Examine in turn strategies for West and East Europe, the Far East and North America.
Identify the key strategic role of logistics in the long-term plans of major companies, and how it's recognized as a vital part of every organization.
Gain a comprehensive overview of logistics, which is included in all the activities related to the supply chain from initial suppliers through to final customers.
Gain a wealth of useful ideas and practical information on all the current and future trends in logistics and distribution.
Define new insights into the most significant aspects of logistics, including: developments in logistics, supply chain strategies, and lean logistics
This course will mainly benefit to purchasing managers, senior buyers, project managers, civil engineers, construction managers, contractors, sub-contractors, site engineers, senior management, and government agencies, architects, construction professionals, and anyone responsible for purchasing at a senior level who seeks to enhance their skills further.
Formulating a Logistic Strategy
Towards a strategic view of supply chain management
Changing scope and direction: managing the supply chain
New directions in logistics
Future trends in supply chain management
Formulating logistics strategy
Beyond supply chain integration: Opportunities for competitive advantage
Thinking strategically about supply chain management
Implementing the Strategy
Judging the performance of supply chain management
Retail supply chain integration
Time compression in the supply chain
Supply chain process re-engineering and enterprise applications
The outsourcing of logistical activities
The new approach to distribution
Training in logistics
Can efficient logistics reduce transport energy demand?
Logistics in city centers: A planning and policy dilemma
Developing global logistics
The internationalization of logistics in the UK
Developments in Western European logistics strategies
Logistics strategies for central and eastern Europe
Logistics strategies for North America
Route-to-Market for Western consumer goods in Asia