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Introduction to Business Planning I

S U P P LY M A N A G E M E N T

Candidate Manual

Professionals in Supply Chain Management

Enhanced. Exceptional.
P u r c h a s i n g M a n a g e m e n t A s s o c i a t i o n o f C a n a d a

Supply Management Training

Introduction to Business Planning

Supply Management Training

Introduction to Business Planning
Candidate Manual

Copyright © 2009 by the Purchasing Management Association of Canada. (Rel. 1) No part of this material in this manual may be reproduced without the prior written consent of the Purchasing Management Association of Canada. 777 Bay Street, Suite 2701, P.O. Box 112, Toronto, Ontario M5G 2C8 Tel:(416) 977-7111, Toll Free: 1-888-799-0877, Fax:(416) 977-8886 Web Site: www.pmac.ca. Use of this material is restricted to PMAC and its Provincial/Territorial Institutes for the express purpose of delivering Supply Management Training. No other use is authorized, express or implied. This material must be used in its entirety.

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Introduction to Business Planning

Table of Contents
Introduction and Overview…………………………………………………..IO – 1 Lesson One – Introduction: Pre Seminar Preparation………………………..L1 – 1 Lesson Two – Review / Consolidation..……………………………………..L2 – 1 Lesson Three – Levels and Methods…………………………………………L3 – 1 Lesson Four – Point B – The Target…..……………………………………..L4 – 1 Lesson Five – Point A – Situational Analysis………………………………..L5 – 1 Lesson Six – Formulation………………………….…………………………L6 – 1 Lesson Seven – Implementation…..……………….…………………………L7 – 1 Lesson Eight – Supply Management and Strategy..………………………….L8 – 1 Lesson Nine – Review and Final Exam……..………………………………..L9 – 1

Appendix: PowerPoint Slides

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Introduction and Overview
Seminar Introduction Seminar Readings Lesson Summary Candidate Evaluation

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General Information
About Supply Management Training Today’s global market demands skilled entry to mid-level practitioners to support the management of increasingly complex upstream and downstream components of extended supply chains. This series of seminars and seminars in supply management meets this need for proficiency in functional area processes and technical competencies. Supply management training consists of four introductory technical seminars, three soft skill seminars and three business management seminars. Candidates can access either a single seminar or seminar, or can complete the entire package and earn a Diploma in Supply Management. The intended audience is junior and intermediate practitioners requiring a technical competence in supply management. The training will also be of interest to others seeking knowledge of supply management at an introductory level. These seminars and seminars replace the Principles seminars and Certificate in Purchasing, being phased out in June of 2009. Supply management training is distinct from the Strategic Supply Chain Management Leadership Program, and cannot be applied towards C.P.P. accreditation.

Workload

As a general rule, candidates should expect to spend an average of 4 hours of preparation prior to attending this seminar. During the seminar, lessons will require group and individual work. Please note that the amount of time spent preparing for the seminar will be influenced by present knowledge and experience, as well such factors as reading skills and comprehension skills.

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General Information, continued
Candidate Responsibilities In order to be successful in this seminar it is important to do the required work and be prepared for each lesson. Candidates who are prepared contribute to a...
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