Facilitated by moderators and highly collaborative by nature, Interactive Workshops involve a combination of individual and group exercises.
The goal of this workshop is to provide CSCMP candidates with both theoretical concepts and practical techniques that address leadership and professionalism in the workplace. The discussions, case studies, activities, and videos, explored throughout the two-day workshop will demonstrate the interchangeable relationship between the two concepts. The Leadership and Professionalism workshop draws from the works of highly credible "thought leaders" in the areas of leadership, management, and human relations.
The goal of this workshop is to provide the CSCMP candidates with the theoretical concepts and practical methods and techniques to help them develop their negotiation skills. This workshop focuses on assessing your own and the other party’s negotiating skills, differentiating between distributive and integrative negotiation; establishing trust and building relationships; and addressing the concepts of power, persuasion, and ethics in negotiations.
Supply Chain Management professionals manage change while leading groups of people. However, to successfully perform these duties, professionals must rely on their abilities to communicate effectively and with purpose. The objectives of this workshop are (1) to help candidates develop both oral and written communication skills, and (2) to learn how their relational skills, also known as soft skills, carry equal, if not more relevance in today’s professional landscape.
The goal of this workshop is to provide supply chain professionals with information and skills required to manage the bidding and contracting processes. This workshop focuses on practical matters in bidding and contracting, including drafting of competitive bidding documentation, application of competitive bidding law, the basics of contract formation and good practices in contract management.
The goal of this workshop is to provide the CSCMP candidates with the theoretical concepts and practical methods and techniques to help develop their risk management skills. Risk management is a corporate strategic initiative. To ensure a resilient supply chain, identifying potential risks and planning risk mitigation is paramount. Risk Management requires the integration of people, technology, information, and resources both internal and external to the organization.
The goal of this workshop is to provide the CSCMP candidates with the theoretical concepts and practical methods and techniques to help them develop their ethical skills to confront the challenges in business and supply chain social responsibility.