Strategic Purchasing Management
Mastering the new challenges of top Purchasing Management
Day 1 – Introduction & People in Purchasing: Friday, February 22, 2019
Day 2 & Day 3 – Strategic Core: Friday, March 15 and Saturday, March 16, 2019
Day 4 & Day 5 – Strategic Enablers: Friday, March 29 and Friday, April 26, 2019
Day 6: Individual presentation and group discussions: Saturday, June 15, 2019
BENEFITS OF THE PROGRAM
Why this program?
The Purchasing Manager is a key player in the Executive Team and a trusted actor in the Supply Chain. No business player can ignore the Supply Chain to which his organization belongs. Neither can he overlook the challenges facing his operations and the value of a close collaboration with his suppliers and contracted partners.
The Purchasing Manager makes sure that the quality of exchange and cooperation with suppliers provides a key of competitiveness to his own organization. Relationships with suppliers aim at a win-win result, which requires a constant search for common value creation.
Sourcing, purchasing and procurement require global access and use of sophisticated information and communication systems. Today, purchasing performances can be greatly impacted by the use of internet.
The Purchasing Manager must be able to demonstrate a capability to marry strategic and tactical decisions, in a turbulent world of uncertainty. Because of the complexity of his job, he needs to acquire and master technical, managerial and behavioral competences with the required depth and -more important?- width.
For such purposes, and to respond to this demanding context, the program responds to the business needs of providing a global, up-to-date expertise in the strategic management of purchasing in order to fully integrate and support the enterprise strategy.
The learning objectives of this program are:
To whom is the program made for?
This program is tailored for:
An adapted pedagogy
A 6-day program based on a renewed pedagogic approach:
CONTENT OF THE PROGRAM
|This program is endorsed by Logistics in Wallonia, the walloon cluster for regional growth,
innovation and development in supply chain, logistics and mobility.
Location: Unless organized on site, the location of the lectures is CEI 2 (ABCAL Office),
6, rue Louis De Geer, B-1348 Louvain-la-Neuve.
Language of the program:
English; participants are expected to master the English language.
Registering and program fee:
• Program enquiries can be addressed to Ir Emmanuel STENIER, Program Director,