Training Strategic Supply Chain Management


A Supply Chain process genre is network suppliers, manufacturing, assembly, distribution and facilities logistics do material procurement function, then change the material to in product half processing so nor product ready use, and distribute products the to customers. Supply Chain Management is approach system for manage whole current information, materials, and cash from supplier raw material through factories and warehouses to end consumer. Supply Chain Management has appear as solution for ability productivity and power competitive manufacturing. With Supply Chain Management then company could design and manage processes that cross boundaries organization with destination for adapt supply and demand in the most effective and costly way.

The challenge that faced by the manufacturing industry changing and getting heavy from time to time. Industries must be aware that for provide cheap, high – quality products fast not yet enough. There must be collaboration, coordination and synchronization between internal divisions and external parties. So that Supply Chain Management concept becomes important for organization company for respond the above condition.

Supply Chain Management knowledge is required and in have every personnel of organization for success connection with suppliers and customers to become harmonious so that the company will get profit.

Workshop Leader

Sutomo Asngadi, SS, MM, CPPP, CLSCP, MPM

He is S2 Graduates (Post Master Degree in Management) at the same time Practitioners and Doers Export Experienced Import, Procurement and Supply Chain Management more than 25 years at managerial level in various company multinational good Bonded Zone and non-Bonded Zone companies. Career He as professional handle companies in various field Industry Export Import Multi National Company (MNC) such as container, chemical, plywood, newsprint paper, heavy equipment, automotive, palm oil, pipeline oil and gas, construction material, oil and gas piping supplier, amusement machine games and automation company. Understanding of ISO 9001:2008, experienced in handling import and export ways payment, and procurement/supply chain processes, dangerous goods, including supporting systems (eg: NSW, EDI, E-PIB/PEB, E-License, HS code and tariffs, Customs Post Audit, Bonded Zone bonded). Besides used to handling connection business with customers and suppliers from abroad he also handles _ regarding Related Lartas _ with various agency government (Government Agencies).

Experienced in facing Customs Audit and assistance for AEO (AUTHORIZED ECONOMIC OPERATOR) facilities, Customs Partners, Master List, KITE (Ease Import Destination Export), and Bonded Zone.

He once recorded as an individual Consultant in a Global Company from the USA, and now joined in one of the Global Consultant Membership based in USA and Europe which provides consultation to investors and business people of the world. he _ has experienced in provide training to participants _ from various manufacturing and service company, good in- company and also public training. his client originated from various industrial fields such as Oil and Gas, Mining, Mechanical Engineering, Telecommunications, Materials Explosives, Banking, Construction, Automotive, Tools Heavy, Logistics, Forwarder, PPJK, Pharmaceutical, Industrial Food, company trading general, etc.

Jadwal 2024
  • 21-22 March 2024
  • 29-30 April 2024
  • 30-31 May 2024
  • 27-28 June 2024
  • 25-26 July 2024
  • 29-30 August 2024
  • 26-27 September 2024
  • 24-25 October 2024
  • 28-29 November 2024
  • 19-20 December 2024

Full Day Training, 09.00-16.00

Venue Training
  • Hotel NEO Malioboro Yogyakarta
  • Hotel Royal Malioboro by ASTON Yogyakarta
  • Novotel Suites Yogyakarta Malioboro

(Kepastian venue akan dikonfirmasikan H-4 sebelum event)

Investment Fee

IDR 5,950,000/ Peserta

  • Harga sudah termasuk Training Material, USB, Sertifikat, Lunch & Coffee Break, Souvenir, Door Prize.
  • Discount 10% bagi peserta yang mendaftar lebih dari 1 participants dan pembayaran dilakukan sebelum event berlangsung.
Training Goal
  1. Understand draft Management Chain Supply & Logistics and able designing a SCM system
  2. Understand reference model role supply-chain operations (SCOR Model) and able develop management chain integrated value
  3. Able to formulate the right supply chain strategy in accordance characteristics product nor market characteristics
  4. Able to make integrated supply chain planning that takes into account the trade-offs between destination holder different interests
  5. Have Skills for manage conventional good supply chain functions as well as digital
  6. Able to identify problems in the supply chain and recommend action repair
Who should attend

Logistics/ Supply Chain Manager, Purchasing Manager, Warehousing Manager, Distribution Manager, Logistics Planner, Production manager, Production Planner, Marketing Manager and all close position relation with management logistics as well as who just want knowing development lastly Supply Chain Management.

Outline Training
Introduction to Supply Chain
  1. Principles of Supply Chain Management: Supply chain management
  2. Basic concept of Demand Chain, Value Chain, and Supply Chain: Supply chain management
  3. SCM Scope Management: Supply chain management
  4. Supply Chain Performance Strategy & Organization Objective
  5. Fundamental Components and Strategy of the Supply Chain Process: mapping supply chain process
  6. Relationship among Purchasing, Production, Logistics, and Marketing: Customer and Supplier Relationship
  7. Theory of Constraints (TOC) for Supply Chain Management
  8. Push versus Pull Strategy and Supply Strategy Typology
  9. Internal Supply Chain Strategy Audits and External Supply Chain Strategy
  10. Supply Chain Process and Trade Offs
  11. System of Supply Chain Information
  12. Supply Chain Model & Level
  13. Supply Chain Strategy & Performance: Supply chain performance metrics + Improvement identification
  14. Customer Service Goal of Supply Chain Management: Customer and Supplier Relationship
  15. Customer Service Elements and Customer Service Strategy in a Supply Chain: Customer and Supplier Relationship
Supply Demand Management
  1. Instrument of Forecast Demand Management
  2. Forecasting vs Demand Management
  3. Demand management Instrument
  4. Sales and Operation Planning and Collaborative Planning Forecasting Replenishment: collaborative planning
Supply Chain Risk Management
  1. Identifying Supply Chain Instabilities and Risks (Internal supply chain risks, PESTLE risks, Inventory and financial risks, Disruption and security risks, Procurement and logistics risks
  2. Understanding the Risk Spiral, Reducing Supply Chain Risk, Consequences, Outcomes (Analyzing the key drivers of risk, improving visibility and reducing variability, maintaining velocity, Restoring confidence, Enabling agility and synchronicity in supply chain
  3. Using Risk Management Tools and Techniques, Risk mitigation matrix and options, Risk management principles
  4. Evaluation and prioritization of risks
  5. Contingency and risk management planning
Inventory in Supply Chain
  • Inventory and Supply Chain Competitiveness
  • Inventory Turnover (Ito), Inventory Days of Supply, Service Level/Fill Rate, Record Accuracy
  • Inventory Cost Reduction
  • System Controls & Tools in Inventory Classification & Measurement
  • Strategic Inventory Model
  • Vendor Managed Inventory: collaborative planning
  • Distortion Information & Bullwhip Effect: Simulation bullwhip effect
Procurement in Supply Chain Management
  • Procurement and Supply Chain Competitiveness
  • Strategic Procurement Process
  • Supplier Selection and Evaluation
  • Supplier Relations Management
  • Supplier Collaboration & Improvement
Distribution and transportation
  • Fundamental Functions of Distribution and Transportation Management
  • Strategies and methods innovative in management distribution and transportation
  • Management fashion transportation, routes and schedules
The role of technology Information in Supply Chain
  • Issue in IT development in Supply Chain
  • IT Infrastructure and Standardization
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