Business, Labor, & Industry

Search Results

Number of Programs: 4

Show expanded details Show titles only

Results per page:
  • Master Certificate in Global Supply Chain Management (Ongoing)

    Dates:

    Ongoing - online

    Location:

    Online

    Description:

    Taught by MSU’s expert faculty, this online certificate program consists of three required eight-week courses: Supply Chain Management I, Supply Chain Management II and Global Supply Chain Management (earning 10.5 total Continuing Education Units or CEUs). Taken in succession, each course builds upon the last in a step-by-step progression. This professional development series gives you the skills and knowledge to:

    • Successfully integrate procurement, operations and logistics management functions across the global supply chain
    • Implement the best supply chain design for your company to sustain its operations in the long term
    • Identify the dynamics of purchasing, procurement and sourcing activities and their impact on the supply chain as a whole
    • Become expert in performance measurement, benchmarking and assessment analysis
    • Develop inter-organizational relationships throughout the global supply chain
  • Master Certificate in Supply Chain Management & Logistics (Ongoing)

    Dates:

    Ongoing - online

    Location:

    Online

    Description:

    Michigan State’s Master Certificate in Supply Chain Management and Logistics teaches you how to reduce costs across the supply chain, driving operational excellence throughout all levels. The program provides the insight of leading global research faculty, case studies, real-world strategies and examples, as well as valuable networking opportunities. From this wealth of information and expertise, you’ll gain an integrated perspective of procurement, operations and logistics. You’ll also learn how to develop, execute and manage a comprehensive logistics and distribution strategy.

  • Mid-Michigan Value Chain Certificate Program (April - May 2017)

    Dates:

    April 12 - May 31, 2017.  Wednesdays, 2:00 pm - 6:00 pm

    Location:

    Midland Research Institute for Value Chain Creation, 715 E. Main Street, Suite 115, Midland, Michigan 48640

    Description:

    This eight-session certificate program, spread over two months, is designed to provide key insights into the latest value chain management strategies and practices. The program’s structure is based on a portion of the graduate level Supply Chain Management concentration.  Program content will be delivered through lectures, readings, class discussion, and interactive simulations conducted by full-time Broad College faculty. Value chain management case studies and applications will be liberally used throughout the sessions.

  • Supply Chain Logistics Management Executive Seminar (May 2017)

    Dates:

    May 7 - 12, 2017

     

    Location:

    James B. Henry Center for Executive Development, 3535 Forest Rd, Lansing, Michigan 48910

    Description:

    Blending a combination of academic rigor and real-world experience, the seminar is designed for experienced executives whose firms have begun or plan to implement integrated logistics within the context of an overall supply chain strategy.  Emphasis is placed on supply chain integration, performance measurement, supply chain technology and analytical applications, global operations, organizational dynamics and the lessons learned from world class logistics organizations.  The seminar also reviews best practice trends and opportunities.  The seminar faculty consists of academic and industry speakers that are thought-leaders in supply chain logistics management.

    Objectives:

    • To discuss how logistics and integrated supply chain can contribute to firm competitiveness
    • To understand how logistics theory, dynamics, structure, technology and principles can be synthesized to achieve superior supply chain and logistics performance
    • To assist managers transitioning from managing specific functional areas, such as transportation and warehousing, toward the challenges of logistics planning and operational integration
    • To identify and understand the logistics and supply challenges and trade-offs associated with global operations
Results per page: