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2-Day Workshop on Lean Inventory Management
Inventory is a key component of material flows in a supply chain, yet often inventory goes undifferentiated between raw material, work-in-
process, finished goods and in-transit inventory. Each stage of the value-added process plays a critical role to protecting profitability and
ensures cash flow does not limit continued expansion or investment. In addition, inventory placement is an important piece of the supply chain
map, where lengthened lead times influence costs as well, logistics, production planning and the distribution network.
Pre-Requirements                                                         Target Audience
Some fundamental knowledge of logistics, supply chain, inventory         Senior procurement, inventory and production planning logistics
management, operations and distribution is highly recommended.           management, supplier management, supply chain, operations,
Price:                                                                   finance and IT managers or directors
Single participant                   RM2,999.00 per participant          Training Method
Group (above 3 participant)          RM2,699.00 per participant          Workshops involve a mix between lecture, case study analysis, and
                                                                         workshop participant case sharing.
Course Content
Day 1
1. Explain different types of inventory in the material flow
2. Build a framework connecting different types of inventory in the supply chain
3. Understanding inventory mapping and placement
Day 2
4. Analyzing multiple types of inventory management models
5. Building and implementing inventory placement and lead time planning methods
6. Case study application of upstream and downstream inventory management
Course Leader
                                  Bradley A. Feuling is currently the Chief Executive Officer of Kong and Allan (Shanghai) Consulting
                                  Co. Ltd. Kong and Allan Consulting is a division of the Kong and Allan Group focused on supply chain
                                  consulting, implementation and innovations. Kong and Allan Consulting partners with mid to large
                                  Chinese and foreign companies either expanding their supply chains or improving current operations.
                                  Kong and Allan Consulting was named the 2009 Best Supply Chain Consulting Partner in Asia for
                                  inventory reductions of 32.4% in 6 months.
                                    Mr. Feuling’s experience encompasses supply chain operations in Asia and the US, including strategic
                                    sourcing and distribution planning in China, as well as supplier development in India. He brings a rich
                                    expertise in business development for early stage ventures, having worked with over 50 start-up
companies, including the founders of and Hat World, Inc. Mr. Feuling was mentored by best-selling author Jim
Collins (Built to Last and Good to Great) while working on the Measures of Success project, which has sold over 28,000 copies. This included
direct association with nonprofit organizations impacting over 287 million people worldwide. In his career, Mr. Feuling has been closely
affiliated with the nonprofit community, including work with the American Society for Quality, where he currently serves as an ASQ
Global Advisory Committee member, and the American Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai, where he is currently Vice Chairman,
Sourcing and Procurement Committee and Core Leadership Team member, Logistics and Transportation Committee. He also is
currently a Distinguished Guest Professor at the Shanghai Institute of Foreign Trade.
Mr. Feuling has written or been citied in over 45 articles including “The Rise of Global Manufacturing Competition” and “China’s
Competition for Capacity”, for publications and websites such as IndustryWeek and He has presented for over 25 logistics and
supply chain conferences in 5 countries. He was also featured on CCTV International’s Up Close.
Mr. Feuling earned his MBA from The Krannert School of Management – Purdue University with a focus on Global Strategy. He
received his BA from Bucknell University in both Economics and English, with a minor in International Relations. He currently resides
in Shanghai, China.

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