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Advance Program in Supply Chain Management in Digitalized Economy with IIT ROORKEE

Join, the 12-Month program to upgrade your SCM skills this new-age of Digitalization.

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Supply Chain Management 4.0

Supply Chain Management plays a vital role in maintaining a balance between supply and demand. The biggest stress on business during the Covid-19 pandemic has been on Supply Chain. The supply chain managers and leaders in both servicing & manufacturing sector have been battling physical disruptions and the unexpected lockdowns have affected the timely delivery of goods. Supply chain management as an area of study has completely transformed post pandemic in the new world. Therefore, the supply chain managers are using Digital and Automation to bridge the gap between demand and supply .
On that note, ImaginXP invites you to join our Results-Driven -Advance Program in Supply Chain Management in Digitalized Economy in association with IIT Roorkee.

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Become relevant in this new-age industry!

The recent pandemic disruption has transformed the overall SCM ecosystem, making it a key to the success of businesses in today’s digitalized economy. The Professional Certification in Supply Chain Management and Analytics has been designed in collaboration with DoMS and E-learning Centre, IIT Roorkee and industry leaders to provide a cutting-edge experience to candidates who wish to enter the operations and supply chain industry.
Supply Chain Analytics enables management to make data-driven decisions at strategic, operational, and tactical levels. In the Supply Chain Management field, there is a shortage of professionals with process and analytics talents. This certification gets you ready for high-demand job roles such as Demand Planner, Data Scientist, Supply Planner, and Supply and Operations Planner.
86% of the skillset in supply chain needs additional education. 45% more jobs in the supply chain for new roles and skills in the near future!

  • 1. Introducing Supply Chain Management 7

    • Lecture1.1
      1. Core Supply Chain processes: Customer Management Processes, Demand Management Processes (Balances the customers’ requirements with the firm’s capabili�es and capacity (S&OP), Order Fulfillment Processes (Integrates manufacturing, logis�cs, and marke�ng plans), Manufacturing Flow Management Processes, Supplier Rela�onship Management Processes, New Product Development Processes, Reverse Logis�cs Processes
    • Lecture1.2
      2. Supply Chain Structure Design: Push, pull, postponement,
    • Lecture1.3
      3. Supply Chain complexity- Alignment with Demand and Supply Uncertainty, Bull whip effect, reducing variability and buffering against variability, Handling uncertainty, tools for iden�fying causes of variability and improving supply chain capability
    • Lecture1.4
      4. Evaluang supply chain network strategy: capacity, technology, translang supply chain decisions into financial terms – Total Landed Cost, Total Cost of Ownership, Discounted cash flow analysis
    • Lecture1.5
      5. Informaon flow design: a) Working with suppliers: procurement, aucons, risk sharing b) Coordinating manufacturing: producon planning, BOM, MRP/DRP c) Collabora�ng with customers: aggregate planning, S&OP, bullwhip
    • Lecture1.6
      6.Risk & Resilience Development in Supply Chains
    • Lecture1.7
      a) Causes and Classificaton of Disrupons b) Responses and Preparaon c) Resilience through redundancy, flexibility, trade-off curve between recovery and mi�ga�on strategies
  • 2. Supply Chain Performance 4

    • Lecture2.1
      1. Compeve and Supply Chain strategies
    • Lecture2.2
      2. To achieve strategic fit
    • Lecture2.3
      3. To fix the scope of strategic fit and its expansion
    • Lecture2.4
      4. Challenges in sustaining strategic fit
  • 3. Supply Chain Drivers 3

    • Lecture3.1
      1. Impellers of Supply chain
    • Lecture3.2
      2. Drivers and their framework for supply chain performance
    • Lecture3.3
      • Facilies • Inventory • Transportation • Information • Sourcing • Pricing • Infrastructure
  • 4. Basics of Data analytics 5

    • Lecture4.1
      Use of Excel to perform variety of data analysis tasks like data wrangling and data mining
    • Lecture4.2
      Create various charts and plots in excel
    • Lecture4.3
      Visualize data using Python libraries
    • Lecture4.4
      Develop working knowledge of Python language for analyzing data using Python libraries like Pandas and Numpy
    • Lecture4.5
      Describe data ecosystem and compose queries to access data in cloud database using SQL and Python from jupyter notebooks
  • Designing Distribution Network 5

