Supply Chain Management Concepts and Principles Workshop on CDDonn J. Novotny and Marcia Pasquarella
Level of TOC knowledge acquired:Introductory
Designed for:Consultants, Implementers, Managers, Shop Floor workers, Business owners, Executives and Project Managers
Topics:Supply Chain, Distribution, Finance and Measurements, Operations/Production and Ongoing Improvement
Application:Drum-Buffer-Rope, Pull System/Replenishment, Throughput Accounting and Five Focusing Steps
The workshop introduces to the basics of managing a supply chain using constraints management.
Topics include the process of identifying the constraints (internal and external) of supply chain, chain performance and flow concepts, the core problems and basic solutions for different links in a supply chain, and the dilemma of supply chains—holding too much inventory versus too little inventory.
- Give participants a basic familiarity with the theory of constraints view of supply chain management
- Enable participants to judge the applicability of the supply chain concepts to their world
- Provide some basic practical concepts that participants can immediately apply and benefit from