Performance Measurements, Continuous Improvement & Benchmarking

Performance Measurements, Continuous Improvement & Benchmarking This course presents a high level appreciation of the features and benefits of three key Performance areas namely; Performance Measurement, Continuous Improvement and Benchmarking. Originally led by Japanese organizations, many International Companies are now leveling the field as performance measurement is seen as vital to quality process management and therefore Shareholder Value. This course will feature: Understanding Performance Measurement How to instigate, prolong and measure Continuous Improvement How to find and decipher the good stuff The vital impact of people on process Running a Benchmarking Project What are the Goals? By the end of this course, participants will be able to: Explain the benefits of Performance Measurement, Continuous Improvement and Benchmarking. Show how these activities play a part in helping their organization perform at a higher level Determine methods for generating and implementing effective performance metrics Use a process improvement methodology back at work Run a benchmarking project more effectively Who is this Course for? This course is applicable to...
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The Complete Course on Inventory Management

The Complete Course on Inventory Management This course will feature: Reduction in inventory investment Improved customer satisfaction Reduced cost of running the inventory management function Understanding inventory categories in management Management of Stock Keeping Units in terms of their priorities By the end of this course, participants will be able to: Understand the importance of inventory & the role it plays in the profitability of the company Examine the most appropriate method for managing an item Understand the value chain in inventory management Apply best methods to optimise the investment in inventory Examine the appropriate inventory management technique for each type of item Participant This course is suitable to a wide range of professionals but will greatly benefit: Those involved in inventory, albeit as supplier, buyer, materials planner, warehousing, finance or even end-customer Professionals and staff in the organization who are responsible for reducing costs, increasing productivity, raising inventory turns and enhancing customer service through high fill rates, accurate information and excellent order fulfillment   Course...
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