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Transportation Operations & Sourcing - NEW
This program offers the foundational understanding to manage transportation operations. Learn common terminology, methods to effectively manage transportation operations and source carriers and third party providers to reduce transportation cost and maintain or increase service levels.
Located in Center for Supply Chain Research / Events
Supply Chain Analytics - NEW
This two-day program will provide participants with a “how-to” approach to logistics and supply chain performance measurement, by developing the ability to analyze pertinent operational data.
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
Aligning Supply Chain Organizations
This program covers improvement opportunities for internal process alignment as well as externally through key strategies between trading partners.
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
Spring 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. The next sponsor meeting will be April 22 and 23, 2014, at University Park. The meeting will be a half day on April 22nd and a full day on April 23rd. CSCR is celebrating its 25th year in 2014, and we want to include our sponsors' input for the Center's long-term strategic plan. Attendance by a representative of each member company is strongly encouraged.
Located in Center for Supply Chain Research / Events
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
Achieving Supply Chain Transformation
Ideal for mid-level and senior managers responsible for leveraging supply chains for financial and service performance, this program delivers an in-depth understanding of adaptive supply chain management through the pico tm business model. Participants will learn a unique step-by-step methodology of strategies and techniques for supply chain innovation and transformation.
Located in Center for Supply Chain Research / Events
Supply Chains & Emerging Technology
The once autonomous supply chain has evolved into a complex, global entity. Technology has expedited this evolution by enhancing the ability to collaborate, communicate, predict and innovate. Emerging technology will continue to effect change and supply chain transformation with the advancement of such platforms as mobile, social, cloud, 3D printing, etc. Join the Center for Supply Chain Research and our guest Program Director, Irvin Grossman, Vice President of Operations, Chainalytics, on March 18-19, 2014, at the Penn Stater Conference Center, University Park, PA, for the Spring 2014 Supply Chain Leaders Forum: Supply Chains and Emerging Technology for an engaging conversation with academics and industry experts.
Located in Center for Supply Chain Research / Events
Developing Strategic Supply Chain Leaders
Targeted for executives charged with design and orchestration of complex supply chain systems. Participants learn practices that enhance supply chain speed, flexibility, and competitive differentiation
Located in Center for Supply Chain Research / Events