Understanding and Analysing a Logistics and Supply Chain Organisation Training


The training is based on the analysis of a case study: supply chain of a manufacturer distributor of office furniture.

After a reminder of the fundamentals of the supply chain, the participants must analyse the case study presented to :
• Describe the organisation;
• Identify the main dysfunctions;
• Recommend actions to reduce costs and delays.

This is done in working groups (teams) of 3 to 5 people.

Each team must present its results by explaining its method to all the participants.
The trainer then highlights the strong points of each team in order to capitalise on the methods and analysis tools that enable the raised question to be answered.


The objective of the training is two fold:
• To provide participants with a structured method for analysing the performance of a supply chain organisation in order to enable them to quickly identify major dysfunctions and the main areas for optimisation;
• To make participants aware of the main principles of management and optimisation of flows in a supply chain by understanding the interactions with all the other functions in the company.

To be defined

The training takes place over half a day (3 hours).

Intra-company training: 1 800 € excluding tax, including preparation time and feedback time with the client.

26-28, rue de Londres, 75009 Paris, France


Through its pedagogical approach, this training course is aimed at managers and members of the executive team, whatever their function (management accounting, financial management, sales and marketing management, supply chain management, human resources management, etc.)

This training is accessible to people with disabilities. Contact us beforehand to study the adaptation of the animations and supports that can be put in place.


This course does not request any particular prerequisites.

Method and means

The training is provided on our premises for inter-company training.
We provide :
• Equipped room: video projector, flip-chart;
• Simulation game supports and objects representing the products;
• Theoretical training materials;
• Calculations of the results of the game sessions on computer.

The training can also be delivered in-company at the client’s premises (or on request at our premises).

Number of participants

The number of participants can vary from 4 to 20.


Inter-company training: Registration on www.cabinetleon.com
In-company training: Please send your request to contact@cabinetleon.com

Training Performance Rate

 This course was added to our catalogue in 2023.

Assessment methods

Trainees are assessed by observation and discussion throughout the course.
A certificate is issued to each participant at the end of the course, with 3 possible levels:
A – Knowledge mastered,
B – Knowledge acquired,
C – Knowledge not acquired.


Jacques Fougerousse

Jacques has over 35 years of experience:
• As industrial and supply chain director in large international industrial and distribution companies, such as Showroomprive.com; Samsung; Invivo; Verallia; Goodyear Dunlop; BaByliss…
• In supply chain and industrial management consulting for Ernst & Young.

Jacques designed this training to increase the level of maturity of company players in their understanding of their supply chain and to facilitate the implementation of transformation projects.

This training has also been delivered in several schools and training organisations such as ISLI, INSEEC, ENSA Montpellier…

Jacques is an engineer from Arts et Métiers (ParisTech) and holds a Master’s degree in Flow Management from ISLI (Kedge Bordeaux) as well as a Master’s degree in General Management from ESSEC.

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