Supply Chain Management
Our non-credit, professional development programs are presented in partnership with the Center for Supply Chain Research and co-sponsored by the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals.
By attending multiple supply chain programs, you can earn a Professional Certificate in Supply Chain Operations, Management, or Leadership. certificate opportunities. Note: Programs do not fulfill requirements for any supply chain degree program.about our
March 3-5, 2015
September 15-17, 2015
Hone practices that enhance supply chain speed, flexibility, and competitive differentiation.
March 24-26, 2015
October 20-22, 2015
Employ a unique step-by-step methodology of strategies and capabilities for supply chain innovation and transformation.
April 21-23, 2015
November 3-5, 2015
Discover tools and techniques to define, analyze, and implement improvements for each major function within the supply chain through the lens of the Supply-Chain Operations Reference (SCOR®) Model.
April 28-30, 2015
October 6-8, 2015
Learn common terminology, inventory methodologies, distribution concepts, and service performance tactics.
May 5-6, 2015
October 13-14, 2015
Improve supply chain performance through integrated business management and strategic partnerships.
May 7-8, 2015
October 15-16, 2015
Develop knowledge of basic principles in purchasing and the drivers that create competitiveness.
May 19-20, 2015
October 20-22, 2015
Inventory management may be the most important "lever" in the supply chain area that can affect overall corporate profitability. This program strengthens the understanding of foundational concepts and the contextual knowledge to drive improvements.
May 21-22, 2015
November 19-20, 2015
Acquire a primary understanding of fulfillment operations from forecasting thru delivery. Beyond basic terminology and underlying processes, you'll learn best practices for effective fulfillment management.
June 9-10, 2015
October 29-30, 2015
Learn common terminology and methods to effectively manage transportation operations, source carriers, and third party providers to reduce transportation cost and maintain or increase service levels.
June 11-12, 2015
October 27-28 2015
Learn a “how-to” approach for using pertinent operational data to analyze and improve logistics and supply chain performance.
In a "custom-only" delivery format, participant organizations learn a systemic approach for applying Lean thinking to supply chain challenges for improved work teams, elimination of waste, and speed and efficiency.