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CSCR at 2015 APICS Conference
Located in Center for Supply Chain Research / Events
Fall 2015 Supply Chain Career Fair
Located in Center for Supply Chain Research / Events
Fall 2015 Corporate Information Sessions
Located in Center for Supply Chain Research / Events
Exploring Careers in Supply Chain
Exclusive to CSCR Corporate Sponsors
Located in Center for Supply Chain Research / Events
Fall 2015 Supply Chain Leaders Forum
Located in Center for Supply Chain Research / Events
LOGISTICS: The past, present and future - 25th Annual R. Hadly Waters Supply Chain Symposium
Located in Center for Supply Chain Research / Events
Spring 2015 Corporate Sponsor Meeting
Located in Center for Supply Chain Research / 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
Achieving Supply Chain Transformation
Ideal for mid-level and senior managers responsible for leveraging supply chains for financial and service performance, this certificate-track 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. This program awards 2.4 CEUs.
Located in Penn State Executive Programs / Open-Enrollment Programs / Achieving Supply Chain Transformation
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 certificate-track program awards 2.4 CEUs.
Located in Penn State Executive Programs / Open-Enrollment Programs / Processes and Tools for Supply Chain Success