Otros Talleres APICS
APICS Lean Enterprise Workshop Series
There are seven workshops in the series:
1. Introduction This workshop will allow you to gain an overview of the many components of implementing a lean transformation in your organization and gauge your organization’s readiness through a hands-on assessment.
2. Lean Culture Explore the effects of a lean implementation on your employees and learn about the importance of teams will be the focus of this workshop. The Kaizen, a team-oriented continuous improvement event, will be introduced in this section.
3. Value Stream Mapping This workshop will teach value stream mapping and its value for viewing processes and determining potential areas of improvement. Tasks will include drawing a current position map and then learning about concepts to help you improve your future position.
4. Stability and Process Improvements Learn how to improve process stability and achieve demand stability and improve manufacturing process efficiencies in this workshop.
5. Just-in-Time Determine customer demand, standard work, line balancing and many other tools to meet customer demand during this important workshop. Participants will explore the use of a heijunka system to meet customer demand through a hands-on activity.
6. Measuring In this workshop you will review the way a lean company measures and then how to align those measurements with objectives. Topics include lean accounting, inventory costs, target costs and lead time.
7. SustainingLearn about the long-term changes to sustain the gains made in the final workshop. Topics include lean design, analyzing failures and ensuring ongoing quality control and continuous improvement.
APICS Customer-Focused Supply Chain Management
APICS is pleased to announce a new, one-day course for professionals in functions that support the supply chain (for example, sales and marketing, accounting, information technology, and senior executives).
The class, Customer-Focused Supply Chain Management, will provide an insider’s view of supply chain management. It offers fundamental knowledge of the functions of SCM and is designed to quickly and effectively educate team members who interact with or support supply chain activities, helping to increase efficiency and generate ideas for improvements.
After this course, participants can more fully contribute to the cross-functional and interorganizational processes of a successful supply chain. Further, the class leads participants and others in their organizations to the APICS Certified Supply Chain Professional (CSCP), Certified in Production and Inventory Management (CPIM), and other APICS programs.
APICS Introduction to Enterprise Resources Planning (ERP)
The Introduction to Enterprise Resources Planning (ERP) course will help you determine if your organization is ready for an ERP implementation, examine the benefits of implementing an ERP system, and build a compelling business case in support of an ERP implementation. Introduction to ERP explores the process integration of businesswide functions (demand management, product design, and delivery) required and supported by an ERP implementation. The course also addresses tactical functions required, such as project management and project planning, provides an overview of implementation alternatives for ERP, and includes a manufacturing case study.
Who will benefit from this course?
•Professionals employed by organizations or government agencies considering or beginning an ERP implementation
•ERP project managers •Consultants employed as ERP integrators
•Professionals who desire employment in the ERP integration field Session topics include
1. Introduction to ERP and the Benefits of Implementation
2. Developing a Business Case to Justify an ERP Implementation
3. Business Process Alignment
4. The Value Chain Process
5. Technology and International Considerations
6. Change Management and ERP Implementation
7. Implementing ERP
8. Expanding on ERP
APICS Global Sourcing
APICS Inventory Control Series
APICS Constraints Management