Supply Chain Relationship Series


Wednesday, October 04, 2017



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Do you have a strategy for your supply chain? Is it aligned? Do you understand the decisions and tradeoffs? This online series and business simulation tool will help you understand how to unlock the value in your supply chain, identify and assess supply chain risks, and find the value added opportunities in logistics.

The series includes three classes: Supply Chain Management, Supply Chain Risk, and Supply Chain Logistics.

Student will receive login upon registration.

Pre-registration required.

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Individual Supply Chain Classes

Register for one class in the series or any combination of the three.

Supply Chain Management

Supply chains often accounts for 60-80% of total costs, an enormous cost deserving of more detailed, multi-year planning. This course will help you define a forward-looking strategy anticipating changing customer needs and define how the supply chain is going to evolve to meet those new requirements. Topics include supply chain reliability, batches and frequencies to sell or produce, desired speed and quality within and across the supply chain, sales and operations planning decisions, external collaboration, and KPI's (Key Performance Indicators).

Date Time
October 4–November 1, 2017 8:00am–12:00pm Register for Supply Chain Management

Supply Chain Risk

Learn the process of identifying and assessing potential risks in the supply chain, how to successfully prevent, mitigate, or recover from risk events, how to integrate risk planning into a supply chain's normal course of events, how to create your own supply risk management plan, and how to select the appropriate risk management solution for a given situation.

Date Time
January 10–February 7, 2018 8:00am–12:00pm Register for Supply Chain Risk

Supply Chain Logistics

Discover how to find the opportunities of value added in Logistics, how to identify and set up the framework of a successful logistics network, how to make cross functional decisions on categories, markets and warehouse footprint as they relate to successful logistics and ultimately having the right product, for the right customer, at the right quantity, right price, right time, right place and right condition.

Date Time
February 21–March 21, 2018 8:00am–12:00pm Register for Supply Chain Logistics


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