Supply Chain Management I
About the Program
A lack of customers means a lack of business. From raw materials to distribution, it’s your job to ensure that customers are satisfied so your business can compete in today’s global marketplace. Gain an integrated view of procurement, operations and logistics management, while also learning how to manage the flow of products from sourcing and acquisition through delivery to every customer. Explore the true scope, application and definition of supply chain management with thorough lectures and real-world applications. By the end of this eight-week 100% online course, you’ll understand how each functional component and its processes become one integrated operation to satisfy your customers’ needs.
Who Should Attend this Program
This dynamic, instructor-led course is ideal for anyone who wants to expand their integrated supply chain management knowledge and skills— from analysts and managers to directors and vice presidents. Supply Chain Management I is designed to help new and seasoned professionals re-examine the foundational skills of managing an integrated supply chain, while fine-tuning their approach to complexity management.
Advanced Planning and Scheduling (APS) Overview
Business Models and Sourcing Overview
Customer Service Overview
Forecasting and Woodmere Case
Introduction to Supply Chain Management
Manufacturing and Integrated Planning
Supply Chain Globalization
Supply Chain Value and Processes