Elevate the Expectation January 2009 Professional Development Update 2008 Strategic Product Development and Body of Knowledge Priorities/Objectives 2008 Priority: Product Development • 75% of members and non-member customers agree or strongly agree APICS products are relevant. • 60% of members and nonmember customers agree or strongly agree APICS products are of high quality. * Baseline will be obtained from member/customer survey being distributed this month 2008 Priority: Product Development • Publish the APICS Operations Management Body of Knowledge Framework – Objective: the OMBOK Framework will be published before the conference. – Status: Delivered at conference – Members can download OMBOK free at www.apics.org/ombok, or order a bound copy for $20. Publication: OMBOK Framework • Advertising and Public Relations – Advertisements and articles for the Framework have been developed and placed in APICS publications. – E-mail announcements were circulated throughout Q4. – An interview with Bob Jacobs, an editor of the OMBOK, appeared on the Web site of Modern Materials Handling magazine on November 21, 2008. – The printed version of the magazine included a short article in the January issue’s “Breaking News You Should Know” section. 2008 Priority: Product Development • Implement a process to align courseware to the exam content manuals. – Objective: There is one-to-one correlation between the topics covered in the courseware and the exam content manuals. – Status: CPIM and CSCP courseware were both revised to align with the 2009 exam content manuals. 2009 CPIM Update • BSCM – Rewritten – Topics have been aligned with the 2009 Exam Content Manual. – Instructor feedback was reviewed and incorporated as appropriate. – Content was reviewed by SME team including international SMEs. – Content was edited by a copy editor specializing in International English. – Instructional design is similar to the Lean Enterprise Series including many more exercises. – Workbooks and slides have a completely new look and feel. – The new Basics course is in stock and in use by partners. BSCM Update • Why the Change? – Update content to meet new 2009 ECM – Improve the narrative – Improve participant content and instructor guidance – Include more interactions and activities – Reinforce key terminology – Make a visual impact – Improve the experience for the instructor and students Course Roadmap Session: 1. Introduction to Supply Chain Management 2. Demand Management 3. Master planning 4. Material Requirements Planning 5. Capacity Management and Production Activity Control 6. Aggregate Inventory Management 7. Item Inventory Management 8. Purchasing and Physical Distribution 9. Lean/JIT and Quality Systems 10. Theory of Constraints and Review Activity Learning Objectives From: Specific, measurable objectives to guide instructor and students To: Example IG Page • Transition slide header • Smaller slide graphics • More instructor guidance • References given • One-column format • New icons Example PG Page From: • Updated content To: • Increased material Problems and Solutions Problem Icon Build Slide Solution Icon Class Problem 2.1 Solution Example Build Month Demand Three-Month Next Month Total Forecast 1 102 2 91 3 95 288 96 4 105 291 97 5 94 294 98 6 101 300 100 Vocabulary Check • ECM Key terminology • Reinforces dictionary definitions • Matching or crossword Performance Check Answers From: To: “WIKI” Activity • Second half of session 10 • Students work collaboratively to build a knowledge base on several topics (similar to “Wikipedia” approach) • Students then write mock exam questions • Student stake the mock exam • Added as appendix to MPR, ECO, DSP, and SMR 2009 CPIM Update • MPR, DSP, ECO, SMR - Updated – Topics have been aligned with the 2009 Exam Content Manual. – Instructor feedback was reviewed and incorporated as appropriate. – New content was reviewed by SME team including international SMEs. – Products were shipped in December. – SMR and DSP will be rewritten/redesigned like BSCM in 2009 for 2010 release. – ECO and MPR will be rewritten/redesigned like other modules in 2010 for 2011 release. All Courses (Except BSCM) • Corrected edits in all courses: – MPR 30+ – DSP 30+ – ECO 20+ – SMR 20+ • Changed JIT to Lean/JIT in all courses – Transition to lean Key Content Changes - MPR • Content Added: – Master scheduling lot-sizing – Measuring distribution systems content • Clarified sections: – Customer service – S&OP References - MPR Wallace, T. F. Sales & Operations Planning: How-to-Handbook, 2nd ed., 2004 changed to Sales & Operations Planning: How-to- Handbook, 3rd ed., 2008 Key Content Changes - DSP • Content Added: – Project management – Lean content in six areas – Service content in four areas – Remanufacturing • Content Deleted: – TPOP – Order-oriented finite loading • Clarified content in many places References - DSP Added: 