Supply Chain Management (SCM)

iMocha
Assessment

The Supply Chain Management (SCM) assessment is a premium Cybrary assessment created by iMocha. This assessment helps students access their Supply Chain Management skills in the areas of process planning, quality control, forecasting, and sourcing. The exam also targets a student's practical understanding of topics such as Master Scheduling, Produc...

Time
20 minutes
Difficulty
Intermediate
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Overview

The Supply Chain Management (SCM) Assessment will help expand learners’ knowledge of the acquisition and procurement lifecycle process as well as assess their knowledge in applying analytical methods that support planning processes implemented to validate business strategies and courses of action. Learners will also assess their skills in identifying and analyzing hidden patterns and relationships within trending data sources.

By achieving proficiency in these areas, learners demonstrate the ability to dissect a problem and investigate in detail the interrelationships between data sets that may seem unrelated. This knowledge is essential to the work role(s) of Supply Chain Management Consultant, Supply Chain Management Specialist, Supply Chain Management Executive, and Supply Chain Management Analyst.

Upon completion of this lab, learners will be able to identify areas of opportunity within the SCM platform.

What is Covered on the SCM Assessment?

This assessment is an exam, which focuses on determining your knowledge of SCM. Although taking the test will not develop your knowledge, you can use the assessment to gain a better understanding of your proficiency as it relates to the SCM environmental framework. The objectives covered in the exam will help you assess a variety of tasks related to supply chain performance and improvement.

The supply chain management assessment covers topics that relate to knowing the acquisition and procurement lifecycle process. This knowledge is important to the Supply Chain Management Executive, IT Project Manager, Program Manager, and Product Support Manager work roles.

The supply chain management assessment covers topics that relate to having skills in applying analytical methods that support planning processes implemented to validate strategies and courses of action. This skill is important to the Supply Chain Management Specialist, Supply Chain Management Consultant, Cyber Intel Planner, Cyber Ops Planner, and Partner Integration Planner work roles.

The supply chain management assessment also covers topics that relate to identifying and analyzing hidden patterns and relationships within trending data sources. This skill is important to the Supply Chain Management Analyst and Data Analyst work roles.

By completing the supply chain management assessment assessment, you will gain a better understanding of your knowledge about the SCM platform and systems. Working with SCM will help you gain knowledge of supply chain distribution, the acquisition and procurement lifecycle process, analyze methods that support planning processes implemented to validate strategies and courses of action, identify and analyze hidden patterns and relationships within trending data sources, and work toward developing the ability to dissect a problem and investigate in detail the interrelationships between data sets that may seem unrelated. These skills are important to several company work roles, including SCM Consultant, SCM Specialist, SCM Executive, SCM Analyst, IT Project Manager, Program Manager, Product Support Manager, Cyber Intel Planner, Cyber Ops Planner, Partner Integration Planner, and Data Analyst.

Assess SCM Skills with Cybrary

The supply chain management assessment is presented by Cybrary and was created by iMocha. This lab assesses learners’ skills and abilities as they relate to the SCM platform in the areas of process planning, quality control, forecasting, and sourcing from suppliers. By completing the lab, learners can identify areas of strengths, gaps in knowledge, and skill level within supply chain management.

Click on the supply chain management assessment to assess your knowledge of the SCM platform.