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Project Management for Supply Chain
 

Achieving improvements and benefits through managing the business change

25 - 26 August 2014 (Jakarta) and 28 - 29 August 2014 (Singapore)

Why should you attend?

This course is designed for professionals who plan or expect changes within their departments and want to stay in control of those changes. Sound project management provides managers and directors of a project with controllable use of resources and the ability to manage business and project risks more effectively. It also provides them with formal recognition of responsibilities within a project and focuses on what a project is to deliver, why, when, how and for whom.

  • Focus on business case justification and continuous improvement
  • Defined organisation structure for the project management team with clear responsibilities
  • Emphasis on dividing the project into manageable and controllable stages to protect the investment
  • Flexibility that can be applied at a level appropriate to the project


Key Benefits:

This workshop will explain the best practices of Project Management Methods shown on real-life Supply Chain Project Case Study and demonstrate their application and benefits.

  • Designed by professional with more than 10 years of experience in managing projects (not just theory)
  • Layered with group activities and discussions to foster stronger understanding and retention of materials covered during workshops
  • Contains practical information such as how to setup the project without making it fail right at the beginning, how to choose the right project manager, tips and tricks from the “battle field”
  • The workshop will explain what a Project Board member should expect from Project Manager and vice versa
  • Learn the tough questions that Project Manager should be able to answer if the project is managed well
  • 60 days post–workshop support via phone/email on workshop covered materials / topics


Who should attend?

CEOs, COOs, EDs, Directors, SVPs, VPs, General Managers, Senior Managers, Managers of:

  • Supply Chain Management
  • Operations Management
  • Strategic Planning
  • Demand Planning Management
  • Brand Management
  • Finance
  • Project Management Department
  • S&OP Process
  • Retail Management
  • Trade Marketing / Sales Strategy
  • Marketing
  • IT Management
  • Data Warehousing / Business Intelligence

 

   
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