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Developing Managerial Effectiveness
This program guides managers to a better understanding of their contribution to the overall success of the organization. Participants develop an integrated approach to strategic, financial, and performance management. You will hone personal leadership, decision-making, and influence skills while maximizing the use of management systems to improve the overall success of your organization. This program is designed for managers who are directly responsible for the performance of a business unit or department as well as functional managers and those who lead in a matrix organization.
Located in Penn State Executive Programs / Events
Finance for the Non-Financial Manager
In a true hands-on learning experience, participants acquire a complete “toolbox” of accounting and financial knowledge for making decisions that affect the performance of their unit and contributes to the overall profitability of the organization. This program covers accounting basics, financial analysis and planning, strategic finance, corporate valuation, and an integrated exercise in the Smeal Trading Room. Finance for the Non-Financial Manager is designed for supervisors, general managers, and functional managers in areas such as sales, manufacturing, or engineering.
Located in Penn State Executive Programs / Events
Designing and Leading Competitive Supply Chains
Targeted for senior-level 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 Penn State Executive Programs / Events
Supply Chain Collaboration and Alignment
Program covers processes for improving internal functional alignment through sales and operations planning (S&OP) as well as ways to improve alignment externally through collaborative planning (CPFR) between trading partners.
Located in Penn State Executive Programs / Events
Enterprise Integration & Transformation: Beyond IT/Business Alignment
Enterprise Integration & Transformation: Beyond IT/Business Alignment uncovers critical enterprise principles that serve as the foundation in establishing a framework for guiding transformation efforts. The program covers how to use current theory and research, leading-edge industry experience, and proven best practices and tools to develop a transformation roadmap for effective and sustainable organizational integration and transformation
Located in Penn State Executive Programs / 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 Penn State Executive Programs / Events
Global Supply Chain Strategy & Risk Management
Discuss macroeconomic factors affecting extended supply chains. Learn techniques and strategies to deal effectively with unique managerial, cultural, and infrastructure issues associated with different geo-centers of expertise.
Located in Penn State Executive Programs / 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
Finance for the Non-Financial Manager
Participants acquire a complete “toolbox” of accounting and financial knowledge for making decisions that affect the performance of their unit and contributes to the overall profitability of the organization. This four-day program covers accounting basics, financial analysis and planning, strategic finance, and corporate valuation
Located in Penn State Executive Programs / Open-Enrollment Programs / Finance for the Non-Financial Manager
Processes and Tools for Supply Chain Success
Using the Supply-Chain Operations Reference (SCOR) Model as the thread, participants learn tools and techniques to define, analyze, and implement improvements for each major function within the supply chain. This program awards 2.4 CEUs.
Located in Penn State Executive Programs / Open-Enrollment Programs / Processes and Tools for Supply Chain Success