THE FORTUNE 500 CERTIFICATION
PROGRAM OF CHOICE™
CERTIFIED PURCHASING & SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGER
THE WORLD’S MOST ADVANCED, INTERACTIVE AND PRESTIGIOUS PURCHASING & SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATION TRAINING SYSTEM
Next cohort starts :April 24 -02 May, 2022
Limited no. of seats available
Program Duration : 8 days
4 hours live session / day
30.00 Contact hours and get awarded 3.00 Continuing Education Units
“Endorsed by Harvard University Supply Chain Instructor”
“The CPSCM™ Certification is an absolute game changer, and is by far the most valuable Purchasing & Supply Chain Management certification program available today.”
Professor Zal Phiroz, Supply Chain Management Instructor
Revolutionary approach to Procurement & Supply Chain Management that you need to discover today.
Watch video training of the “The CPSCM™ Transformational Model” FREE. ($300 value)
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Become a Top 1% Procurement Leader
The CPSCM™ – THE Fortune 500 Certification Program of Choice™ is originally approved by The prestigious University of Houston (UoH), and accredited by the globally recognized Purchasing and Supply Chain Management Institute (CA, USA). CPSCM™ is the only cohort based certification program in its field that is focused on transformation instead of baseline understanding and memorization.
The procurement profession is burdened with legacy practices and suboptimal processes and results. While existing certification programs are very solid, informational, and well respected, they fail to recognize the transformation required to move the procurement profession forward, from being treated as a cost center to being and being perceived as a Value Added Center of Profit inside the company. This same transformation opportunity presents itself to individual who pursue this program, helping put them on the CPO fast track.
The CPSCM™ Graduation Program is for experienced practitioners and those who are in senior leadership positions. Everything learnt will be actionable immediately, with templates, process steps and examples to get your organization going. You will know exactly how to drive these strategies yourself, and will know how to drive them in your organization. This is not something that can be taught in any other seminar or certification series, nor should you be obtaining those other certification by ordering and reading books and taking exams.
Build an inner circle that makes a difference.
CPSCM™ is a high trust hiring network. The community is the 2nd top most flair at CPSCM™ after classroom learning!
The Top 1% call CPSCM™ home!
The CPSCM™ fam is the most actionable, high-functioning and motivated peer group that you’ll ever come across. This is the inner circle professionals wish they had.
As a thirty year Purchasing and Supply Chain Management Veteran, most recently as Sr. VP of Supply Chain at Google, I can say that the CPSCM certification is The cream of the crop.
Tim Shiple – Former Senior Vice President of Supply Chain at
The most powerful and insightful focus areas include
~ Omid Ghamami
~ Omid Ghamami
HERE IS JUST A GLIMPSE OF SOME OF THE HUNDREDS OF COMPANIES WHO HAVE HAD THEIR EMPLOYEES TRAINED ON EXCLUSIVE CONTENT FROM OUR CPSCM™ CERTIFICATION PROGRAM
Your Career And Income Trajectory Will Catapult
You’re going to learn the proprietary training from whom has been called upon to speak to the 50 Chief Purchasing Officers of the United States (with a collective $3.2 Trillion US budget!) and Harvard University’s world renowned Supply Chain Management program.
Complacency is the biggest threat to your career. Invest in your career now… or you can always keep doing what you’ve always been doing
Here’s what you are likely looking forward to in your career in procurement if you keep doing what you always have been doing: You will be part of the 95% in procurement who start and stay in the lower ranks and live mostly in frustration because they can’t stop spinning their wheels.
Lack of sufficient preparation for high stakes negotiations. Rogue customers that do what they want and get away with it by calling procurement a “road block”. Tough contracts and slow legal departments. Suppliers that can’t perform right to save their life. Thankless managers who burden you with administrative responsibilities and wonder why you don’t get strategic results. Internal Auditors that have to find something to report. 3% raises year after year. Hearing everyone talk about supply chain management but having no clue what to do about it. 80% or more of every day spent on unplanned activities (“fire fighting”) that don’t count as accomplishments on your status report or your performance review. No budget for training and lack of internal training resources. Less headcount but more expectations: small and diverse businesses, green business, and many flavor of the month programs that management dreams up or agrees to.
