Today’s world is characterized by dynamic changes at increased rate that greatly affects organizations and businesses especially SMEs. SMEs are particularly vulnerable to radical changes such as natural and man-made disasters and thus, needs to be more resilient and agile to survive. Physical and financial loss may be impossible to recover, but can be anticipated and controlled with proper management. The essence of resiliency capacity of supply chain means the ability of value chain systems to flexibly minimize the impact of any disruptions and to hasten the recovery from the aftermath of its occurrence.
The Asian Productivity Organization (APO), in cooperation with the Development Academy of the Philippines (DAP), is implementing a self-learning e-course to discuss and explain the significance and ramification of supply chain resilience in organizations.
Target participants are supply chain managers of SMEs and other relevant private/public entities, practitioners having exposure to supply chain disruptions.
The structured self-learning e-course will be implemented through the APO’s dedicated e-learning website: http://www.eapo-tokyo.org. The participants can register on this website and create their own accounts. Ongoing registration is continuing until 31 December 2018.
As the National Productivity Organization, the DAP invites the public to register and participate in this FREE learning opportunity.
Participants who pass the final exam will earn an e-Certificate courtesy of the Asian Productivity Organization (APO), and will also be given preference, on a merit basis, for selection to attend the follow-up face-to-face multi-country APO project, subject to nomination requirements.
For more information, please refer to the poster advertisement or contact the APO/DAP Secretariat at tel. no. 631-2143, 631-0921 local 110/107 or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. Attn. Mr. Michael Del Mundo or Ms. Bonna Frias. Other details can also be found at the website: http://www.eapo-tokyo.org (APO);
Note: Participants from non-APO member countries are welcome to take the course, but will not be provided certificate.