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DEMAND DRIVEN OPERATIONS (DDO)

The Demand Driven Operations (DDO)™ program is an eight-hour extension program available for those that have gone through DDI’s Demand Driven Planner (DDP) program.  The program assumes a deep technical knowledge of DDMRP and will address in depth the other aspects of the Demand Driven Operating Model (DDOM) including operational metrics, control point scheduling, time and capacity buffer management and the struggle between cost and flow in operations. The program offers unique content not found in the DDP or Demand Driven Leader (DDL) programs.  The program is ideal for those in an operational scheduling and/or supervisory role or those that are wishing to gain a full appreciation of the entire DDOM.

A SPECIAL OFFER

A SPECIAL OFFER FOR THOSE THAT HAVE GONG THROUGH THE DEMAND DRIVEN PLANNER (DDP) PRIOR TO 2024. YOU CAN HAVE DDO CONTENT ACCESS FOR LIFE FOR ONLY $100! SIGN INTO THE DDP CONTENT PAGE FOR MORE INFORMATION.

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Official preparatory education for the Demand Driven Operations Professional (DDOP)™ exam.

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SCHEDULED DEMAND DRIVEN OPERATIONS PROGRAMS (ONLINE AND IN-PERSON)

NOTE: Most DDO program delivery has moved to online self-study through DDI's DDO Content Access Page and the DDI Affiliate Pages. If you have a question about DDO content access please CONTACT US.

PROGRAM CONTENT AND PREREQUISITES

PROGRAM CONTENT

Module 1: Achieving a Flow-Based Operating Model

  • Part 1: The Conventionally Conflicted Operating Model

  • Part 2: Expanding the Flow Equation

  • Part 3: The Building Block of Relevant Information

  • Part 4: The DDOM Schema

Module 2: DDOM Configuration

  • Part 1: Decoupling Points Review

  • Part 2: Control Points

  • Part 3: Time and Capacity Buffering

Module 3: Demand Driven Scheduling

  • Part 1: Supply Order Generation and Resource Scheduling Overview

  • Part 2: Determining Schedule Sequence Priority

  • Part 3: Calculating Order and Material Release Schedules

Module 4: Demand Driven Operational Execution

  • Part 1: Stock Buffer Execution Review

  • Part 2: Monitoring Capacity Buffers

  • Part 3: Monitoring Time Buffers

  • Part 4: Completing the Operational Metrics Picture

Module 5: Demand Driven S&OP

  • Part 1: The Tactical Performance Objectives

  • Part 2: Tactical DDS&OP Responsibilities

  • Part 3: Completing the Tactical Picture

Program Summary

PROGRAM PREREQUISITES

Attendees of this program MUST have taken the Demand Driven Planner (DDP) program from a DDI authorized instructor.  This program assumes you have attended the Demand Driven Planner (DDP) program and that you can:

  1. Appropriately consider the placement of decoupling points

  2. Properly size and adjust DDMRP buffers

  3. Perform the net flow equation and its derivatives (e.g. prioritized share)

  4. Calculate decoupled explosion requirements

  5. Read and react to the execution status of DDMRP buffers

To attend this program you MUST be on the DDI Master Roster for the Demand Driven Planner (DDP) program.

Note: It is highly recommended that you review the latest version of the Demand Driven Planner (DDP) program on the DDP Content Access Page before attending the DDO.

ACHEIVING THE DDOP PROFESSIONAL ENDORSEMENT

The Demand Driven Operations Professional (DDOP)™ is a professional endorsement certification offered by the Demand Driven Institute, the global authority for Demand Driven education, training, certification and compliance.  The DDOP™ is earned by an individual who can analyze an environment, place control points and time and apply demand driven scheduling and execution concepts. The endorsement is intended as an extension endorsement from the DDPP™ endorsement.  For more information on the DDOP endorsement certification process visit the Demand Driven Operations Professional (DDOP)™ page.

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Demand Driven Operations and its logo is a trademark of the Demand Driven Institute.  Demand Driven Planner Professional and its logo is a trademark of the Demand Driven Institute.

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