Master Demand Driven Implementer - LUXURY & FASHION

Demand Driven MRP (DDMRP) - Courses and Master's

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13 days over a period of 4-5 months

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14 September 2020 Lausanne
15 October 2020 Basel

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Master Demand Driven Implementer - LUXURY & FASHION

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Companies increasingly need to innovate their own operating models and adopt best practices in order to be successful on the market, improve their customer service and increase their EBITDA.

Advance School, supported by its international network of partners, has devised a unique Master’s programme for the Luxury & Fashion industry based on Demand Driven principles which focus on a Train for Performance (t4P) approach, designed to speed up the transition from putting knowledge into expert practice.

In fact the programme not only teaches participants about Demand Driven Best Practices through the DDPP (Demand Driven Professional Planner) certification programme of the Demand Driven Institute, but also supports them in creating specific operating Business Cases for the Luxury & Fashion industry, where they can put the knowledge they have gained to the test and rapidly create value for their company, accelerating the return on the investment made in their training.

 

 

Participants can set up their own Business Cases based on scenarios proposed by the course but also on their own company context, generating immediate benefits for their own organisation.

Business Cases comprise 3 stages:

  • Learning to see: knowledge is transferred to processes, metrics and KPIs to assess company gaps in relation to Demand Driven principles.
  • Playing the game: Demand Driven principles are planned within an industrial network, a single production site or organisational area.
  • Imagining the transition: the constraints and barriers to implementing and defining a plan for transition to Demand Driven principles are identified.

 

 

At the end of the course, participants will receive the Advance School Demand Driven Implementer - Luxury & Fashion Master certificate on their use of Demand Driven principles for real-case scenarios in the Luxury & Fashion industry.

 

  • Teaching plan

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    DETAILED PROGRAMME

     

    PART 1 - (3 days) - Certification DDPP, Demand Driven Planner Professional

     

    Module 1: Planning in the Modern World

    • The MRP Revolution
    • Evidence of a Problem
    • The New Normal

     

     Module 2: The Importance of Flow

    • Plossl’s First Law
    • Demonstrate Flow’s importance in industry
    • Plossl’s Law Caveat
    • The Bullwhip Effect

     

    Module 3: Unlocking a Solution - Decoupling

    Module 4: Becoming Demand Driven

    • “MRP versus Lean” Conflict
    • What “Demand Driven” really means
    • Demand Driven Operating Model
    • Demand Driven MRP 

     

    Module 5: Strategic Inventory Positioning

    • Six Positioning Factor
    • Decoupled Lead time
    • Matrix Bill of Material 

     

    Module 6: Distribution Network Positioning

    • Unique Distribution Positioning Factors
    • Compare and contrast demand driven to push and promote
    • Positioning across a supply chain

     

    Module 7: Buffer Profiles and Levels

    • Inventory – Asset or Liability
    • Buffer Profiles
    • Buffer Zones
    • Calculating Buffer Levels

     

    Module 8: Dynamic Buffer Adjustments

    • Recalculated Adjustments
    • Planned Adjustments
    • Manual Adjustments
    • Factors for Planning Adjustment Factors

     

    Module 9: Demand Driven Planning

    • Part Planning Designations
    • DDMRP Planning Process
    • Supply Order Generation for Stocked Items
    • DDDRP Supply Order Generation Considerations
    • Supply Generation for Non-Stocked Items
    • Decoupled Explosion
    • Prioritized Share

     

    Module 10: Highly Visible and Collaborative Execution

    • Challenging Priority by Due Date
    • Buffer Status Alerts
    • Synchronization Alerts
    • Execution Collaboration 

     

    Module 11: DDMRP and the Operational Environment

    • DDMRP Strategic Buffer Criteria
    • DDMRP and Safety Stock
    • DDMRP and Order Point
    • DDMRP and Scheduling
    • DDMRP and WIP Priority Management
    • Compare/contrast MRP, Lean and DDMRP 

     

    Module 12: Demand Driven Sales and Operations Planning

    • DDS&OP
    • Analytics for Master Settings changes and model improvement
    • DDS&OP protection for critical strategic impacts

     

    Module 13: Program Summary

    • Program Summary
    • Expected Benefits of DDMRP
    • Get Started with DDMRP
    • Test simulation In-depth

     

     

    PART 2 - 10 days - Business Case LUXURY & FASHION

    Business Cases will comprise 3 stages:

     

    • Learning to see: knowledge is transferred to processes, metrics and KPIs to assess company gaps in relation to Demand Driven principles.
    • Playing the game: Demand Driven principles are planned within an industrial network, a single production site or organisational area
    • Imagining the transition: the constraints and barriers to implementing and defining a plan for transition to Demand Driven principles are identified.

     

    Participants will also learn about operating tools for preparing a Business Case, assigning priorities, assessing strategic alignments and preparing their implementation.


     

  • Who is the course aimed at

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    • Operations Directors and Staff
    • Supply Chain Managers and Professionals
    • Merchandise & Retail Planners
    • Planning & Demand professionals
    • S&OP Managers and Staff
    • Plant Managers
    • IT Managers
    • Production and process engineers involved in ERP and/or MRP implementation
    • Project Managers
  • Pricing and enrolment

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    PRICING

    Contact our school to know the fee for this program.

    The course requires a minimum enrolment of 6 participants for activation in order to allow the best interaction between participants and instructors.

    To enrol, send the registration form with the receipt of the bank transfer or a purchase order to the following Email: a.pfister@advanceschool.ch