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MIT World Peace University, Pune

MIT-WPU, with its legacy of about four decades believes in value-based education focused on Holistic development of students with its 360-degree approach of combining academics with experiential learning, project activities, peace studies along with global technological innovation. To achieve this objective WPU offers its students, state of the art infrastructure and well-equipped laboratories, study areas, sports facilities within the most happening campus in the city.

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Program: MBA (Operations Management)

Operations Management is a multi-disciplinary field that focuses on managing all aspects of an organization’s operations to provide products and services. Operations management is concerned with the efficient production and distribution of products and services and is a key component of any business.

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Cycle Counting Best Practices

Cycle counting is the better alternative to periodic inventory counting. In cycle counting few SKUs are counted everyday by the Cycle Counters, who are trained in cycle counting. The accuracy of the logical inventory is much better compared to periodic inventory auditing as the inventory is counted continuously and more frequently based on the ABC Classification Criteria. Here I would like to recommend few best practices in cycle counting.

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The Need for Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) in Supply Chain

The primary purpose is to standardise, document and communicate the 6Qs or 6 Questions of all the activities or tasks involved in a process. The 6Qs are what, why and how of doing an activity and by whom, when and where.

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Supply Chain Media

Since being founded in 2006, the company Supply Chain Media has generated a wealth of strategic yet practical knowledge by interviewing numerous supply chain directors, senior executives and managers. We share the resulting insights in print and digitally (for tablets) in our Dutch-language publication Supply Chain Magazine and in the English-language Supply Chain Movement, our magazine with a unique European focus. As firm believers in ‘less is more’, we don’t overwhelm our readership with hollow press releases. Instead, we filter the industry news for our readers and condense useful knowledge into practical selfassessments and checklists. Our 1-minute educational videos and 4-minute event vlogs are deliberately kept so short to hold the audience’s attention.

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Supply Chain Magazine France

The Australian supply chain management expert and author of various ... with MineHub Technologies, a Canadian technology company specialized in the

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Supply Chain World Magazine

An organization is only as good as its weakest link – that is, the weakest link in its supply chain. This is why many businesses are doing away with the old top-down, fragmented approaches to supply chain management that no longer work in today’s global, 24/7 economy. Instead, they are taking a more fully integrated approach that is carefully synchronized with stakeholders up and down the supply network.

This is where Supply Chain World comes in. Supply Chain World is the authority on best practices in supply chain management, featuring interviews with experts who know the process first-hand and are finding ever-better ways to improve efficiencies. Supply Chain World is a convenient, authoritative benchmarking tool, helping forward-thinking supply chain leaders and their global teams to stay current through cutting-edge content on our website and in our quarterly magazine. Each issue highlights best-practice strategies and practices to help our readers move products and information more efficiently and compete in the 21st century’s linked economy.

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Supply Chain Canada

The mission of Supply Chain Canada is to communicate to the members of the Supply Chain Management Association timely and engaging topics affecting supply chain management professionals to promote current best practices. Researched, intelligent and forward-thinking editorial features will provide readers with insight, analysis and continued education to better serve their organizations and to execute the association’s goal of building leadership in supply chain management. The Supply Chain Management Association (SCMA) is Canada’s largest association for supply chain management professionals. We represent more than 8,000 members as well as the wider profession working in roles that cover sourcing, procurement, logistics, inventory, and contract management. SCMA sets the standards for excellence and ethics, and is the principal source of professional development and accreditation in supply chain management in Canada.

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Supply Chain & Logistics, The Canadian Business Journal

A Leading Canadian Business Publication for the Leaders in Canadian Industries

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Inside Logistics - Canada's Supply Chain Magazine

Reports on the supply chain management and logistics industry in Canada with news, features, and analysis.

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APICS magazine

APICS magazine delivers actionable supply chain strategies, innovative industry research, and practical tools and systems that create real value.

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Association For Supply Chain Management (ASCM), USA