is Batch Scheduling?
ü What is Gantt Charting?
ü The concept of makespan
ü Learning Dispatch Rules - CR, MINPRT
ü Numerical examples on scheduling
ü Participants to create a case study of their shop-floor (subject to the availability of the time at hand)
A man is known by the company he keeps goes the age old adage. True to this adage, it can be said that a company is known by the vendors it keeps. In today’s competitive environment, progressive firms must be able to produce quality products at reasonable prices. Product quality is a direct result of the production workforce and suppliers. Buying organisation can no longer afford to maintain large supplier base. There is a clear shift from one-time operational relationship to a long term strategic relationship. This course is designed so that participants get insight on the strategic aspects of buyer-supplier relationship.
By taking this course, participants will develop their competencies in Distinguishing between strategic, tactical and operational procurement, Develop a checklist so as to appraise the vendors, Evaluating and rating the potential suppliers, Categorisation of the vendors, Distinguishing between traditional and partnership supplier relationships, Understanding what preparatory work needs to be done before negotiating with vendors,
To gain competitive advantage collaborative relationship with vendors is important. Vendor development plays a crucial role here. However, it is of paramount importance to decide which vendors to develop, how to develop. In this programme, participants will get blueprint of Vendor Development Plan (VDP).
ROI on the Training
ROI on this programme is measurable. It can be measured on the on the count of reduction in procurement spend, improved quality of negotiations, reduction in time spent in negotiations etc.
ü Traditional Procurement Vs Strategic Procurement
ü Concept of Total Cost of Ownership (TCO)
ü Scientific method of Vendor Assessment
ü Post-project evaluation of the vendors
ü How to widen Vendor Database
ü Vendor categorisation based on Kraljic Matrix
ü Vendor categorisation based on “What Suppliers Think of you?” Matrix
ü How to make Vendor Development Plan (VDP) based on these two matrices
ü Various ratios used to measure performance of Purchase Department in general Vendors in particular
ü How to do audit of various functions of vendor’s organisation?
ü How to Conduct Vendor Satisfaction Survey (VSS)
Profile of Faculty
Mr. Dinesh Divekar- Business Mentor, Consultant & Trainer
Mr Dinesh is versatile in the field of training and management consulting. His multifarious activities include writing articles, designing case studies and guiding juniors through various online forums.
He has handled the training and consulting across the spectrum of industries. Taking benefit of the exposure that he gets through his training and consulting, he conducts research through his participants. Based on his research, he has designed unique programmes like Effective Selling Skills for B2B Market, KAM, Sales and Customer Strategy for B2B Markets, Strategies for Product Pricing etc.
In addition to the training programmes in the field of sales and marketing, Mr Divekar also conducts training programmes in the field of business strategy like Strategic Analysis of the Enterprise, Strategy for Supply Chain Management etc.
Course’s time structure:
In both Session – 30 Minutes Break Included
You should have good internet connection and good quality headphone/speaker set with Laptop / Desktop.
You should have notepad/pen to note down important points.
How to Register:
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Fees include certificate of participation & Course Material.
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