This module will provide the participants with basic management skills. It will allow the participants to understand financial matrics and its importance to the organization as well as teach them to manage projects to ensure timely implementation of programs and to manage risks in the supply chain.
Section 1: October 3, 10, 17, 24
Section 2: October 10, 17, 24, 31
1230 to 1930
At the end of the module the participant will be able to:
Understand what is strategic management and the various leadership styles and management approaches in motivating people in supply chain.
Learn how to manage the supply chain organization and fevelop skills in managing human resources.
Provide working knowledge in the basic management skills in directing and motivating supply management staff in the effective performance of their functions.
Define and understand the various risks involved in supply management and how to avert these risks through effective planning to improve the efficiency of supply chain.
Understand and apply the various financial tools and metrics in analyzing financial reports and assessing the financial health of suppliers.
Understand and apply the tools in project management to help participants manage projects to ensure timely implementation of projects and programs.
Analyze financial reports relevant to the supply management practice and drive cost out of the system that will have an impact in the financial performance of the organization.
Learn how to use the different financial ratios to determine the financial health of its suppliers and customers.
Better manage the financials of the organization in relation to the profitability, cash flow and other leveraging tools.
Custom-fit a global project management framework to any project.
Know who are project stakeholders, their roles, needs and their impact on the project, and howto engage them to contribute to project success.
Know project management knowledge, tools and techniques to use and when to use them.
Apply generally recognized good practices in project initiation, planning, execution, monitoring and control, and closing to most types of projects
Strategic Management and Supply Strategic Plan
Organizational policies, procedures and structures
Defining leadership and various styles of leadership
Staffing the supply chain management organization
Defining risk in supply chain
Assessing and prioritizing risks
Responding to risks
Developing and maintaining a business continuity management plan
Scope of Financial Management
Financial Reporting, Forecasting and Patterns
Supplier Financial Health
Project Management Framework
Initiating and Planning the Project
Estimating Costs and Preparing Budget
Monitoring and Controlling the Project
Ramon R. Guevara, C.P.M., DSM
Ramon is the current President of the Foundation of the Society of Fellows in Supply Management with more than 50 years of experience in the purchasing and supply management profession. Held various management and executive positions in Filoil Refinery Corporation (Now Petron Corporation), San Miguel Corporation, General Motors Corporation, U.S. State Department, and the International Rice Research Institute in the area of Supply Management covering the Purchasing, Inventory Management, Warehousing, Transportation, and other logistics operations including customer service. Current lecturer/facilitator and supply management consultant for the Institute for Supply Management as well as Facilitator for the School of Professional and Continuing Education of De La Salle College of St. Benilde.
Currently an international lecturer on Supply Management, having lectured in Vietnam, Singapore, Malaysia and Hongkong. Past President of the Purchasing and Materials Management Association of the Philippines (now Philippine Institute for Supply Management) in 1994-1995. Former faculty member of Mapua Institute of Technology and the Ateneo Graduate School of Business. Recipient of the 1998 GAWAD SINOP Award for the Most Outstanding Practitioner from the Society of Fellows in Supply Management and the Philippine Institute for Supply Management.
Obtained his BSBA and MBA degrees from the Mapua Graduate School and his C.P.M. certification from the National Association of Purchasing Management in Flint, Michigan, U.S.A. in 1981.
Lucito R. Torres, PMP
Lucito is a 'Project Management Professional (PMP) credential holder from the Project Management Institute based in Pennsylvania, U.S.A. in 2005. He is one of the first graduates of the Diploma Program in Project Management of PMI-PH & Ateneo — CCE 'Post-Baccalaureate Diplomas in Real Estate Management, and in Restaurant and Food Entrepreneurship under De La Salle-College of St. Benilde SPaC. He has a Master in Business Administration (academic requirements) from Ateneo Graduate School of Business, as well as a B.Sc. in Industrial Management Engineering minor Mechanical Engineering, De La Salle University. He has attended over 60 short courses, training seminars, and conferences. He is also a former member Board of Trustees, PMI Philippines Chapter. Currently, he is an accredited facilitator of PMI Philippine Chapter and PISM, TIP-CCE, Ateneo-CCE, DLS-CSB SPaCE.
He was the President of Optima P3 Management, Inc. a project management consultancy and training firm and Sr. Vice President of Meralco Industrial Engineering Services Corporation. He was also Chairman of the Board for Alabang Country Club, Inc. and a Management Consultant/Proprietor for LRT Training Consultancy. He was also the Vice President for Operations and Corporate Secretary at Supply Chain Resource Center, Inc.
He has over forty years of operational, construction, systems, R&D and project experience in the Philippines, Asia-Pacific and the Middle East, and was the Assistant Vice President for Business Development and Marketing of EEI Corporation from 1998 to 2003. He was the Executive Director Technological Institute of the Philippines — Center for Continuing Education and has experience in product, market and business development, marketing, sales, proposals, estimating, project planning and development, human resource administration, contracts administration, claims management, billings and collection, TOM, organizational development and training.
Lourdes S. Guzman, CPSM, CLSP-AP, DSM
Lourdes is a Senior Consultant in Supply Chain Management and the former President of ISOC Cold Chain Logistics, Inc.. She is also the VP for Scholarship and Education for the Foundation of Society of Fellows in Supply Management. She was the Director, Customer Service and Logistics for Southeast Asia of Kraft Foods, International until her retirement in June 2006.
She has held various positions in Materials and Supply Management during the last 50 years in local and multinational companies such as Gillette, Zuellig, Metro Drug, to name a few. She was the General Manager of Kraft Foods Tianmei, PROC in the early 2000 and the Logistics Operations for Kraft Foods China. She is a Chemical Engineer by profession. She is the 2005 Lewis E. Spangler Awardee of the International Federation for Purchasing and Supply Management (IFPSM) based in Atlanta, Georgia. Awarded in Beijing, China last September, 2005 for her outstanding commitment to the profession of purchasing, materials and logistics, substantiated by positive contribution to the bottom line of her company as well as the support she has given to her collaborators in the field of education and training.
She is also the 2005 Gawad Sinop Awardee of the Philippine Institute of Supply Management (PISM) and the Society of Fellows (SOF). This is an annual award given by PISM and SOF to recognize supply management practitioner with outstanding achievement in the performance of the profession.
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