Supply chain management has become one of the key drivers of competitiveness for many companies. The current crisis has highlighted the complexity and challenges of managing global supply chains, with many companies (re)discovering their dependencies on multiple layers of suppliers. Many of the accepted ‘rules’ of managing global supply chains seemingly being rewritten in the space of a few months, and mastering supply chain management is squarely on the agenda of top management.
The programme will help participants address this challenge of adapting their supply chains for this new normal.
The teaching will be complemented with use of a simulation, guest speakers, and case studies.
Our Live Online programmes offer the same quality and academic rigour associated with all Cambridge education:
Delivered by Cambridge Judge Business School’s world-class faculty – Cambridge Judge is a strong research-oriented business school with 19 research centres. All programmes are designed and led by an Academic Programme Director who is a member of Cambridge Judge faculty.
Drawing upon the strengths and resources of the wider University of Cambridge and the Cambridge ecosystem, including accessing global alumni and specialists as guest speakers
Small class sizes (maximum 30) and high levels of interaction with world-class faculty.
Emphasis on quality outcomes – we seek to monitor our delivery against the individual needs of participants. It is no accident that a little over half of our open programme participants come back to Cambridge Judge at least once, often multiple times.
Supply chain strategy
How to improve coordination and integration of core information and product flows of a supply chain
Building supply chain resilience post-crisis
Risk mitigation strategies
Digitalisation of supply chains
Supply chain mapping.
The objective of the programme is to introduce participants to the key concepts, frameworks, and practices for managing global supply chains.
Learn to adapt your supply chains in response to the “new normal”
Gain the tools to make your supply chain more resilient in times of crisis
Learn how to align your supply chain with business strategy
Build alignment at multiple levels of strategy
Understand the opportunities created by emerging digital technologies.