This course will help you develop a framework for building a competitive advantage through your supply chain. We’ll outline the scope and role of supply chain management and then dive into the major areas and processes that encompasses.
You’ll be an active participant in the class, which uses a balance of theory and applied exercises to teach important concepts. We’ll cover the following critical topics:
- Warehousing and distribution
- Customer service quality
- Information technology tools
- Environmental sustainability
- Security and compliance
- The importance and valuation of information technology investments
You’ll leave this course with a strong foundation in supply chain concepts that will translate to improved performance for your organization.
If you’re pursuing certification, a knowledge assessment (a test or other assignment) will be given after you complete the course.
Randy Bradley, Ph.D.
, Associate Professor of Supply Chain Information Management
Kenneth Petersen, Ph.D.
, Professor of Logistics and J.H. Dove Professor of Logistics
Wendy Tate, Ph.D.
, Assistant Professor of Logistics
$3,150 ($3,050 for CSCMP members; $2,677 for UT Supply Chain Forum members)
$1,575 if repeating the course
Cost of the program includes . . .
- Most meals
- Single-room hotel lodging
- On-campus transportation
- Professional education credits, where applicable
Preferred pricing is available for multiple attendees from the same organization, current students and alumni of the Executive-Level MBA programs, and individuals who qualify for our General Services Agency (GSA) tuition rates. Note: if you qualify for GSA tuition rates, meals and lodging will be billed separately.
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