Are you interested to build a roaring career in supply chain management?
Supply Chain Management (SCM) is the end-to-end transportation management of goods and services on their path from origin to consumer. From the procurement of raw materials, inventory management, and retail delivery of finished product, SCM seeks to optimize forecasting, inventory and transportation to maximize efficiency, reduce cost, understand the flow of goods, and align supply chain networks with dem
Managing a global supply chain requires advanced skills in probability, business processes, product development, information systems, statistics, relationship management, management practices, and building complex models. Successful SCM requires knowledge and hands-on experience with the tools and technologies used to overcome enormous logistical challenges especially with third-party logistics. Get started with the outstanding SCM training programs on edX from MIT, UCL and other top universities around the world. The popular MicroMasters degree program in Supply Chain Management from MIT is a 6-course, advanced online supply chain management certificate program designed to prepare you for a career in this in-demand field. Obtain a graduate-level foundation in supply chain software and supply chain solutions equivalent to a full semester of coursework at MIT. Courses cover both fundamental and advanced topics in supply chain design, customer demand, project management, analytics, logistics management, global supply chain, systems and more. Earning the MicroMasters Credential in Supply Chain Management from MIT also makes students eligible to pursue a full Master’s degree from a number of universities. Visit the MicroMasters SCM program page to learn more about these exciting opportunities.
Supply chain management plays bedrock in the success of any business or organization whether small or large to successfully procure, plan, store, stock and distribute the desired products with 100% customer satisfaction.
The Specialization is for you, if: 1. you're looking to start a career in Supply Chain Management, but lack the basic background; 2. you're working with people in Supply Chain Management and want to understand their daily challenges better; 3. you're fascinated by how the global economy is linked together by the flow of products, information, and finances.
The Supply Chain Management Specialization is made up of four basic courses in logistics, operations, planning, and sourcing, followed by a capstone course in Supply Chain Management Strategy. The Supply Chain Logistics course will cover transportation, warehousing and inventory, and logistics network design. The Supply Chain Operations course covers techniques used to optimize flow and focuses specifically on Six Sigma quality and Lean practices. In the Supply Chain Planning course you'll master different forecasting approaches. The Supply Chain Sourcing course deals with different techniques that help you create lasting and productive supplier relationships. Finally, in the capstone course on Supply Chain Management Strategy you'll solve a real-life business case.
Learn supply chain management with online courses and programs from MIT's top-rated SCM program. Learn SCM fundamentals, warehousing tips, inventory control, problem solving skills, and get on a path to a new career in this exciting field.
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