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Essentials of Supply Chain Management
This program offers all the foundational understanding to managing effective supply chains. Learn common terminology, inventory methodologies, distribution concepts, and service performance.
Located in Center for Supply Chain Research / Events
Exploring Careers in Supply Chain
As part of CSCR's recruiting efforts, Exploring Careers in Supply Chain introduces freshman and sophomore students to supply chain and the career opportunities available in the field.
Located in Center for Supply Chain Research / Events
Fall 2014 Corporate Sponsor Meeting
CSCR Corporate Sponsors meet with the Center’s leadership team twice a year. These advisory meetings provide opportunities to review and discuss the state of the Center, future event planning, administrative matters, and the planning and debriefing of research programs. These sessions afford meaningful networking opportunities with fellow corporate sponsors, faculty and students.
Located in Center for Supply Chain Research / Events
Fall 2014 Supply Chain Career Fair
The Center for Supply Chain Research (CSCR) hosts the Supply Chain Career Fair during both fall and spring semesters at the University Park campus. The fair connects companies with students from supply chain and industrial engineering seeking permanent employment, co-ops, and internships in the supply chain field.
Located in Center for Supply Chain Research / Events
Fall 2014 Supply Chain Leaders Forum
Twice a year the Center for Supply Chain Research sponsors an invitation-only, issues discussion program called the Supply Chain Leaders Forum. The program is intended for mid to senior level supply chain managers and executives. Its purpose is to foster peer-to-peer discussions of current issues dealing with logistics and supply chain management and to seek commonalities in business practice. Themes from prior leader forums include supply chain visibility, customization, flexibility, transformation, strategy, Lean/Six Sigma, globalization, environmental sustainability, and talent development
Located in Center for Supply Chain Research / Events
Innovative Logistics - The Supply Chain Strategy Enabler
Strategic decisions determine the overall direction of a company’s supply chain, and a supply chain strategic plan is only as effective as its execution. Logistics innovation is the key to a successful supply chain strategy and ultimately a company’s business strategy. Industry leaders understand this overarching relationship. The 24th Annual R. Hadly Waters Supply Chain Symposium, Innovative Logistics – The Supply Chain Strategy Enabler, will be held on April 24th, 2014, at The Penn Stater Conference Center, University Park, PA. Join our keynote speaker, Mr. Paul Avampato, the vice president of Customer Service and Logistics in North America for Mondelez International, and industry experts for a practical discussion of their successes and perhaps some of their missteps in achieving supply chain strategy success through innovative logistics processes.
Located in Center for Supply Chain Research / Events
Processes & Tools for Supply Chain Success
Through the lens of the SCOR (Supply-Chain Operations Reference) Model, participants learn tools, techniques, and approaches to define, analyze, and implement improvements for major functions and process areas within the supply chain.
Located in Center for Supply Chain Research / Events
Processes & Tools for Supply Chain Success
Through the lens of the SCOR (Supply-Chain Operations Reference) Model, participants learn tools, techniques, and approaches to define, analyze, and implement improvements for major functions and process areas within the supply chain.
Located in Center for Supply Chain Research / Events
Processes and Tools for Supply Chain Success
Located in Research Centers / Events
Processes and Tools for Supply Chain Success
What are effective methods for Planning, Sourcing, Make, Deliver, and Return? Using the SCOR (Supply-Chain Operations Reference) Model as the thread, participants learn tools and techniques to define, analyze, and implement improvements for each major function with the supply chain.
Located in Penn State Executive Programs / Events