The SCOR model and Learn How to Source
Introduction to SCOR model, a model which define a supply structure along with supply chain metrics and scorecards, used to evaluate performance and identify areas for improvement.
SCOR is Supply Chain Operations Reference model.
SCOR was developed by a management consulting firm, PRTM, which became PricewaterhouseCoopers, and AMR research, which became part of Gartner. SCOR was endorsed by the Supply Chain Council (SCC), an independent non-profit organization that represented the interests of supply chain practitioners. In 2014, the SCC merged with the American Production and Inventory Control Society (APICS), changing its name to ASCM in 2018.
But what is SCOR and how do the knowledge provided at Learn How to Source correlate to the SCOR Model. Learn more in this introduction level course.
This course do not contain any specific procurement knowledge. The purpose of the course is to position the knowledge provided by LHTS in a wider context.
Introducing Learning Objectives.
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Introducing the Score model
Connection SCOR, Procurement and Learn How to Source
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