Unless the End customer has bought, no one in the supply chain have really sold
Success of a Supply Chain depends on each link’s ability to cater to market demands in a reliable manner without choking the system with excess inventory.
Traditionally, stocking levels in a distribution network relies heavily on forecasts which in the current demand scenario may lead to either less or excess inventory.
Also ordering polices like Min-Max level, Re-Order Level etc. have their own limitations.
TOC Replenishment model can help organizations gain the above decisive competitive edge , by the market knowing that the company’s product availability are highly reliable with less inventory being held and the whole supply chain is operating on a much robust ordering / replenishment mechanism thereby responsiveness to market is increased manifolds.
|1||Over view of Theory of constraints||30|
|2||Distribution Management – Challenges, Current Paradigm||60|
|3||Simulation of current problems & environment||60|
|4||TOC Insights into Distribution: Pull based Replenishment Solution||150|
|Current reality (What to change?)|
|Solution details (What to change to?)|
|Implementation steps (How to cause the change?)|
|Case study discussions|
|5||Demonstration of distribution paradigm: Beer Game||60|
|6||Assessment Quiz (Concepts & methodology)||15|