Global Supply Chain Management Program

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Program Topics

This six-week program includes the following modules:

Who Is This Program For?

The Global Supply Chain Management Program is designed to provide fresh insights into a rapidly changing supply chain ecosystem—and help translate those insights into action. This course is for people who:

  • Seek to identify trends, new avenues, and opportunities to reinvent your organization's present global supply chain management

  • Are interested in learning the competitive advantages of socially and environmentally sustainable supply chains and incorporating them into their corporate strategies

  • Want to adopt an analytical approach to improving supply chain efficiency and creating better business output

  • Are looking to bring about a digital transformation in their organization's supply chain management techniques and processes

Program Features

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Root Beer Game

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Risk Management Maturity Model

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Decision Tree Model

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Strategic Fit Framework

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Global Supply Chain Analytics Framework

Case Studies

Global Supply Chain Management Program draws on real-world case studies to illustrate how organizations are actually meeting the challenges of a volatile, interconnected global supply chain.

Featured case studies include:

Zara

Zara

This apparel retailer resolved supply chain challenges that resulted from integrating ecommerce with its traditional sales channels.

Tetra Pak

Tetra Pak

This packaging supplier and equipment vendor made supply chain digitalization a key component of its digital transformation program.

SolarBack

SolarBack

This global company solved sourcing challenges involving innovative photovoltaics for its product line.

Program Experience

Live Sessions

Live Sessions

Gauge your progress with a live faculty check-in.

Guest Speakers

Guest Speakers

Hear from global experts on today's most pressing supply chain challenges.

Discussions

Discussions

Exchange insights with other participants each week and apply what you've learned to real-world scenarios.

Industry Examples

Industry Examples

Examine case studies of how successful organizations are adapting to an ever-changing global supply chain.

Polls

Polls

Get a panoramic view of the perspectives, assumptions, and pain points that fellow participants are experiencing.

Simulations

Simulations

Gain insights into supply chain dynamics by playing the Root Beer Game.

Program Faculty

GAD ALLON
GAD ALLON

Jeffrey A. Keswin Professor; Professor of Operations, Information and Decisions; Director, Jerome Fisher Program in Management & Technology, the Wharton School

Gad Allon teaches courses on scaling operations and operations strategy and has been an innovative leader in many educational technology initiatives. He is the co-founder of F...

SANTIAGO GALLINO
SANTIAGO GALLINO

Charles W. Evans Distinguished Faculty Scholar; Associate Professor of Operations, Information and Decisions, The Wharton School

Santiago Gallino studies both digital transformation and supply chain issues in retail. Professor Gallino has researched with and consulted for numerous organizations. In his ...

Guest Speakers

JUN LI
JUN LI

Associate Professor of Technology and Operations; Michael R. and Mary Kay Hallman Fellow, Stephen M. Ross School of Business

Jun Li is an associate professor of technology and operations at the University of Michigan's Ross School of Business. She conducts research on empirical operations management...

DOUG FREEMAN
DOUG FREEMAN

Outdoor Industry and Apparel Expert

Doug Freeman has more than 30 years of experience in global supply chain operations management. He served as Sourcing Manager, Asia, at Patagonia before becoming the organizat...

EDWIN KEH
EDWIN KEH

CEO, the Hong Kong Research Institute of Textiles and Apparel

In his 10 years as head of this prestigious global institution, Edwin has focused on bringing innovation and sustainability to supply chain management. His goal is to help the...

PERNILLE SPIERS-LOPEZ
PERNILLE SPIERS-LOPEZ

International Corporate and Nonprofit Leader; Co-Founder of Good Life Designed

An international business leader with more than 20 years of experience, Pernille is the author of Design Your Life, a book that encourages people to challenge assumptions abou...

Certificate

Certificate

Get recognized! Upon successful completion of the program, the Wharton School grants a verified digital certificate of completion to participants.

Note: After successful completion of the online program, your verified digital certificate will be emailed to you in the name you used when registering for the program. All certificate images are for illustrative purposes only and may be subject to change at the discretion of the Wharton School. This online certificate program does not grant academic credit or a degree from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.

FAQs

Didn't find what you were looking for? Write to us at learner.success@emeritus.org or Schedule a call with one of our Program Advisors or call us at +1 680 205 5118 (US) / +44 185 845 9995 (UK) / +65 3135 1422 (SG)

Early registrations are encouraged. Seats fill up quickly!

Flexible payment options available.

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