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Organizations and their supply chains continue to face difficult challenges, including pressures to drive more growth in both home markets and abroad, while minimizing systemic risks and improving overall performance.
Today’s volatile business conditions, as well as the increased complexity and global nature of modern supply chains, create significant barriers. Making matters worse is the fact that organizations continue to underfund budgets for investments in new capabilities and are finding it difficult, particularly in emerging markets, to attract and retain the right supply chain skills to support their ambitions.
Accenture Academy can help organizations address their workforce development shortcomings and, ultimately, their supply chain skills shortage. We offer an extensive, proven supply chain management curriculum, integrated with specialty and business management skills (in areas such as analytics, process excellence, project management, risk management, leadership and sustainability) that supply chain professionals must have to better partner with the business to achieve desired business outcomes.
As a worldwide leader in innovative and effective learning solutions, Accenture Academy provides a blended, interactive and highly engaging learning environment. Our courses are designed to help organizations achieve measurable business outcomes, and our learning professionals work with organizations to keep learning plans aligned with changing strategies and business goals.
Accenture Academy provides a supply chain management curriculum that is based on up-to-date functional competency models and job frameworks. At the same time, an Accenture Academy solution is tailored to your organization, your people and your goals.
Our integrated supply chain management curriculum includes the following subject areas:
Product Innovation and Lifecycle Management: Includes the innovation, design, engineering, development, market launch and lifecycle management of products and services.
Supply Chain Planning: Forecasting future requirements, balancing supply and demand and managing inventory across the supply chain.
Sourcing and Procurement: Includes sourcing activities such as supplier selection, category management, purchase-to-pay, spend analysis and negotiation of contracts.
Manufacturing: Includes processes to plan and manage work, machines, material and resources to meet customer needs.
Logistics: To move and control goods and materials through optimized networks by effectively leveraging inventory, warehousing and transportation components.
Customer and Service Management: To build and sustain high-performing service chain capabilities to execute the service strategy attract and retain customers, all the while meeting cost and other objectives to win in the marketplace.
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