Have you experienced everything above? Is this you? Is this what you signed up for in Supply Chain? Is this how you want to spend your career?
BOTTOM LINE: IF YOU KEEP DOING THE SAME THINGS OVER AND OVER AND HOPE FOR DIFFERENT RESULTS, YOUR CAREER WILL STAGNATE
Flipkart on Competitors View CPSCM™ Certification
procurement & negotiation transformation
Vice President at Tresvista Analytics on CPSCM™
CPSCM™ is part of my daily routine for the past 8 days
Sr. Procurement Manager, Becton Dickinson
An experienced procurement leader needs to undergo CPSCM™ to become a perfectionist
Why can't you perform best during supplier meetings? Strategic Sourcing Manager
CPSCM™ Review-Head Procurement
This is the worlds best procurement and negotiations certification
Veerha Prabhu CPSCM™
Group Manager Vendor Development, Royal Enfield
Interview: Competitors View
Sriram Satish CK CPSCM™
Director Global Supply Chain, Flowserve India
CPO Asia, Capgemini Technology, Review - Competitors View, CPSCM™
Sam Thomas Samuel CPSCM™
SR. Specialist Technical Contract Management, Ooredoo
Vinod Kumar Sharma CPSCM™
Madhu Shekhar Patil CPSCM™
SR. Sourcing Manager, Swiss Re
Abhishek Mathur CPSCM™
Global Procurement Leader, Cisco
Rajesh Manickam CPSCM™
Director Global Strategic Sourcing, VMware
Ayanish Sen CPSCM™
GM Procurement, CEAT Kelani International Tyres
Ramesh Vaakkiel CPSCM™
Director Business Operations, CommScope
Oliver Thomas Paul CPSCM™
Procurement Manager, Sika India Pvt Ltd
Ankur Bhargava, Global Procurement Manager, Cisco
Review - Competitors View, CPSCM™
Naveenkumar Chamarajanagar Subbaraju CPSCM™
Supply Chain Manager, Alstom Group
Tarun Dora, Director Sourcing
Husqvarna India Products, Review - Competitors View, CPSCM™
Dinesh Lakshmanan CPSCM™
Director Procurement, Honeywell Technology
My investment in this procurement negotiation certification has succeeded beyond (all) expectations
Brij Jiwan Lal CPSCM™
Vice President, EDAC
The CPSCM™ Reviews
“Every class you get to learn something new. The best course I have attended in my 25 plus years of experience.”
Senior Director Procurement, Flipkart
“It is a very required course for any senior management-purchasing professional and implement such practices very rigorously. We are
doing many things but not in a structured way, this program will help us to do it in a
structured way and gain more.”
Global Purchasing & Category, Rolls Royce
“Great Advanced Information, Helped a lot. Great Job. Great Practical Implementation Approach in the training system. Keep it up!
Procurement Head, FIS Global
“Great Forum, Excellent Set Up, A Pure learning Platform, Need to know more about Team View and their other offerings for our Organization. GREAT Experience!”
Anant Pratap Singh
Associate Director - Global Procurement, IBM
“The session was well planned and structured and Competitors View were very responsive on queries asked. Some great insights and examples of real life was shared which were very beneficial.“
Procurement Operations Head, Diageo
“I only know 10% what I was doing till date. But after attending this session I learned how it is necessary to apply all learnings and leverage the same to obtain best results which will be fruitful for company’s and my career.”
