Advanced Professional Supply Chain Management Certificate
|Course name||Advanced Professional Supply Chain Management Certificate|
|Institution||University of San Francisco - School of Business and Professional Studies|
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|Course objective|| |
Develop the awareness and practical techniques you need to excel in the complex and highly competitive world of supply chain management.
|General course topics||Variety/range of logistics topics in some detail|
|Specific course topics|| |
Participants need to take: Functional Perspective of Supply Chain management, Tactical Implementation of Supply Chain management, and Strategic Best Practices of Supply Chain Management.
-Gain insights into the synergistic relationships between supply chain components and the impact of your role on the organization as a whole
-Improve the flow of information across the supply chain to facilitate channel- or system-wide initiatives
-Implement process changes to better address customer demand and optimize your supply chain
-Adapt the best practices of the world’s most successful corporations for use within your company
-Prepare for certification from leading industry organizations, including APICSSM — The Association for Operations Management and the Institute for Supply Management (ISM®)
|Focus commodity||Not indicated|
|Accredited by||Not indicated - please contact the course host for this information.|
|Degree name||Advanced Professional Certificate in Supply Chain Management|
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|Logistics Topics Coverage % (estimate)||100|
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Price for the three course package
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Discounted fees available for taking more than one package course. Take all three and save $545.
|Course included in analysis||No|
|Additional comments|| |
To get the certificate, participants need to take Functional Perspective of Supply Chain management, Tactical Implementation of Supply Chain management, and Strategic Best Practices of Supply Chain Management.