One of the 8 Quality Management Principles of ISO 9001:2008 standard is "Mutually Benificial suppliers Relationship". The way an organization needs Customers, in the same way it needs Suppliers, Infact organizations are like links in chain of suppliers. You are the customers of your suppliers who has its own suppler, the way your customer is a supplier to its own customers. An effective chain  with strong link is fundametally improtant for collective success, Supply chain management is therefore an critical management system element for sucess . Dr Deming in his famous " 14 Points of Transofrmation of Management" emphasiszed to  "End the practice of awarding business on the basis of price tag. Instead, minimize total cost. Move toward a single supplier for any one item, on a long-term relationship of loyalty and trust". This is the founding pinciple of Supply chain management. Everyone in the chain must be benifited and support each other for each ones' sucess. 

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ISO 9001:2008 Principle: Mutually benifical supplier relationship

Stategic alliance and managing suppliers.

Understanding and Help improve  Supplier capability  by developing managent system and integrating suppliers management in your own organization's management system

Supplier evaluation and Revaluation process

Procurement process

Case study: A Typical Supply chain management sucess story of a role Model company (Toyota, Starbucks)

Project: Develop a supplier for your organization considering strategic importance

The course is conducted by TCB approved training organizations , Certification is administered as per ISO 17024 which requires independent assessment of candidates after a satisfactory course completion equivalent to 16 hours of seat time.

ISO 9001:2008 Principle: Mutually benifical supplier relationship

Stategic alliance and managing suppliers.

Understanding and Help improve  Supplier capability  by developing managent system and integrating suppliers management in your own organization's management system

Supplier evaluation and Revaluation process

Procurement process

Case study: A Typical Supply chain management sucess story of a role Model company (Toyota, Starbucks)

Project: Develop a supplier for your organization considering strategic importance

Candidates must degree or near degree qualifications with some n=industrial exposure,  Some understanding of purchase and procurement process is helpful but not essential. 

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