iCognitive Supply Chain Risk Management Workshop Singapore

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Join our Supply Chain Workshop in Singapore to Identify, Measure, Analyse, Prioritize and Prevent SC Risk Management...Support and develop risk management strategies and risks management plan and Familiarize yourself to the Supply Chain Risks Management Best Practices. More information info@icognitive.com

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iCognitive Supply Chain Risk Management Workshop Singapore

  1. 1. (PhD, MBA, MSc, Beng) John Paul is an expert in Supply Chain Management and Operational Improvement for manufacturing and services. Since 2003, he runs iCognitive international, prior to iCognitive, from 1997 to 2003, John Paul has been working for SIMTech (Singapore Institute of Manufacturing Technology) He successfully started and developed the Supply Chain Management Research Center aiming to support regional SMEs, PLEs and MNCs in their Supply Chain improvement strategies, such as Philips CFT, Stamford Press, Sony, Venture manufacturing, PETRONAS Oil Business, MINDEF’. He is currently an associate professor of the Bordeaux School of management (France)… Book Publications in French and Mandarin (Chinese ISBN 978-7-5047-3605-5) Workshop Supply Chain Risk Management 25 & 26 July iCognitive Singapore For more information please contact us at info@icognitive.com – or call +65 6325 2810 or visit our website www.icognitive.com Course Leader: Pr. John Paul Safeguarding your Supply Chain from threats in an increasingly uncertain world This 2 day workshop on 25 & 26 July in Singapore is designed to support purchasing procurement, buyers, imports & exporters, operations, in-ventory planning, supply chain and logistics managers identify the weakest links (internal and external) in the entire Supply Chain and develop strategies to build a more robust system. This is important especially in the after-math of the disasters in Bangladesh, Arab countries, Japan, Thailand, Indonesia etc that saw disruptions in many Supply Chains when suppliers could not meet companies’ requirements. Proactive management is required to avoid future breakdown in the production system and logistics network. Objectives:  To identify, measure, evaluate and prioritize potential risk events  Support and develop risk management strategies and risks management plan  Familiarize yourself to Supply Chain Risks Management Best Practices Benefits:  Mitigate risks and improve your responsiveness to your customers  Establish clear risk management strategy  Higher customer level and efficient supply management  Minimize unnecessary costs of your Supply Chain Register Now

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