Procurement & Purchase, Schlumberger INDIA Technolgy Center
Pankaj Kumar Sinha
Function Head Procurement, Wipro Limited
Anil Kumar Chittalam
Strategic Sourcing Manager, Hewlett Packard Enterprises
Senior Director, Flex
Head SCM, Ferring Therapeotics Pvt Ltd
VP Procurement, Netmagic IT Services Pvt Ltd
Director Inventory Planning, Target Corp
Head Procurement -South Asia , Linde
Global Business Travel Leader, Lowe’s INDIA
Head Procurement(T&D), Bajaj Electricals Ltd
About Your Instructor
"The Godfather Of Negotiation Planning"-Intel Corp
Omid is known as the most trusted, sought after Purchasing and Negotiations trainer in the world. He is famous for creating paradigm shifts in the way Purchasing and Negotiations are done without resorting to the old, status quo methods that have resulted in purchasing being an overhead function instead of a Value Added Center of Profit.
Omid Ghamami is CEO & Chairman of the Board at The Center For Purchasing & Supply Chain Management Excellence, the world’s most powerful and prestigious purchasing and supply chain management Certification Institute. Since 1995, he has taught thousands of hours of courses, workshops, and seminars in 21 different countries on topics related to the entire spectrum of purchasing, supply chain management, purchasing contract law, negotiations, and supplier management. He has trained all 50 Chief Purchasing Officers of the United States, been published in global journals including Fortune Magazine, published best selling purchasing and negotiations books, has presented by request to Harvard University’s Supply Chain Management program many times, and has worked with over 50% of the Fortune 100.
Omid's competitive edge is not only deep and rich purchasing knowledge, but also a transformational teaching style that focuses on revamping how purchasing is done from the bottom up, such that purchasing organizations and professionals slash the amount of time they spend on non-value added activities by 75%or more, and shift focus to more strategic and value added activities that catapult individual and departmental results.
CPSCM™ Course Curriculum
a) The importance of the pre-negotiation planning phase
b) Real authority vs. apparent authority and purchasing implications
c) Purchasing vs. Legal vs. Finance
d) Managing hybrid purchasing roles (strategic/tactical)
e) Generating purchasing strength across multiple business units and geos
f) The supplier's role in consolidating business opportunities
a) Competition vs. long term relationships
b) Managing sole/single source for decreased TCO & risk
c) Harnessing supplier best practices
d) Thinking and practicing supply chain management for TCO e) Expenditure forecasting methods & vendor liability management
a) The influence vs. position power continuum
b) The dynamics of intrinsic vs. extrinsic motivation
c) The role of listening and engaging d) Differentiating Win/Win from Win/Lose
a) The power of asking questions
b) Counter-intelligence information gathering c) Developing a concession matrix 50
d) Defining objectives and Win/Win Negotiationsfication
e) Supplier information gathering to ensure negotiation success
f) Calling the supplier's bluff-knowing if they can walk from the deal
a) Best in class behavioral negotiation tactics - review powerful "tool-kit" with components that can be referenced and used for varying negotiation situations
a) Assembling the team and setting expectations
b) Influencing management, internal customers, and stake holders on the negotiating plan
c) Do's and Don'ts of negotiation preparation
a) Data based negotiation practices defined
b) Behavioral based negotiation practices defined
c) Supply Chain Management TCO practices
a) Defining various cost components
b) Acquisition cost vs total cost examples and key issues
c) The contract as a means of allocating risk and how to manage and minimize total cost exposure
d) Defining and managing direct savings, indirect/soft savings, and cost avoidance
e) Review of financial cost factors and types in analysis
f) Benchmarking - when to use, how to use, where to obtain
g) effective development and utilization of Supplier Cost Models
h) Total Cost Modeling - capturing parameters, developing and using effectively
a) Managing supply chain costs
b) Removing costs vs. reducing costs
c) Business models for implementation
a) Opening & Bottom Line Positions in Negotiations - data based methodology
a) What a contract is, how it is formed
b) Who can form acontract
c) What forms a contract cantake
d) Uniform Commercial Code overview
e) Why corporate purchasing agents need to understand contract
a) A contract as a means of allocating risk b) A contract as a means of allocating TCO
c) Integration of T's & C's into the fabric of overall negotia tions contract law
a) In depth review of all standard Ts & Cs for goods and services agreements
1. What they mean
2. How they can be modified
3. TCO implications 4. Risk implications
5. Common vendor tactics
6. Common purchasing agent errors
7. Purchasing agent strategies for negotiating contract terms
8. Ensuring best in class TCO through contract terms
a) Document management and sharing practices
b) Recognition and management of breach
c) Use of the contract for supplier managementficatio
a) Review of real-world contract that resulted in serious problems for purchasing agent who signed it.
