Logistics and supply chain management has been described as the planning and coordination of the activities necessary to achieve the desired levels of service at the lowest possible cost. The seminar explores key managerial tasks that should be coordinated and controlled to achieve an efficient and effective logistics and supply chain organisations. It focuses on helping participants gain new insights into the application of tools and how this can transform their competitive position.
Learning Objectives and Benefits
Participants on this programme will acquire and internalise the skills and tools necessary to efficiently and effectively manage their organisation’s logistics and supply chain and especially during difficult times.
Who should attend
This programme will benefit:
Logistics and supply chain managers, material management managers and those who are relatively new to the profession. Also, the programme will cater to those in public sector logistics.
Structure and Curriculum
- Understanding international logistics and supply chain concepts
- Logistics customer service management
- Developing logistics philosophy and planning
- Procurement of goods and services within the supply chain
- Legal issues in logistics
- Ethical issues in logistics
- Exploring the applications of the contracts of trade
- Category management within the context of domestic procurement.
- Inventory management
- What are inventories?
- Inventory roles in the supply chain
- Warehouse concepts and application
- Supply chain simulation and financial issues
- The beer game
- Lesson from the game
- Transportation/Haulage of goods
- Financial considerations
- IT application of people issue
- IT applications to logistics /SC
- People make logistics happens
- Performance management
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2. Select the number of participants to enroll on the programme
3. Fill in your details to complete your application
4. Request for an invoice or make an instant payment via our secured payment gateway
5. Upon confirmation of payment, a programme manager will get in touch with you at least three days before the programme commences.
- Dr Frank Ojadi
- Dr Marvel Ogah
- Dr Obinna Muogboh
- Uche Attoh