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Logistics and supply chain management today represent a great challenge for a country with the size and complexity of India. Add to that intense competition and shrinking product lifecycles, and supply chain management becomes an even more important source of competitive advantage. But where there is a great challenge, there is also a great opportunity.
Businesses are waking up to this opportunity to enhance forecasting and order fulfilment with extremely rapid timelines. This programme will show you how to make good on this opportunity by reducing exposure not only within their own organisation, but also for their suppliers and downstream partners. You will gain a holistic view of supply chain analytics with the goal of reducing costs and improving resilience.
Programme Start Date & Duration
March 10, 2021 | 3 weeks (2 sessions per week)
70,000 + GST @ 18%
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How does this Live Virtual programme help?
Executive education redesigned for a radically different world. This programme blends the discipline of the on-campus experience that ISB is renowned for with our global faculty and advanced curriculum. You will gain immediately applicable advanced skills, relevant for the uncertain times we live in.
LIVE Virtual Classrooms
Experience a new way of immersive learning through group discussions, case reviews, peer networking and engaging dialogues.
Gain an official certificate awarded by the Centre for Executive Education at ISB, recognised by executives and employers for its world-class education.
Learn at India’s most researchproductive B-School. Gain from the advanced, up-to-date research being conducted by world-class faculty at ISB.
Expand your network with ISB’s 40,000+ high-performing alumni community. Join this group of senior executives and entrepreneurs spread across the entire world.
Learn how to deliver added value to all partners and stakeholders while you juggle the new work-life balance from the safety of your home.
Learn real-world skills that you can immediately apply to initiate transformation at your organisation, giving it a distinct advantage over competitors.
Who should attend?
Operations Managers, Supply Chain Managers, Other Functional Managers, Business Analysts, and mid-career executives eager to learn about the use of supply chain management as a source of competitive advantage and the use of data in reducing supply chain cost while improving its resilience will benefit from attending. The programme is also suitable for General managers and other senior leaders responsible for driving innovation-led business transformation.
Understand different components of supply chain analytics
Gain a holistic view of supply chain management
Learn how to balance between cost and resilience in a supply chain
Manage transportation, facility location, and network design using data
Deal with uncertainties using coordination and information sharing
Understand and manage different interlinked components of a global supply chain
How can executives and managers design the best transportation strategy?
The role of data and information in designing the transportation strategy
Case Discussion: Tucker Company Worldwide: Delivering value in logistics services
What are different kinds of uncertainties in supply chains?
How do uncertainties impact the supply chain management?
What is the bullwhip effect and how can it be measured?
What are the pros and cons of different coordination strategies?
How can executives and managers design an appropriate coordination strategy?
Supply chain management simulation 1
What are different forecasting methods in supply chain management?
What factors need to be considered in facility location and network design?
How are different components of supply chains interlinked?
How can executives and managers reduce the supply chain cost and improve resilience by taking a holistic view of a supply chain?
How to design each aspect of a global supply chain?
What are the trade-offs among different interlinked decisions while managing a global supply chain?
How to balance between resilience and cost in a global supply chain?
How to utilise appropriate information to improve the efficiency of a supply chain?
Global supply chain management simulation 2
Meet the Faculty
Paul R. Anderson Distinguished Chair Professor of Marketing and Supply Chain Management; Founding Director, Center for Business Analytics and Disruptive Technologies; Ph.D. Concentration Advisor, Operations and Supply Chain Management
Subodha’s research and teaching interests include artificial intelligence, machine learning, blockchain, Fintech, supply chain analytics, healthcare analytics, social media analytics, retail analytics, digital marketing, cybersecurity, econometric and analytical modelling, software management, project management, scheduling, combinatorial optimisation, and data mining, among others.
He has published several papers in reputed journals and refereed conferences. In addition, he has authored a book, and co-authored 2 book chapters, 2 Harvard Business School cases, and 4 Ivey Business School cases. He also has a patent.