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Executive Education- Sustainability

Logistics & Supply Chain Management
(November 28, 2024)

Logistics & Supply Chain Management
(November 28, 2024)

28 November 2024

Date

9.00 am - 5.00 pm

Time

RM 2,500

Program Fee

In-Person

Format

28 November 2024

Date

9.00 am - 5.00 pm

Time

RM2,500.00

Program Fee

In-Person

Format

In today’s world, everything we encounter flows through intricate supply chains—products rarely originate and reach consumers in the same location simultaneously.

The COVID-19 pandemic exposed vulnerabilities, disrupting raw material flows and labor availability, while businesses faced immense pressure to cut costs and enhance service, particularly in global operations and emerging markets.

Experienced supply chain managers are scarce, leaving many businesses unprepared for crises. Our program offers a comprehensive view of supply chain management, addressing logistics challenges with practical solutions.

Learn to design and lead integrated supply chain operations, develop performance metrics, and customize strategies to fit diverse product and service needs. Ideal for supply chain, logistics, and procurement managers looking to boost their skills and confidence, it’s also valuable for professionals new to supply chains or in related fields like finance or marketing.

Expect a dynamic, action-oriented experience that challenges your assumptions and unlocks a world of opportunities within supply chain management. Don’t just adapt—thrive with our strategic insights.

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  • What is Supply Chain Management and why it matters
  • Designing supply chain for Push and pull systems
  • Supply chain segmentation
  • Handing demand Uncertainty in Supply Chains
  • Pooling, postponement, and other inventory deployment strategies
  • Understanding Inventory Types and relevant Costs, Economic order Quantity and establishing Inventory Policy
  • How to manage a supply chain avoiding common functional pitfalls with a systems approach
  • Directors, Managers responsible for sales and operations planning
  • Functional counterparts to supply chain working in finance, information systems, manufacturing and marketing
  • Mid to senior-level managers and directors who to learn supply chain processes and best practices
  • Senior Executives responsible for supply chain strategy, procurement, planning, distribution and / or transportation

Asad Ata

Faculty Profile

Dr. Asad Ata is an Associate Professor II of Operations and Supply Chain Management at the Asia School of Business. His primary areas of research include sustainable sourcing and supply chain management. Dr. Asad has worked full-time in the industry for over 12 years on various supply chain IT, telecom, and e-commerce projects.

He has also worked extensively with food and agricultural supply chains with multinational corporations, NGOs, government organizations, and agencies such as the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and SWIFT.

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Logistics & Supply Chain Management
(November 28, 2024)

RM 2,500

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