    • Lecture5.1
      Role of Distribution in the Supply Chain
    • Lecture5.2
      Models for facility location and capacity allocation
    • Lecture5.3
      Factors influencing distribution network design
    • Lecture5.4
      Framework for network design decisions
    • Lecture5.5
      The impact of uncertainty on network design
  • 6. Designing Global supply Chain Networks 5

    • Lecture6.1
      Impact of Globalization on SC networks
    • Lecture6.2
      The offshoring Decision: Total cost
    • Lecture6.3
      Discounted Cash Flows
    • Lecture6.4
      Use of Decision Tree for evaluatng network designs
    • Lecture6.5
      Evaluation of Global Supply Chain Design decisions under uncertainty leading to onshore or offshore
  • 7. Demand Forecasting 6

    • Lecture7.1
      Role of forecasting in Supply Chain
    • Lecture7.2
      Time Series Forecasting
    • Lecture7.3
      Characteristics of Forecasts
    • Lecture7.4
      forecasting Error Measures
    • Lecture7.5
      Components of Forecast and forecasting Methods
    • Lecture7.6
      Selecting smoothing constant
  • Aggregate Planning in SC 5

    • Lecture8.1
      Role of aggregate planning in a supply chain
    • Lecture8.2
      Use of Rough Master production schedule
    • Lecture8.3
      Aggregate planning strategies
    • Lecture8.4
      Strategies for managing supply and demand
    • Lecture8.5
      Aggregate planning using linear programming (Use of Excel, TORA etc)
  • 9. Coordination in supply chain 6

    • Lecture9.1
      Lack of supply chain coordination and the bullwhip effect
    • Lecture9.2
      Managerial levers to achieve coordina�on
    • Lecture9.3
      Effect on performance
    • Lecture9.4
      Continuous replenishment and VMI
    • Lecture9.5
      CPFR (Collaborative Planning, Forecasting & Replenishment)
    • Lecture9.6
      Obstacles to coordination in a supply chain
  • 10.Managing Inventory in SC 7

    • Lecture10.1
      Economic Order Quantity models- sensitivity, non-instantaneous lead me, quantity discounts, concept of back orders
    • Lecture10.2
      Single period inventory models – critical rao, expected profit, expected units short
    • Lecture10.3
      Continuous review policy(S,Q) model & Periodic review policy (R,S) model using performance metrics (cycle service level and item fill rate) and stockout cost metrics (cost per stockout event and cost per item short)
    • Lecture10.4
      Special issues- exchange curves, grouping like items, local on pooling
    • Lecture10.5
      Aggregating multiple products in a s ingle order
    • Lecture10.6
      Managing multiechelon Cycle inventory
    • Lecture10.7
      Short term discounting
  • 11. Managing Uncertainty in supply Chain 4

    • Lecture11.1
      Concept of Safety Inventory
    • Lecture11.2
      Factors affecting the level of safety inventory
    • Lecture11.3
      To determine the appropriate level of safety inventory
    • Lecture11.4
      Impact of supply uncertainty on safety inventory
  • 12. Deciding product availability level in supply chain 6

    • Lecture12.1
      The importance of the level of product availability
    • Lecture12.2
      Factors affecting optimal level of product availability
    • Lecture12.3
      Seeng product availability for multiple products under capacity constraints
    • Lecture12.4
      Optmising availability of MRO inventories
    • Lecture12.5
      Calculations related to expected profit from an order, expected overstock from an order, expected understock from an order
    • Lecture12.6
      Simulaton using spreadsheets
  • 13. Transportation in supply chain 6

    • Lecture13.1
      Mode of transportation and their performance characteristics
    • Lecture13.2
      Trade off in transportation design
    • Lecture13.3
      Transportation infrastructure and policies
    • Lecture13.4
      Tailored transportation
    • Lecture13.5
      Role of IT in transportation
    • Lecture13.6
      Design options for a transportation network
  • 14 Sourcing in a supply chain 8

