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  • It involves the responsibility of ensuring that business operations are efficient in terms of using as little resources as needed, and effective in terms of meeting customer requirements.Value additions & NVA
  • 1. Purchasing refers to a business or organization attempting for acquiring goods or services to accomplish the goals of the enterprise procurement typically includes Expediting, Supplier Quality, and Traffic and Logistics (T&L) in addition to Purchasing.Acquisition Process-Selection of Bidders-Bidding Process-Technical evaluation-Commercial evaluation-Negotiating-order processing2. Vendor development is a techniques by which OEM's train their supplier or provide technical support to them to achieve certian level of quality in their product3.Vendor Management is the management and control, by an entity, of those third parties that supply goods and/ or services to that entity.4. Logistics is the management of the flow of materials and services between the point of origin and the point of use in order to meet the requirements of customers or corporationsLogistics involves the integration of information, transportation, inventory, warehousing, material handling, and packaging, and often securityIt adds value of time and place utility5. A Store manager is the person ultimately responsible for the day-to-day operations (or management) of a retail store (Visual merchandising and inventory control)6. Inventory Mgmt - lead time, carrying costs of inventory, asset management, inventory forecasting, inventory valuation, inventory visibility, future inventory price forecasting, physical inventory, available physical space for inventory7. QA – RFT & Fitness for prupose assure the minimum std of quality is delivered8. QM - Quality management can be considered to have three main components: quality control, quality assurance and quality improvement9. Warehouse Mgmt-  including receiving, putaway& Storage, picking & packing, shipping, order processing, workforce mgmt10. DRP- Systematic process for determining which goods, in whatquantity, at which location, and when are required inmeeting anticipated demand-
  • Supply Chain Integrator- Detailed knowledge of ERP, SAP, MRP II/ DRP, S & OP, Supply PlanningSupply chain manager – planning, communication, cost reduction, process improvement, vendor managementProduction planner- Production Scheduling, SupervisionQuality Analyst – Process improvement, quality assurance & control, cost control & cost reduction Safety,
  • ASTL- American Society for Transportation & LogisticsPLS - Professional Designation in Logistics and Supply Chain ManagementCTL - Certified in Transportation and Logistics DLP - Distinguished Logistics Professional (DLP)Global Logistics Associate (GLA) - offered through Employ Florida Banner Center for Logistics and Distribution
  • *Related business experience: APICS defines “related business experience” as work that is directly connected to some aspect of the supply chain. This can include raw materials extraction, transportation and logistics, procurement, manufacturing, warehousing, distribution, retail, customer service, software design and support, and other areas that directly affect the supply chain. Workers who operate transportation or materials moving equipment or machines or processing equipment that require an intermediate level of training would qualify. Managers, officials, professionals, technicians, sales personnel, quality and quality control personnel, and skilled craft workers will generally be considered eligible
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    • 1. MBA- OPERATIONS (2011-2013)
    • 2. Operations Manager Roles In Industry Pre-requisite Skills Operations@ PUMBA? Certifications Introduction Introduction to OPs Roles Skills Ops in PUMBA Certifications
    • 3. WHAT IT IS? Efficient Way Effective Manner Opportunities on-board Introduction
    • 4.  80% production related activities  Manufacturing sector contributes 28% of India’s GDP  Core Industry  Few competitors  High opportunities for FDI  India : Another Manufacturing hub for AUTOMOBILE WHY? Introduction
