This training is designed for professional Multi-national company Directors, Managers, Supervisors, Professionals for; Purchasing, Supply Chain, Materials Management, Operations,
This training is to familiarize or broaden participants with the key basic elements of effective negotiations and enhance participative skills to make measurable company goals and objectives contributions. Using demonstrated proven practices and process, topics will include when, why, what, when and how to conduct individual and team negotiations.
Certification for "Mastering Global Negotiations Training"
Day 1 1. Key Negotiation Elements Introduction to four key steps that dictate the negotiation process, factors that require preparations for negotiations to include use of the internet and when to close the deal.
2. Case Study Case study is designed to allow an opportunity to utilize negotiation elements and the opportunity to critique why these elements are important.
3. Buyer Traits Required The topic covers the skills necessary to influence a positive outcome that is acceptable by both parties.
4. Win-Win Negotiations A discussion involving the philosophy of Win-Win, Win-Lose and Lose-Lose
5. Sellers VS Buyers Market How to determine whether the market is a “buyer’s” or “seller’s” market and what reactions are required to accommodate negotiations preparations and planning.
6. Cross Functional Team Negotiations Covers the items to look at when conducting cross functional team negotiations. The minimal considerations will be listed and what actions should be taken to ensure favorable results.
7. Case Study (Team-video taped) A purchasing and sales department negotiate to find a solution for a complex challenge considering their long term relationship and market conditions.
1. Global Negotiations A look at key factors when participating in global negotiations, i.e., culture, customs, language, time zone, etc. considerations.
2. Case Study Situation presented for resolution will task participant to use approaches that cover key factors covered.
3. Negotiations with a Chinese Supplier A list of elements that make dealing with a Chinese supplier unique. Items listed are composite of lessons learned during long term study of differences in local suppliers compared to international suppliers.
4. Case Study Real case study resolution challenge involving differences in local culture, geographic locations and logistics.
5. Why Negotiations Fail A prioritized list of what causes negotiations to fail along with recommendations that will prevent that from occurring.
6. Cost Analysis Negotiations A high level look at cost formulas that will go into cost of goods sold.
7. Case Study (Team) Case will demonstrate the importance of knowing some basic knowledge of cost and how to analyze when looking at quotations.
8. Negotiations Check list Review of a list (laminated hand out) that participants can use whenever preparing for negotiations. Included will be the minimum focus. All items listed will be covered during this two day training session
9. Wrap Up A review of 2 day training and opportunity for additional questions, answers and comments.
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Summary of Experience
? President, Inter-Conn ? Vice President, NSI ? Vice President, Simmons ? Director of Procurement, Covad Communications ? Director of Materials, NEC ? Director of Materials, Avis Industries ? Director of Materials & Far East Procurement, TRW ? Senior Advisor, Supply Chain, Unisys
Mr. Kelley has over 30 years of key leadership roles with multi-national companies. His responsibilities covered Sourcing, Purchasing, Supply Chain, Operations, Materials, Finance, Customer Service, Strategic Planning, Logistics, Quality Assurance and Information Systems. International business experience spans nine countries in the Far East, five countries in Europe, as well as Mexico and Canada.
China experience ? Leading C.P.M. instructor in China ? First C.P.M. to actually work & live in China ? Over 20 years working with Chinese suppliers ? Managed Chinese Sourcing/Purchasing staff
Professional Attainment / Education Background ? Lifetime Certified Purchasing Manager (C.P.M.) ? Certified Production and Inventory Manager (CPIM). ? President of a NAPM Chapter ? Vice President of an APICS Chapter ? Founder/President of IPMA-Taipei ? Bachelor of Science degree in Business ? participated in over 25 accredited professional/international business courses
Accomplishments His accomplishments are recognized in national publications. He has taught professional development courses while affiliated with the National Association of Purchasing Management (NAPM), the American Production Inventory Control Society (APICS) and the University of Virginia. He is recognized as a subject matter expert in eProcurement and multi-cultural business transactions. His commentaries have been highlighted in Fortune 200 company articles..
本课程名称：Mastering Global Negotiations Public Training Program