Performance Based Logistics using SCOR Training
Performance Based Logistics (PBL) using SCOR
This workshop trains participants in developing and optimizing supply chain performance in the context of Department of Defense (DOD) Performance-Based Logistics partnerships. Specifically, the workshop reviews how operational reference modeling can be leveraged to plan and measure supply chain outcomes. It provides in-depth perspective on best practices, metrics, and enablers that assure optimal performance of critical systems, total asset visibility and managing total lifecycle costs. It also provides perspectives on profiting from PBL partnerships and managing risk.
Who should attend?Commercial DOD industry suppliers entering into profitable, long-term PBL contracts that need to identify the risks associated with the DOD supply chain and align secondary suppliers to supply chain operations. DOD program managers pursuing total asset visibility, seeking to capture total ownership costs, minimizing logistics footprint and looking for potential areas for SCM improvements. Organic DOD Logistics Support Providers who must benchmark supply chain operations with industry, reduce the supply chain lead time and improve overall supply chain responsiveness.
PrerequisitesWorking knowledge of SCOR (SCOR-Framework, SCOR-P certification or experience in SCOR projects).
LogisticsThis is a two-day, 16-hour workshop, with homework assignments in contract development.
Key Areas CoveredSCOR Basics