Supply Chain Management Certificate Program

Upcoming: Wednesday, June 7, 2017 8:00am - Friday, June 9, 2017 5:00pm
1 Washington Park, 2nd Floor
Newark Campus
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Rutgers Business School’s Center for Supply Chain Management is pleased to announce a three-day certificate program developed in cooperation with leading industry experts. This exciting program covers the major aspects of supply chain management, including strategy, sourcing, procurement, logistics, operations and organizational alignment.

Learn to execute a strategic supply chain management plan that is grounded in today’s business needs for competitive effectiveness and operations efficiency.

Why this program is unique?

  • We offer a complete “end-to-end” view of SCM strategy. Sourcing and procurement, logistics, operations, strategy and organizational alignment are all included in the program.
  • This program has been crafted with a clear bias towards communicating practical lessons in supply chain strategy and implementation. Students should expect to take away actionable and proven ideas for implementation tailored to their business.
  • Rutgers faculty members, with well-established research records, have been carefully selected as seminar leaders based on their areas of expertise and experience.
  • Many of our presenters are senior corporate executives with extensive practical experience in management of the supply chain.

Program Highlights

  • Principles of supply chain strategy and linking them to business strategy
  • Why SCM must be implemented as a multifunctional process
  • Aligning resources and organizations for effective management of the supply chain
  • How to track performance over your supply chain
  • A full range of world-class SCM benefits—beyond cost reduction
  • How sourcing and procurement affect the bottom line
  • Best practices for managing your suppliers
  • The green supply chain
  • Challenges that result from the globalization of supply chains
  • Current trends in operations and logistics management
  • Transportation issues
  • How to implement strategies that help your supply chain make and deliver your products to the market faster, better and cheaper—all in a highly cost-effective manner

What makes Rutgers’ Certificate Program unique and vital?

  • We offer a complete “end-to-end” view of SCM strategy. Sourcing and procurement, logistics, operations, strategy and organizational alignment are all included in the program
  • This program has been crafted with a clear bias towards communicating practical lessons in supply chain strategy and implementation. Students should expect to take away actionable and proven ideas for implementation tailored to their business.
  • Rutgers faculty members, with well-established research records, have been carefully selected as seminar leaders based on their areas of expertise and experience.
  • Many of our presenters are senior corporate executives with extensive practical experience in management of the supply chain.
  • We emphasize the importance of implementation and the development of a personal action plan
  • Because we are part of a major research university, we can award meaningful certificates to qualified participants who successfully complete the program.

Who should take this program?

  • This Rutgers Certificate program is designed for high-potential executives, directors, and managers. Participants should have at least five years of managerial experience in a decision-making capacity in any functional area. Participants are expected to complete assigned readings and case studies. Active classroom participation is anticipated.

 

For further information or to register:
http://www.business.rutgers.edu/cscm/cp

 

Contact Information: 

For further information, please contact:
Ingrid J. Belle, MPA
Center for Supply Chain Management
Rutgers, The State University Of New Jersey
1 Washington Park, Newark, NJ 07102
P: 973-353-1218
F: 973-353-1165
ibelle@business.rutgers.edu

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