    • Lecture14.1
      Role of sourcing in a supply chain
    • Lecture14.2
      Supplier selection- auctions and negotiations
    • Lecture14.3
      In House or outsource?
    • Lecture14.4
      Sharing risk and reward in the supply Chain
    • Lecture14.5
      3PL
    • Lecture14.6
      Impact of incentives in outsourcing
    • Lecture14.7
      Total cost of ownership
    • Lecture14.8
      Designing a sourcing portfolio
  • 15. Pricing and revenue management 4

    • Lecture15.1
      Role of pricing and revenue management in a supply chain
    • Lecture15.2
      Pricing and revenue management for multiple customer segment
    • Lecture15.3
      Pricing and revenue management for seasonal demand
    • Lecture15.4
      Pricing and revenue management for bulk and spot contracts
  • 16. Blockchain in Supply Chain 4

    • Lecture16.1
      Introduction of blockchain
    • Lecture16.2
      Criteria for evaluation and adoption
    • Lecture16.3
      Benefits of blockchain in supply chain
    • Lecture16.4
      Key levers for blockchain in supply chain
  • 17. Advance topics such as sustainability in supply chain, Circular supply chain, and Lean and Agile supply chains 5

    • Lecture17.1
      Role of sustainability in a supply chain
    • Lecture17.2
      Use of six sigma in supply chain
    • Lecture17.3
      Closed loop supply chain
    • Lecture17.4
      How to make supply chain flexible and agile
    • Lecture17.5
      Application of lean concepts in supply chain

Job Opportunities

  1. Data Scientist
  2. Demand Planer
  3. Supply Operation planer
  4. Supply Planer

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Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Roorkee is one of the foremost institutes that provide higher technological education and in Engineering, Basic, Science, and Applied Research. The Institute ranks amongst the best technological institutions in the world and has contributed to all sectors of technological development. It has also been considered a trend-setter in the area of education and research in the field of science, technology, and engineering.
IIT Roorkee has secured Rank 1st in the National Institute Ranking Framework, (NIRF) India Rankings 2021 for the Architecture category. Since its establishment, the Institute has played a vital role in providing the technical manpower and works with the vision of contributing first-class education on a high professional standard.

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    Why should I pursue a Supply Chain Management Course in 2022?

    Studying a supply chain management course empowers you to understand the ins and outs of managing your business effectively. It provides one with many opportunities in diverse roles. One can never have a stagnant day as a supply chain manager. As the global economy continues to grow, in terms of consumption and manufacturing, the demand for supply chain managers continues to rise exponentially. Moreover, people with a knack for trending skills and technologies that can handle data are in even better positions. It also offers many opportunities to advance in your career. A career in SCM offers you the satisfaction of seeing tangible outcomes of your efforts. The nature of the job also gives you ample opportunities to travel globally and improve your services. Above all, with all the advantages and benefits, at the end of the day, it gives you a sense of immense personal satisfaction.

    Why should I do a SCM Course with you?

    Our SCM Course with IIT Roorkee has been curated to target the evolving nature of the SCM Industry. Companies are now looking for managers who are well equipped with knowledge of trending skills to use to increase profits for the firms. SCM is one industry that has moved leaps forward when it comes to using future tech tools. Digitization has covered every aspect of SCM. To stay ahead with the changing times, one must also upgrade themselves with the knowledge of the current changing techniques. Our course certifies you with Supply chain in Digitalized Economy. You will learn accurate planning, forecasting and sourcing techniques in the digital world through this course. You will also become equipped with supply chain analytics that will enable you to take data-driven decisions at strategic, operational, and tactical levels.

    What is the duration of the SCM Course?

    The Advance Program in Supply Chain Management in Digitalized Economy with IIT ROORKEE is a 12-month program.

