Begins 02 Nov 2020
Driving value, alignment and sustainability
Supply Chain Management蜜桃视频 is a five-day, multi-disciplinary programme designed to help you create and implement innovative strategies that can help your organisation serve customers effectively and efficiently.
We understand the challenges you face – from fast-paced globalisation, accelerating technological innovation to greater expectations of your customers. This programme is designed to address these issues through key concepts that underpin supply chain excellence. The learning is supported by three guiding principles: value, alignment and sustainability.
How you benefit
- Value. Adopt value as a guiding principle to deliver superior managerial performance with significant business impact.
- Alignment. Discover tools to align core processes for operational excellence.
- Sustainability. Understand frameworks to manage risks and opportunities for sustainable supply chain management on a global scale.
The programme is designed for managers involved in creating, optimising or redesigning a supply chain. Participants should have experience in at least one of the following areas: operations, manufacturing, logistics, procurement, information technology management, marketing, new product development or distribution. They should either be responsible for, or contribute to, the supply chain decision-making process in their company.
This programme qualifies for the INSEAD Certificate in Global Management.
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