The ultimate aim of any organization is to provide maximum customer value and gain competitive advantage that sustains in the long run. For this, organizations need to closely monitor what happens to their products not when they are within their organization but also when they leave their factories and go through the long list of transporters, distributors, retailers and finally the customers.
It is therefore not surprising that supply chain management has developed into a separate function by itself. Thus, all activities that form a part of the supply chain process, that is, product development, sourcing, production, transportation, distribution and infrastructure are coordinated to provide a smooth delivery of goods.
Employees need to be trained in order to ensure that the process and procedures are streamlined. What are the factors that need to be kept in mind when training employees on organization’s processes and procedures that form part of the supply chain? To get a comprehensive idea about the importance of training in supply chain management, download these complimentary resources now!
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