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    ImaginXP, with its Future-skill programs in India, is disrupting the Indian Higher Education sector and upskilling professionals with its Industry relevant Programs. You should choose ImaginXP If you are a job aspirant looking to secure your future with skills that can guarantee you long-term employability and a robust career guarantee.
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    • 1. Introducing Supply Chain Management 7

      • Lecture1.1
        1. Core Supply Chain processes: Customer Management Processes, Demand Management Processes (Balances the customers’ requirements with the firm’s capabili�es and capacity (S&OP), Order Fulfillment Processes (Integrates manufacturing, logis�cs, and marke�ng plans), Manufacturing Flow Management Processes, Supplier Rela�onship Management Processes, New Product Development Processes, Reverse Logis�cs Processes
      • Lecture1.2
        2. Supply Chain Structure Design: Push, pull, postponement,
      • Lecture1.3
        3. Supply Chain complexity- Alignment with Demand and Supply Uncertainty, Bull whip effect, reducing variability and buffering against variability, Handling uncertainty, tools for iden�fying causes of variability and improving supply chain capability
      • Lecture1.4
        4. Evaluang supply chain network strategy: capacity, technology, translang supply chain decisions into financial terms – Total Landed Cost, Total Cost of Ownership, Discounted cash flow analysis
      • Lecture1.5
        5. Informaon flow design: a) Working with suppliers: procurement, aucons, risk sharing b) Coordinating manufacturing: producon planning, BOM, MRP/DRP c) Collabora�ng with customers: aggregate planning, S&OP, bullwhip
      • Lecture1.6
        6.Risk & Resilience Development in Supply Chains
      • Lecture1.7
        a) Causes and Classificaton of Disrupons b) Responses and Preparaon c) Resilience through redundancy, flexibility, trade-off curve between recovery and mi�ga�on strategies
    • 2. Supply Chain Performance 4

      • Lecture2.1
        1. Compeve and Supply Chain strategies
      • Lecture2.2
        2. To achieve strategic fit
      • Lecture2.3
        3. To fix the scope of strategic fit and its expansion
      • Lecture2.4
        4. Challenges in sustaining strategic fit
    • 3. Supply Chain Drivers 3

      • Lecture3.1
        1. Impellers of Supply chain
      • Lecture3.2
        2. Drivers and their framework for supply chain performance
      • Lecture3.3
        • Facilies • Inventory • Transportation • Information • Sourcing • Pricing • Infrastructure
    • 4. Basics of Data analytics 5

      • Lecture4.1
        Use of Excel to perform variety of data analysis tasks like data wrangling and data mining
      • Lecture4.2
        Create various charts and plots in excel
      • Lecture4.3
        Visualize data using Python libraries
      • Lecture4.4
        Develop working knowledge of Python language for analyzing data using Python libraries like Pandas and Numpy
      • Lecture4.5
        Describe data ecosystem and compose queries to access data in cloud database using SQL and Python from jupyter notebooks
    • Designing Distribution Network 5

      • Lecture5.1
        Role of Distribution in the Supply Chain
      • Lecture5.2
        Models for facility location and capacity allocation
      • Lecture5.3
        Factors influencing distribution network design
      • Lecture5.4
        Framework for network design decisions
      • Lecture5.5
        The impact of uncertainty on network design
    • 6. Designing Global supply Chain Networks 5

      • Lecture6.1
        Impact of Globalization on SC networks
      • Lecture6.2
        The offshoring Decision: Total cost
      • Lecture6.3
        Discounted Cash Flows
      • Lecture6.4
        Use of Decision Tree for evaluatng network designs
      • Lecture6.5
        Evaluation of Global Supply Chain Design decisions under uncertainty leading to onshore or offshore
    • 7. Demand Forecasting 6

      • Lecture7.1
        Role of forecasting in Supply Chain
      • Lecture7.2
        Time Series Forecasting
      • Lecture7.3
        Characteristics of Forecasts
      • Lecture7.4
        forecasting Error Measures
      • Lecture7.5
        Components of Forecast and forecasting Methods
      • Lecture7.6
        Selecting smoothing constant
    • Aggregate Planning in SC 5

      • Lecture8.1
        Role of aggregate planning in a supply chain
      • Lecture8.2
        Use of Rough Master production schedule
      • Lecture8.3
        Aggregate planning strategies
      • Lecture8.4
        Strategies for managing supply and demand
      • Lecture8.5
        Aggregate planning using linear programming (Use of Excel, TORA etc)
    • 9. Coordination in supply chain 6