1. Haksever, Render, Russell, Murdick, Service Management and Operations, 2nd ed., 2000 2. Meredith, J. R. & S. J. Mantel Jr., Project Management: A Managerial Approach, 5th ed., 2003 3. PMI Standards, A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge Key Content Changes - ECO • Added six sigma content • Rewrite of operating environments section • Cleaned up PERT data • Modified pull system impact on reporting systems • Deleted “asterisks” from IG, added missing slides to PW References - ECO Deleted: 1. Sandras, W. A., Just-In-Time: Making it Happen, 1989 2. Fogarty, Blackstone, Hoffmann, Production and Inventory Management, 2nd edition, 1991 Key Content Changes - SMR • Content Added: – Technologies strategies – Supply chain strategy configuration – Inventory management collaboration – Leveraging a firm’s product & process development • Content Modifications: – Value-chain model – Cost management section Prepare to Teach • Download net change documents and replacement pages at: www.apics.org/InstructorCenter/CPIM/ • Instructor kits and replacement sets are now available • Review new references 2009 CSCP Update • Updated – Topics have been aligned with the 2009 Exam Content Manual. – Instructor feedback was reviewed and incorporated as appropriate. – Content was reviewed by SME team including international SMEs. – Product became available in December 2008. CSCP Computer-Based Testing Pilot • Pilot CSCP test will begin March 2009 • Beta Testing Window: March 15-April 11, 2009 • Beta registration begins: February 23, 2009 • 10 cities have been selected from the global community to pilot the CSCP CBT exam • Pearson VUE will provide test delivery services during this beta • Paper-and-pencil will still be available in CBT beta sites as well as places where CBT sites are not accessible Domestic and International CSCP Pilot Sites – March 2009 Beta Location Pearson VUE Exam Site Locations Chicago, IL 1 North LaSalle St., Suite 1250, Chicago, IL 60602 200 West Adams St., Suite 1105, Chicago, IL 60606 111 E. Wacker Dr., Suite 515, Chicago, IL 60601 Newark, NJ 1099 Wall St., West, Suite 140, Lyndhurst, NJ 07071 Montreal, QC 7705 17th Ave., Montreal QB, H2A 2S4 San Jose, CA 1641 N. 1st St., Koll Lyon Plaza, Suite 260, San Jose, CA Washington, DC 1615 L St. NW, Suite 410, Washington, D.C. 20036 Phoenix, AZ 2501 West Dunlap Ave., Suite 260, Phoenix, AZ 85021 Mexico City, DF Atlacomulco 500, 4th Flr., Industrial Atoto Naucalpan, Estado de Mexico 53519, Mexico City Utrecht, Netherlands Kobaltweg 44, Utrecht 3542 CE Brussels, Belgium Avenue E. De Mot 19, 5th Flr., Brussels 1000 Barcelona, Spain C/Jordi Girona 1-3, Campus Nord de la UPC, Zona Comercial la CUP, Barcelona 08034 CSCP CBT Next Phase • Continue with regional roll-out strategy in 2009 • June CSCP exam administration pilot locations will be announced in February 2009 New Product: Lean Enterprise • The Lean Enterprise Workshop Series is designed to provide participants with the knowledge and tools needed to effectively participate with their organizations in a lean transformation process. • This workshop series will enable learners to: – Determine whether an organization is ready for lean. implement lean – Gain experience analyzing best practices for incorporating lean into organizations. – Complete a customized project plan for implementing implementing lean. New Product: Lean Enterprise • Structure: 7 Workshops, 28 Contact Hours – Workshop 1: Introduction – Workshop 2: Lean Culture – Workshop 3: Value Stream Mapping – Workshop 4: Stability and Process Improvement – Workshop 5: Just‐in‐Time – Workshop 6: Measuring – Workshop 7: Sustaining • Pricing – Instructor Kit $575 – Member Participant Materials $325 – Nonmember Materials $425 New Product: Lean Enterprise • Instructor/Partner Resources — To date approximately 150 instructors have been trained to deliver the series. — However, due to the difficult economy, very few chapters have been able to run the series. — Therefore, we are extending the deadline to purchase 5 participant workbook sets in exchange for free instructor guides to March 31st, 2009 for North American chapters and September 30, 2009 for partners outside of North America. — Updated kits were shipped to partners participating in this program in Q4. New Product: Lean Enterprise • Marketing Support – Customizable ads with chapter contact and event info • Newsletter Ad, 1/2 page vertical • Newsletter Ad, 1/2 page horizontal • Newsletter Ad, 1/4 page • Newsletter Ad, full page – Collateral • Trifold • Flier – PowerPoint Presentation – Access these resources online at: apics.org/teachlean – Submit your class dates to firstname.lastname@example.org. Local lean courses will be listed online at apics.org/lean . – Ongoing direct mail and e-mail support is planned for 2009 New Product: Global Sourcing • The Global Sourcing Workshop Series provides a comprehensive