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APICS Risk Management Seminar
Los Angeles, CA | May 17, 2018
The world of supply chain is complex and ever-changing. Organizations must be careful or they may leave their supply chains vulnerable to a series of risks. Is proactive risk management a top agenda item for your organization?
The APICS Supply Chain Risk Management seminar provides participants with a glimpse of the global supply chain risk landscape. Definitions of risk management and new techniques and tactics to mitigate risk are discussed, along with profiles of early adopters of risk management.
Participants will learn to:
■Mitigate global supply chain risk
■Leverage the heat map tool to assess risk within your supply chain
■Use business continuity planning
■Create a resilient supply chain
■Manage political uncertainty and risk considerationsAttendees will receive 7 core contact hours toward the APICS Risk Management education certificate. By earning this certificate, you demonstrate your commitment to protecting your organization from supply chain risk and your ability to balance rewards and risks in the decision-making process.
This is a not-to-be-missed opportunity to develop your skills and improve your organization!
When: March 15, 2018
Where: Chicago, IL
The APICS Principles and Practices of Demand Management seminar is designed to assist both beginning and experienced demand planners to acquire a firm understanding of the principles and functions of forecasting and customer and demand management. The seminar provides an in-depth discussion of how to create effective forecasts and the various types of standard forecasting models available to today’s demand planner.
Where/When: Dallas-Fort Worth, TX - February 22, 2018
Distribution and logistics professionals face the critical challenge of running nimble, efficient processes in an era of unprecedented change. The APICS Principles of Distribution and Logistics seminar is appropriate for both beginning and experienced individuals.
Attend this seminar to learn how to:
■Use "push" and "pull" inventory replenishment in a multi-echelon environment
■Integrate new technologies to your distribution channels
■Be mindful of sustainability and “green” issues
■and much more!By the conclusion of the seminar, attendees will have a clear knowledge of the fundamentals of distribution and logistics functions and objectives.
Only 1 month remains to take advantage of this opportunity! Register today to save your seat.