Effective supply chain management seeks to maximize customer value while achieving a competitive advantage that is both profitable and sustainable. Creating efficient flows where clients and supply chains can engage within a stable and effective framework is the ultimate goal.
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Infrastructure clients should actively manage their supply chains in order to obtain the best long-term outcomes for both clients and suppliers.
Clients need to know that suppliers will bid sensibly for work, bring the right supply chain parties together who possess strong capabilities and expertise to deliver work to best value and whole life outcomes. Suppliers need continuity of work, and the ability to invest in skills, training and development. They need to update their working processes and invest in research that improves their productivity.
Bringing this together are the procurement and bidding arrangements that govern the commissioning of work. These arrangements should reflect best practice developments in supply chain management across the industry.
This is intended as a practitioner’s introduction for professionals seeking to examine the context of supply chain procurement and to deepen any existing knowledge.
To expand your knowledge to better understand the procurement cycle.
This class will be delivered using PowerPoint slides with discussions and activities integrated throughout to embed your learning. The class will end with an open Q&A session with your instructor.
By the end of this course, you will:
During this course, we will cover:
Sorina Du Toit MRICS is an accomplished project controls specialist with eighteen years of global experience in the construction industry, with a record of success in planning, developing and maintaining budgets, contract management, and procurement. Sorina is the president of SDT Cost Management, a Toronto based consultancy providing services in estimating, project controls, procurement and contract management, quantity surveying, third party reviews and audits, project management, procedure development and process improvement, and training.
Prior to founding SDT Cost Management, Sorina was involved on a variety of projects locally and globally in the mining, office, clean energy, transmission and distribution, bio-chemical and thermal sectors. She has worked in Europe, Africa, the Caribbean and North & South America. Sorina received her BSc in quantity surveying from the University of Pretoria in South Africa.