study of the critical tasks and challenges associated with global sourcing. • This new series equips learners with the skills to: – Understand the strategic importance of globalization – Learn how to prepare for international procurement – Evaluate potential markets in other countries – Source global suppliers strategically – Choose logistics partners – Address cultural differences New Product: Global Sourcing • Structure: 4 Workshops, 16 Contact Hours – Workshop 1: Introduction – Workshop 2: Global Suppliers – Workshop 3: Cultural Relationships – Workshop 4: Logistics Requirements – In addition, a 6 hour Executive Overview of this content is available. • Series Pricing – Instructor Kit $300 – Member Participant Materials $185 – Nonmember Materials $235 • Executive Overview Only – Instructor Kit $115 – Member Participant Materials $70 – Non‐member Materials $95 New Product: Global Sourcing • Instructor/Partner Resources — Three instructor training programs held – two of which were webinars. — Instructor feedback is being incorporated into materials. — Instructor comments: • This workshop will be a great addition to our offerings. I see it as valuable for both open enrollment (multiple companies) and also on-site for individual companies. It will cross-sell easily to any person/organization that took the CSCP product. • Excellent Course and very well prepared so far. • I appreciated the low cost and convenience associated with delivery through the Webinar format. New Product: Global Sourcing • Marketing Support – Customizable ads with chapter contact and event info • Newsletter Ad, 1/2 page vertical • Newsletter Ad, 1/2 page horizontal • Newsletter Ad, 1/4 page • Newsletter Ad, full page – Collateral • Trifold • Flier – PowerPoint Presentation – Access these resources online at: apics.org/teachglobal – Online Lean Enterprise Workshop Series Course listing at apics.org/global – Ongoing direct mail and e-mail support is planned in 2009 APICS Magazine • While the number of issues has decreased from 10 per year to 6, the editorial staff is enhancing content, including: – Publishing higher-quality articles and augmenting current departments. – Launching APICS Extra Live: interactive “author-reader” webinars. – Unveiling a new, online version of the magazine. – Planning a green/sustainability conference. APICS Magazine Enhanced Electronic Magazine http://www.apics.org/resources/magazine/online • July/August issue, complete with advertisements, illustrations, and other graphics, was launched on July 30th. • International readers to get the magazine in a reliable and timely fashion • Features include: – Searchability – Advertisements – Live links to web addresses • An online subscription drive is being tested in an international market Attend APICS 2009 APICS 2009 Learning Paths -Global Supply Chain Apply for your U.S. passport -Demand Management, Forecasting, and S&OP today! -Logistics and Distribution -Lean Visit apicsconference.org -Basics of Operations Management for more information. -Professional Advancement -Green for Business Registration opens in March 2009. Attend APICS 2009 Chapter tool kits will be released Feb.20. They will include: • Advertisements • Video • Web Tiles • Fliers • Postcards • Passport Kits • City Guides • Post-it Notes & Pens APICS Member Advocacy 2009 Advocacy Campaign In 2008, APICS launched an advocacy campaign to bring visibility to the value of APICS-educated operations and supply chain management professionals in a difficult economy. The objective of the campaign is to – Demonstrate to employers, the media, and the marketplace that trained operations and supply chain managers are integral to the success, and sometimes the very survival, of a business – Communicate to APICS members that APICS relates to their situation and will help them navigate this recession. APICS Member Advocacy The advocacy campaign includes these components: – Introduction of new e-newsletters for members and executives that cover the media and government reports and put them in context for the profession. – Increased communications about relevant member benefits, such as extended unemployment benefits and Career Center job postings. – Enhanced APICS magazine editorial coverage of the economy – Continued distribution of economy related APICS content to employers. – Development of a public relations plan and media calendar. APICS Member Advocacy Key Messaging Belonging to APICS is essential during tough economic times. Belonging to APICS is essential during tough economic times • Education enables employees to take on additional duties in an efficient and effective manner. • Companies with fewer workers absolutely need increased productivity. • Workforce education and development also help ensure a company’s readiness for the future – whatever the world economy brings. 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