– Quick Tips & Tricks –
Thursday, 13 October 2011
Hotel Bidakara, Jl. Jend. Gatot Soebroto, Jakarta
Most people are entrusted with inventory management responsibility
without the benefit of proper training and hands-on exposure into the
complexities of managing inventory. On the other hand, seasoned inventory
management practitioners have used time-tested methods that utilize
quantitative methods as well as leading practices to tackle inventory
This one-day workshop is not a typical inventory management workshop.
It is a group-live session designed for people who want to take an aggressive,
hands-on approach to dealing with their inventory challenges.
Participants should have at least one year of experience working in an
inventory-related area as a prerequisite.
one-day, you will learn quick tricks and tips on the following:
Viewing inventory both as an asset & a
Scope of inventory management – Strategy,
Control, Deployment &Cost
Quantitative approaches to inventory control
Safety Stock and Reorder Point
Handling Uncertain Demand
Common Inventory Scenarios/Issues
Inventory Cost Impact of Quantity Discounts
Inventory Cost Impact of Change in Source of
Inventory Cost Impact of Change in Transport Mode
In the afternoon, the workshop leader will take participants through
an inventory management simulation game that realistically portray a real
supply chain with uncertainties e.g. delay, damage to order quantity, quality
problems, etc. These uncertainties impact inventory decisions and participants
will learn (by actually doing) how to overcome challenges.
Ramlee Ibrahim, Ph.D.
Ramlee is no stranger to the Indonesian logistics fraternity having
been an associate of ALI for the past 8 years. He has tutored and coached more
than 1,000 logistics professionals in Indonesia alone. He has led several
global supply chain transformations and is a recognized expert in supply chain
design and in developing and executing strategic operational initiatives
involving complex manufacturing and distribution operations. He has been with
companies like NOL, Energizer, ICI and Guess. He has also helped global giants
like Dell, Singapore Airlines, and Petronas, among others in transforming their
respective supply chains. He holds a Ph.D in Industrial Engineering from Rice,
an MBA from Wharton, all APICS certifications and is both a Certified Six Sigma
Master Black Belt and a Certified SCOR Professional.
Rp. 500.000 per participant (Limited to 2 participants from each
The Investment include lunches, refreshments and training materials
INFORMATION AND REGISTRATION
Asosiasi Logistik Indonesia
Ph. 021- 386 3936 / 9278 7097 (Elsa / Meta)