      • Lecture9.1
        Lack of supply chain coordination and the bullwhip effect
      • Lecture9.2
        Managerial levers to achieve coordina�on
      • Lecture9.3
        Effect on performance
      • Lecture9.4
        Continuous replenishment and VMI
      • Lecture9.5
        CPFR (Collaborative Planning, Forecasting & Replenishment)
      • Lecture9.6
        Obstacles to coordination in a supply chain
    • 10.Managing Inventory in SC 7

      • Lecture10.1
        Economic Order Quantity models- sensitivity, non-instantaneous lead me, quantity discounts, concept of back orders
      • Lecture10.2
        Single period inventory models – critical rao, expected profit, expected units short
      • Lecture10.3
        Continuous review policy(S,Q) model & Periodic review policy (R,S) model using performance metrics (cycle service level and item fill rate) and stockout cost metrics (cost per stockout event and cost per item short)
      • Lecture10.4
        Special issues- exchange curves, grouping like items, local on pooling
      • Lecture10.5
        Aggregating multiple products in a s ingle order
      • Lecture10.6
        Managing multiechelon Cycle inventory
      • Lecture10.7
        Short term discounting
    • 11. Managing Uncertainty in supply Chain 4

      • Lecture11.1
        Concept of Safety Inventory
      • Lecture11.2
        Factors affecting the level of safety inventory
      • Lecture11.3
        To determine the appropriate level of safety inventory
      • Lecture11.4
        Impact of supply uncertainty on safety inventory
    • 12. Deciding product availability level in supply chain 6

      • Lecture12.1
        The importance of the level of product availability
      • Lecture12.2
        Factors affecting optimal level of product availability
      • Lecture12.3
        Seeng product availability for multiple products under capacity constraints
      • Lecture12.4
        Optmising availability of MRO inventories
      • Lecture12.5
        Calculations related to expected profit from an order, expected overstock from an order, expected understock from an order
      • Lecture12.6
        Simulaton using spreadsheets
    • 13. Transportation in supply chain 6

      • Lecture13.1
        Mode of transportation and their performance characteristics
      • Lecture13.2
        Trade off in transportation design
      • Lecture13.3
        Transportation infrastructure and policies
      • Lecture13.4
        Tailored transportation
      • Lecture13.5
        Role of IT in transportation
      • Lecture13.6
        Design options for a transportation network
    • 14 Sourcing in a supply chain 8

      • Lecture14.1
        Role of sourcing in a supply chain
      • Lecture14.2
        Supplier selection- auctions and negotiations
      • Lecture14.3
        In House or outsource?
      • Lecture14.4
        Sharing risk and reward in the supply Chain
      • Lecture14.5
        3PL
      • Lecture14.6
        Impact of incentives in outsourcing
      • Lecture14.7
        Total cost of ownership
      • Lecture14.8
        Designing a sourcing portfolio
    • 15. Pricing and revenue management 4

      • Lecture15.1
        Role of pricing and revenue management in a supply chain
      • Lecture15.2
        Pricing and revenue management for multiple customer segment
      • Lecture15.3
        Pricing and revenue management for seasonal demand
      • Lecture15.4
        Pricing and revenue management for bulk and spot contracts
    • 16. Blockchain in Supply Chain 4

      • Lecture16.1
        Introduction of blockchain
      • Lecture16.2
        Criteria for evaluation and adoption
      • Lecture16.3
        Benefits of blockchain in supply chain
      • Lecture16.4
        Key levers for blockchain in supply chain
    • 17. Advance topics such as sustainability in supply chain, Circular supply chain, and Lean and Agile supply chains 5

      • Lecture17.1
        Role of sustainability in a supply chain
      • Lecture17.2
        Use of six sigma in supply chain
      • Lecture17.3
        Closed loop supply chain
      • Lecture17.4
        How to make supply chain flexible and agile
      • Lecture17.5
        Application of lean concepts in supply chain
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