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Exam 2: Effective Supply Management Performance

2-C. Materials and Inventory Management

2-C-2 Continued

  • 6)

    Warehouse management

    • A)

      Structures

    • B)

      Storage location

    • C)

      Replenishment systems

    • D)

      Inventory classification systems

    • E)

      Cycle counting

    • F)

      Perpetual

  • 7)

    Inventory accuracy and inventory integrity

    • A)

      SKU establishment

    • B)

      Physical inventory

    • C)

      Cycle counting

    • D)

      Reconciliation

    • E)

      Shrinkage

    • F)

      Issue/Return

    • G)

      Recoup

    • H)

      Inventory consolidation

    • I)

      Security

    • J)

      Inventory policies/procedures

    • K)

      Location of materials (e.g., secure storeroom, outside yard storage, etc.)

2-C-3

Coordinate and/or monitor the movement of equip- ment and assets within the organization.

Knowledge of:

  • 1)

    Organizational policy for asset classification

  • 2)

    Physical tracking systems (e.g., bar coding, asset tags, serial numbers, RFID)

  • 3)

    Financial tracking systems

    • A)

      Capital equipment

    • B)

      Software tracking system

  • 4)

    Internal distribution (e.g., distribution channels)

    • A)

      Internal transportation

  • 5)

    Types of equipment and assets (e.g., cars, air- lines, railroads, copiers)

  • 6)

    Asset management

    • A)

      Inventory management

    • B)

      Asset recovery

2-C-4

Develop, oversee and execute multi-channel dispo- sition plan for excess inventory and finished goods.

Knowledge of:

  • 1)

    Investment recovery principals

    • A)

      Value stream mapping

    • B)

      Security of disposal

  • 2)

    Market place for disposal

    • A)

      Broker

    • B)

      Dealer

    • C)

      Third-party specialist

  • 3)

    Categories

    • A)

      Surplus

    • B)

      Obsolete

    • C)

      Damaged

2-D. Organization/Department Assessment

2-D-1

Monitor work against business plans and take action to resolve variances or adjusts plans as appropriate.

Knowledge of:

  • 1)

    Performance measurement processes

    • A)

      What to measure

    • B)

      Measurement creation

ISM CPSM Exam Specifications

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