iscom385 | undergraduate
Inventory And Materials Management
This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Inventory Management Concepts and Models
- Formulate an inventory management model to support current supply chain requirements.
- Determine best practices for applying inventory management concepts.
- Contrast inventory management models used to support various industries and commodities.
Inventory Management Impact on Stakeholders
- Determine supplier effectiveness in accordance with inventory optimization processes and business needs.
- Illustrate customer satisfaction outcomes in relation to inventory control methodologies.
- Assess best practices for sharing inventory data with business partners, suppliers, and customers.
Inventory Management Effectiveness and Continuous Improvement
- Design an inventory control scorecard to identify weaknesses in the inventory management system.
- Generate an inventory control continuous improvement plan.
- Analyze the impact of technology on inventory control effectiveness.
Inventory Management Strategies
- Evaluate current inventory management trends that have resulted from globalization.
- Assess lean management strategies and their effect on inventory management.
- Recommend strategies to drive inventory management decision-making throughout all points of the supply chain.
Global Logistics Impact on Inventory Management
- Justify inventory management policies to meet dynamic global logistics trends.
- Predict future global logistics trends and their impact on inventory management practices.
- Design an inventory plan that will support inventory localization and availability.
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