Total Cost of Ownership & Serve

Learn about Total Cost of Ownership Definition, Key Considerations, The Green Economy Impact, Post Covid Supply Chain Realities and Cost Calculation Checklist

 

The SCMDOJO Academy course on Total Cost-of-Ownership (TCO) & Serve is intended for procurement professionals, business management, or anyone looking to manage their total cost of ownership effectively, especially in the post-Covid Supply Chain. Learn about Total Cost of Ownership Definition, Key Considerations, The Green Economy Impact, Post Covid Supply Chain Realities and Cost Calculation Checklist

What you will learn

 

  • TOTAL COST OF OWNERSHIP - DEFINITION
  • TOTAL COST OF OWNERSHIP - Key Considerations
  • TOTAL COST OF OWNERSHIP - The Green Economy Impact
  • TOTAL COST OF OWNERSHIP - Post-Covid Supply Chain Realities
  • TOTAL COST OF OWNERSHIP - Cost Calculation Checklist (how is total cost of ownership calculated)
  • TOTAL COST TO SERVE – DEFINITION
  • TOTAL COST TO SERVE – IMPORTANCE
  • TOTAL COST TO SERVE - KEY DOWNSTREAM COST DRIVERS
  • TOTAL COST TO SERVE - COST DETERMINATION APPROACH

Why learn with Corey Weekes CPIM CIRM CSCP

 

Corey Weeks is based in Toronto, Canada, and is a co-founder and Managing Partner at the EIGHTY-FOUR GROUP  Supply Chain Consulting company. As well as a Senior Warehousing and Transportation Director at one of Canada’s leading and most globally recognized luxury apparel brands.

He is also a former Vice President – Supply Chain, Director - Supply Chain, Senior Manager - Supply Chain Optimization, Supply Chain Consultant, Production Control Manager, and e-Commerce brand founder. And a part-time online University Lecturer.

He has acquired over 20 years of experience, across many aspects of global supply chain management, including. E-commerce logistics operations, global supply chain network design and integration/improvement. Global sales and operations planning, procurement, vendor relationship management, operational strategy development and implementation. Production scheduling and process improvement, and manufacturing/production management.

He has also managed the implementation of several key operations and supply chain multi-million dollar initiatives across various industries in North America and Asia. Including apparel retail, medical devices, corrugated paperboard, petroleum services and legalised cannabis (Canada).

Corey Weekes received his B.Sc in Mechanical Engineering from the University of the West Indies and his M.Sc in Operations Management from the University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology (UMIST), Manchester, UK. He has also completed the Certified Production and Inventory Manager (CPIM), Certified Integrated Resource Manager (CIRM) and Certified Supply Chain Professional (CSCP) certifications from the Association of Supply Chain Management (APICS).

Who is this course for?

 

This online introductory level course is designed for any supply chain and procurement professional at any level of business, who wants to better understand the TOTAL COST OF OWNERSHIP & - TOTAL COST TO SERVE and put this knowledge to work with confidence. It is suitable for people working in the public and private sectors. It is ideal for those new to procurement and contracts, or those in roles that have exposure to procuring goods and services.

Requirements

 

  • Access to the Internet
  • Computer / Laptop / Mobile Device

What is included?

 

  • Immediate unlimited access to course materials
  • 30-day money-back guarantee
  • Exercises and quizzes to help you put theory into practice
  • English Closed Captions
  • Full transcripts in pdf for each lesson
  • Suitable for mobile or desktop
  • SCMDOJO Certification when you pass the course quiz (accessible from Learning Center post-sign-in)

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Ufuk
Posted 4 months ago
Great overview of TCO

Great overview with good examples and their impacts on the total value and margin

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