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Supply Chain Education - January 2012


January 30, 2012

What Hiring Managers are Looking for Today
By Bridget McCrea

Which skills and competencies are hiring managers emphasizing in their job openings today? How well are the universities preparing students for a career in logistics and supply chain management? A new survey from SCMR and Logistics Management reveals some of the answers.

Click here to read more

Education and the Skills Needed to Succeed in Today's Supply Chain
Tuesday, January 31, 2012 | 2:00 p.m. EST
Join us for this exclusive Webcast from SCMR as we examine the education and skill sets needed to begin a career in supply chain management and then advance to executive positions. Register now!
Georgia Institute of Technology
Executive Masters in International Logistics (EMIL)

PHONE: 404-385-7306
WEBSITE: www.emil.gatech.edu

The Executive Master's in International Logistics & Supply Chain Strategy program prepares executives to face key global logistics and supply chain issues by teaching them to design creative logistics solutions while expanding their network of international government, industry and academic contacts. This 18-month program keeps employees on the job while teaching them practical techniques for decreasing logistics costs and improving supply chain efficiencies. Participants experience real-world results by learning best practices from world-leading experts in EMIL's five two-week residences (both in-person and distance learning) at key locations around the globe.

Penn State University
Smeal College of Business

PHONE: 814-865-3435
WEBSITE: www.smeal.psu.edu/psep





Upcoming supply chain executive education programs include:

Applying Lean Principles Across the Supply Chain
February 27 - March 2, 2012

Designing and Leading Competitive Supply Chains
March 11-16, 2012

Achieving Supply Chain Transformation
March 19-23, 2012

Essentials of Supply Chain
April 9-13, 2012

Processes and Tools for Supply Chain Success
May 20-24, 2012

ISM
Institute for Supply Management

PHONE: 480-752-6276
WEBSITE: www.ism.ws/

ISM offers certification programs, seminars, professional development services and online courses for the supply management professional. It also features an annual Conference and Educational Exhibit and provides in-depth research on supply management topics through affiliation with CAPS Research.

97th Annual International Supply Management Conference
May 6-9, 2012 - Baltimore, Maryland

Next Level Purchasing, Inc.

PHONE: 412-294-1990
WEBSITE: www.NextLevelPurchasing.com

Next Level Purchasing is a leading provider of online training and certification for purchasing professionals. Programs include the globally recognized SPSM® and SPSM2® Certifications for world-class supply management success. Based on purchasing best practices that are applicable regardless of location, culture, industry type or size, and covering topics including strategic sourcing, negotiation, services contracting, business ethics, and much more, Next Level Purchasing's training enables organizations to lower costs, support operations, and reduce risk by improving purchasing processes and expanding the capabilities of supply management organizations.

Ohio State University
Fisher College of Business

PHONE: 614-292-0331
WEBSITE: fisher.osu.edu/centers/scm

Fisher College of Business offers undergraduate, masters and Ph.D. programs in Logistics. In addition, Fisher College offers a week-long executive education program in supply chain management. The program is based on the eight essential business processes that comprise the Global Supply Chain Forum (GSCF) Supply Chain Management framework. These processes must be implemented cross-functionally and with key customers and suppliers in order to create the maximum value for customers, suppliers, shareholders and other stakeholders. It also includes a session on the GSCF partnership model that is being used by major corporations to structure relationships with key customers and suppliers.

Upcoming sessions in 2012:

March 12-16, 2012, Ponte Vedra Beach, FL

May 21-25, 2012, Cranfield, England

September 10-14, 2012, Columbus, OH

October 15-19, 2012, Cranfield, England

Call our office, 614-292-0331, or visit our website for details on the 2012 programs.

Georgia Institute of Technology
Supply Chain and Logistics Institute (SCL)

PHONE: 404-894-2343
WEBSITE: www.pe.gatech.edu/scl-scmr

The Georgia Tech Supply Chain & Logistics Institute offers a comprehensive curriculum in Lean Supply Chain Operations, Warehousing and Transportation. Courses are taught by world-renown Georgia Tech Faculty in the Global Learning Center in Atlanta. Dates for the 2012 Lean Supply Chain Series as well as the 2012 Supply Chain Management Series courses are listed on the SCL website. The Institute also runs industry outreach program and global research centers.

University of Denver

PHONE: 303-871-4702
WEBSITE: www.du.edu/transportation

The ITI (International Transportation Management) Executive Masters Program from the University of Denver offers a rigorous curriculum and a hands-on approach for developing advanced management skills for transportation and supply chain professionals. This is an 18-month program with five, one-week Denver residencies and a travel seminar to an internal location. Applications are being accepted for classes beginning in October of 2012.

Michigan State University
Broad School of Business

PHONE: 517-355-8377
WEBSITE: www.bus.msu.edu/supplychain/

MSU offers an undergraduate major in supply chain management, two MS programs and two PhD programs in SCM. The school also offers an MBA with supply chain concentration. Executive education programs include a range of open enrollment seminars; customized logistics seminars for organizations; the Logistics in Supply Chain Management Annual Seminar; and the Annual Purchasing and Supply Chain Management Executive Seminar. Dates as follows:

Supply Chain Logistics Management
May 6-11, 2012

Purchasing & Supply Chain Management
June 3-8, 2012

Rutgers University
Rutgers Business School

PHONE: 973-353-5226
WEBSITE: www.business.rutgers.edu/scmms

The Department of Supply Chain Management and Marketing Sciences (SCMMS) at Rutgers Business School offers a range of academic programs including a PhD in SCMMS, a MBA Concentration in Supply Chain Management, and an undergraduate major in SCMMS. Rutgers also offers executive education programs based on current topics and trends. Also offered is a Supply Chain Management Certification Program for business professionals.

University of Tennessee
UT Center for Executive Education

PHONE: 865-974-3917
WEBSITE: www.theglobalsupplychainmba.com

UT's Global Supply Chain Institute is a world-class resource for global supply chain expertise. It helps coordinate UT's extensive supply chain offerings for working professionals including the new Global Supply Chain Executive MBA. This one-year EMBA uniquely focuses on supply chain management and is taught by a world-class faculty in Europe, Asia, and the United States. Join our 2013 entering class.

Other supply chain focused programs for executives (ranging from two days to one week to complete) include Demand Management in the Supply Chain; the Global Supply Chain Executive Development Program; and Global Supply Chain Foundations.


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