iscom424 | undergraduate
End-to End Supply Chain Management
This undergraduate-level course is 5 This course is available as part of a degree or certificate program. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Enhancing Supply Chain Efficiencies
- Explain the effects of globalization on competition strategies.
- Compare and contrast methods that enhance supply chain efficiency.
Problem-Solving Methodologies and People Management
- Develop a plan to improve supply chain operations using problem-solving methodologies.
- Illustrate how collaborative planning, forecasting, and replenishment processes affect supply chain management.
- Create customized measures for process improvements.
Introduction to Supply Chain Management Theory
- Explain supply chain management theory.
- Predict the effect of decisions on supply chain operations.
- Diagram a supply chain that supports an organization’s value proposition and goals.
Procurement and Supplier Relationship Management
- Determine best practices for procurement and Supplier Relationship Management.
- Explain ethical considerations in Supplier Relationship Management.
- Detect sources of complexity in the supply chain.
Customer Relationship Management
- Describe best practices for customer relationship management.
- Calculate customer lifetime value.
- Assess the connection of customer satisfaction to effective supply chain management operations.
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