    • 5.  For ENGINEERS  Mechanical  Production  Electrical/E&TC  Production/Manufacturing orientation  Engineering/Core Knowledge  Pharma Background  IT background (with inclination towards ERP related profiles)  That’s not all, What matters is the INTEREST & ATTITUDE to work in Challenging Environment…!!! FOR WHOM? Introduction
    • 6. WHAT’S IN? Vendors / Suppliers •Purchasing •Vendor Development •Vendor Management •Inbound Logistics Store / Materials •Store Management •Inventory Control •QA & Inspection Manufacturing/ Assembly •PPC • Plant Operations • Quality Management Outbound Logistics •Warehouse Management •DRP •Dispatch •Transportatio n Customer •CRM •Techno- commercial Deals ERP, Back-office Operations Management, Project Management, Business Analyst & Consultants, Supply Chain Analyst Introduction
    • 7. PROFILES/ROLES TO LOOK FOR Purchase Manager/ Procurement Professional Material Manager (MRP) Production Planner Quality Professional Global Sourcing Manager Process Planner Business Analyst Demand Planner Supply Chain Integrator Logistics & Dispatch Manager ERP Consultant Logistic Coordinator Introduction Roles
    • 8. SKILLS / PRE-REQUISITES  MS Office  MS Project  Prima Vera  SAP, Baan – ERP database related  Scheduling Software  Must Read Books:  The Goal  Beyond The Goal  Critical Chain- Eliyahu Goldratt  The Toyota Way- Dr. Jeffrey Liker Introduction Roles Skills
    • 9.  TARGETS  100% attendance  Lectures Inputs  “O/A” Grade  Projects  Research Activities – Somewhat YES/NO WHAT IN PUMBA?  OPERATIONS SYLLABUS Basics of Operations Management PPC L & SCM Technology Management TQM SMOM Project Management QT/IT World Class Manufacturing Introduction Roles Skills Ops in PUMBA
    • 10.  Production Planning and Control  CPIM  SCM  CSCP  Logistics & Transportations  ASTL  Project Management  CAPM  PMP  Quality  Six Sigma – Yellow, Green, Black CERTIFICATIONS Introduction Roles Skills Ops in PUMBA Certifications
    • 11.  Certified Production and Inventory Management  Rs.13000  APICS  4 times annually  CPIM Ingredients  BSCM  MPR  DSP  ECO  SMR  KNOWERX  www.imrmi.com  pune@knowerx.com PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT - CPIM Introduction Roles Skills Ops in PUMBA Certifications
    • 12.  ASTL  Transportation and Logistics  Certifications: 1. PLS 2. CTL 3. DLP 4. GLA  Rs. 11000 Source: www.astl.org ASTL Introduction Roles Skills Ops in PUMBA Certifications
    • 13. CSCP Eligibility  To be eligible to register for the APICS CSCP exam, an individual must meet one of the following criteria: 1. CPIM, CFPIM, CIRM, or C.P.M. designation plus two years of related business experience*, or 2. Bachelor’s degree or equivalent** plus two years of related business experience, or 3. Five years of related business experience  Rs. 40000  One Time Exam – 2 Sessions Source: www.apics.org Introduction Roles Skills Ops in PUMBA Certifications
    • 14.  YELLOW BELT  GREEN BELT  BLACK BELT  INSTITUTES  Institute of Statistics  Six Sigma Management Institute Source: www.asq.org SIX SIGMA Introduction Roles Skills Ops in PUMBA Certifications
    • 15. PMP  Important industry-recognized certification for project managers.  Eligibility: 4 year degree + 3 years of experience + Project management education. OR Diploma + 5 years of experience + Project management education. Introduction Roles Skills Ops in PUMBA Certifications
    • 16. PMP CONT.  PMP exam fees: USD 450 or USD 555.  Exams conducted everyday by Prometric.  Passing statistics: 60%  Maintaining PMP: Acquire 60 PDUs per 3 year cycle. Introduction Roles Skills Ops in PUMBA Certifications
    • 17. CAPM  Entry-level certification for project practitioners.  Eligibility: Diploma AND 1500 hours of experience OR 23 hours of Project management education. Introduction Roles Skills Ops in PUMBA Certifications
    • 18. CAPM CONT.  CAPM exam fees: USD 450 or USD 555.  Exams conducted everyday by Prometric.  Passing statistics: 60%  Maintaining CAPM: Take exam at the end of 5 year certification cycle. Introduction Roles Skills Ops in PUMBA Certifications
    • 19. WELCOME IN PUMBA!!!