I. Supplier manageme definition and where it starts
II. Strategic sourcing, ABC approach, and where supplier management energies should be spent
III. Shift in mindset #1: Buying RESULTS, not resources, and how this changes everything in supplier management
IV. Shift in mindset #2: spending more focus up front, to save time andproduce far improved TCO on the back end
V. Establishing a mission for the purchase or for business with existing supplier
VI. Key cross-functional objectives for the purchase or for existing supplier VII. Expected supplier results required to enable and achieve mission & objectives
VIII. The contract as a living tool to manage supplier perfor performance through adversity & prosperity
IX. Embedding expectations in contract to ensure expecta tions, prevention of excursion, & remedy of excursion
X. Establishing results based (not resources based) metrics in the contract
XI. Methodologies to monitor, measure, provide feedback, and drive continuous improvement XII. Balanced score card development and making supplier accountable for performance AND tracking
XIII. Supplier business reviews - what, where, who, when, why, and how
XIV. Key notchas in sunnlier management.
Who Should Attend ?
Attendance is a must for Directors, VPs, MDs, General Managers, Team Leads, Heads and Senior Managers of the following departments/divisions but not limited to:
Supply Chain, Procurement, Purchasing, Logistic, Sourcing, Supply, Buyer, Category/Materials, Legal, Contracts
Also Attend If You Are:
End user and engineering teams – because the program will focus on how to take cost out of the equation (in the product or service design itself) before the team ever go out to bid – which requires end user and engineering involvement. The program will examine the roles/responsibilities on the negotiation on team which they will be a part of. It will cover how to engage with these teams early to get better purchasing results, and finally walk the participant through how to redefine what is being purchased in terms of desired performance results which typically, only the end users can illustrate. End users are used to telling the organization what goods and services they want to buy and then often complain about the performance results.
Frequently Asked Questions
The CPSCM™ council maintains a strict (but reasonable) set of criteria that needs to be met in order for admission.
Here it is:
- This program is not for beginners or those new to purchasing or procurement, a minimum 07 years of relevant experience is a must. These materials were researched and designed to benefit the industry purchasing veteran – one who is familiar with the primary terms, has ideally had at least seven – ten years progressively increasing purchasing related experience, and preferably has a bachelor’s degree in a business related discipline (economics, business, management, etc).
- You must be committed to driving and practicing excellence in the purchasing profession. To uphold the value and industry recognition of this certification, you must commit to Purchasing & Supply Chain Management excellence …otherwise there’s no point in getting Certification.If you meet these criteria, then we’d be delighted to have you join us, as it is our goal that you obtain the maximum benefit from the game changing program.
A virtual classroom is a LIVE online face-to-face teaching in a classroom setup that allows participants to communicate with one another, view presentations or videos, interact with other participants, and engage with resources in work groups as guided by the course master.
The entire session will be delivered real time and live. There are no traditional recorded sessions.
The 2022 CPSCM™ Live online batch will be segmented into several 4.0 – 4.5 hour sessions, instead of whole days. To accommodate students across the United States & Asia, class begins each morning at 8:30AM IST. Each class runs for four (4) hours each day with at least one break during that time. The program runs for eight (8) half-days over two weeks as follows:
Times shown are IST.
Monday 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Tuesday 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Wednesday 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Thursday 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Saturday 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM
(No class on Sunday)
Monday 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Tuesday 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM
7. And when you’re done, you can proudly display that you are one of the purchasing and supply chain management elite, learning not from books, but straight from a purchasing master.
8. Graduation ceremony and closing session.
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