iscom361 | undergraduate
Purchasing And Procurement
This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks This course is available as part of a degree or certificate program. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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- Explain the importance of transportation and third-party logistics.
- Analyze the negotiation process.
The Purchasing Process
- Evaluate purchasing and procurement elements.
- Differentiate between the purchasing of capital goods and non-capital goods.
- Explain types of purchasing policies and procedures.
- Describe how technology facilitates the purchasing process.
Developing a Purchasing Strategy
- Explain concepts of purchasing and supply measurements and measurement systems.
- Analyze how future trends may impact current supply chain strategies.
- Evaluate theroles of ethics and law in supply management.
Purchasing and the Organization
- Evaluate the relationship between internal operations and purchasing decisions.
- Explain how supply management achieves internal and external integration.
- Explain how to integrate supply management goals with corporate objectives.
- Explain the role of supplier evaluation.
- Determine best methods for reducing costs.
- Summarize the characteristics of commodity markets.
- Identify challenges unique to buying for resale.
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