MANO HAARAN has more than 21 years of practical work experience in contracts administration, supplier management, procurement, project management, supply chain and logistics, etc. He specializes in training, facilitation and consulting to both the public and private sector in areas like Procurement Efficiencies including addressing issues of contracts administration, fraud, cost management and product life cycle management, Warehouse Management, Operations Management, Total Cost Management, Supply Chain Management, Total Logistics management, Stock Taking and Auditing,
His landmark consulting experience was designing of materials part numbering and coding systems, preparation of standards, policies and procedures for a large rail network. He was also involved as a consultant for the development of an automated business solution for a wholesale/retail stationery business with off shore branches where he was instrumental in business process analysis, process improvement, project management and eventual successful completion and commission of the system.
Mr. Haaran’s sample of illustrious clients list for training include Shell, UMW Toyota Motor, Celcom, Samsung, Proton, Colgate-Palmolive, Eon Finance, Philips, Hicom- Yamaha, Malaysian Oxygen, NEC, Petronas, General Electrics, Gamuda, Johnson & Johnson Medical, JVC, Kontena Nasional, Glaxo Wellcome, Hitachi, Hong Leong Lurssen Shipyard, National Heart Institute (IJN), Kenwood, Macfood Service, Nestle, Mattel, Matsushita Industrial Corporation, Maybank, Minolta Precision Engineering, MISC, Perwaja Steel, Seagate, Canon, BASF and UPS, Petronas Carigali, Sidel, Western Digital, Perodua, Sharp, Panasonic
He holds Masters in Business Administration (MBA) USA.
Wyndham Grand Bangsar Kuala Lumpur (Formerly Known As Pullman Bangsar Kuala Lumpur)
Jalan Pantai Baharu, Jaya Tower 3,
Phone : 03-2298 1888
Many companies are now spending a larger percentage of their revenue on products and services than they were thirty years ago. Most manufacturers spend around 60% to 70% of their revenue on the supplies that are necessary to keep their business running.
As such companies are now looking for ways to boost their bottom line through non-traditional approaches. Cutting cost and cringing on spending is no longer the only way out of the morass. New ways have to be found, tested and implemented.
A strategic approach to procurement with a win-win solution looks at cost as a responsibility of all parties involved. Identifying cost drivers in the buyer-seller relationships, reducing non-value adding activities, eliminating arbitrary costing and seeking value adding activities would result in a stronger and longer-term business relationships.
To make a significant impact to the organization’s future success, procurement’s contribution has to be reviewed for process improvement and cost efficiencies by transforming ad hoc spending into a more structured approach through contracting initiatives.
Contract management and the outsourcing of goods and services, though provides benefits, is complicated and needs close attention and scrutiny.
Business organizations are embarking on airtight agreements to eliminate risks that could be managed. A written document that precisely spells out commitments and obligations of each party in a business relationship is the norm now. This written document – a contract, is a complicated, disciplined approach to outline, identify, manage and control the business relationship for mutual benefits of all parties involved.
The document is written in precise language to avoid ambiguity and misinterpretations. Any business relationship will encounter challenging situations that may need immediate solutions. However, not all solutions will benefit everyone involved. A contract, then, has to address these and minimize risks and assign responsibilities.
COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES (CLO)
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
PARTICIPANTS WILL RECEIVE
|DAY 1 PROCUREMENT
|DAY 2 CONTRACTS