SCOR DS - Supply Chain Operations Reference Model - Interactive Live Webinar


6 live webinar sessions
4hrs each


4 November 2024


CHF 3650 + VAT, APICS member price


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SCOR DS - Supply Chain Operations Reference Model - Interactive Live Webinar

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The SCOR – Supply Chain Operations Reference Model was developed initially from the Supply Chain Council (SCC) in 1996 and it’s the only comprehensive, universally accepted, and open-access supply chain standard. 

The new SCOR DS features the biggest update to SCOR since inception and modernizes the framework, going from a linear supply chain model to a more synchronous network.

SCOR is a process reference model. The purpose of a process reference model, or business process framework, is to define process architecture in a way that aligns with key business functions and goals. The company can greatly improve its own performance by applying it in the designing or the re-engineering of a Supply Chain.


The SCOR reference model consists of five main sections:

  • Performance
  • Processes
  • Practices
  • People
  • Special Applications and Resources

These main components are interconnected to each other. During the course, participants will learn the relationship between these different components and how to use and apply them for performance improvements.  


The SCOR model is indispensable to design and implement a solid Supply Chain project: for organizations it helps to assess and improve their supply chains, directly leading to improved operational performance; for participants, the course constitutes an important opportunity to learn the logic of the model and the rules to efficiently implement it.


The model is very useful in the following cases:
• Development of an SC strategy
• Reviewing of the SC in case of acquisition, mergers or disinvestments
• Optimization or Re-engineering of an SC
• Standardization and reduction of the costs of an SC
• Creation of company dashboards and management reports
• Planning of the Start-up of an SC
• Benchmarking
• Processes of Outsourcing –identification of the processes to be used
• ERP Implementation
• Identification of skill models for an SC




  • Teaching plan

    The training is run by Senior ASCM Master Instructors and already former members of the Supply Chain Council (SCC).

    The teaching plan is made up of the course structure and detailed plan.


     Day 1

    • Course Introduction
    • Introduction to SCOR Framework
    • SCOR DS Business Context
    • SCOR Processes

    - Orchestrate Supply Chain - activities associated with the integration and enablement of supply chain strategies.

    - Plan - activities associated with developing plans to operate the supply chain.

    - Order - activities associated with the customer purchase of products and services

    - Source - activities associated with procuring, ordering, scheduling the ordering, delivery, receipt, and transfer of products and/or services.


    Day 2

    • SCOR Processes (cont.ed)

    - Transform - activities associated with the creation of products and services.

    - Fulfill - activities associated with fulfilling customer orders or services

    - Return - activities associated with the reverse flow of goods

    • SCOR Performance

    - Introduction - measurement and assessment of the outcomes of supply chain process execution

    - Resilience – reliability, responsiveness, and agility

    - Economic – cost, profit, and assets.

    - Sustainability – environmental, social and metrics. 

    • SCOR People

    - Skills

    - Experiences

    - Trainings 

    • SCOR Practices

    - Review of Standards

    - Assessments 


    Day 3

    • Transformation Learning Program (TLP) - how to apply a SCOR improvement program.

    - Engage

    - Define

    - Analyze

    - Plan

    - Launch



    • Understand the real time visibility of the Supply Chain Networks powered by an interconnected flow of information:

    - Introduce the DSN – Digital Supply Network and the DCM – Digital Capability Model

    - The DCM will be a central component to a digital transformation, helping all companies build and evaluate digitally-enabled capabilities that are required to transform their linear supply chains into a set of digital supply networks, working in a unified direction.


    At the end of the training, candidates will receive an official Letter of Completion from ASCM/APICS.


  • Who is the course aimed at

    The corse is aimed at the following professional figures:


    • Supply Chain Managers and resources in the staff
    • Purchase Managers
    • Procurement Managers
    • Logistics Managers
    • Operations Directors
    • ERP Consultants
    • Supply Chain Consultants
  • Pricing and enrolment



    CHF 3650 + VAT



    The fee includeS the APICS teaching material (digital).

    The course requires a minimum of 6 participants for the activation. Seats are limited in order to allow optimal interaction between participants and instructors.

    To enrol, please send the registration form with the receipt of the bank transfer or a purchase order to the following Email: