Institute of Management Technology, Ghaziabad

 


Centre for Global Supply Chain Management

 
Indian organization need to adopt effective supply chain practices in order to be competitive and face the challenges of the 21st century. The Global Centre for Supply Chain Management has been established in response to the need felt for ensuring sustained competitiveness of Indian industry in this rapidly globalising economy.

The Centre has been set up by the Institute of Management Technology (IMT), Ghaziabad, India on Supply Chain for Global Competitiveness in which issues related to supply chain strategy, best practices, customer centricity, partnership, inventory management, and information management would be highlighted and deliberated upon with the support of industry and academic community across the globe.

The Centre identifies strategic direction for organizations to harness the benefits of Supply Chain Management and to achieve stated corporate goals. It provides an environment to model, analyse, and design supply chain processes - both operational and strategic there by making the organization globally competitive in the present knowledge-based economy.

The Vision

The vision of the Centre of Global Supply Chain Management is to act as a knowledge and information resource to improve the way of procurement of the raw components of a product or service, its manufacture and deliver to customers.

The Mission

The Mission of the Centre is to identify, propagate, disseminate exciting challenges of supply chain management that affect the long and short-term profitability of an organisation.

The Objectives of the Centre
  • To identify a strategic direction for organizations to harness the benefits of Supply Chain Management and to achieve stated corporate goals.
  • To provide an environment to model, analyse, and design supply chain process - both operational and strategic.
  • To evaluate Supply Chain processes using pilot implementation with the help of information management tools.
  • To optimize supply chain process, thereby making the organization globally competitive in the present knowledge-based economy.
The Centre strives to provide education and career development programmes that enhance career opportunities in the area of supply chain management as well as promote involvement of individuals with the broadest possible backgrounds in its programmes and activities, thereby assuming that the organizations benefit from the diversity of its members.