Supply Chain Sales and Operations Planning and Logistics
Analyze your planning and logistics procedures.
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Better examine the supply chain and its relationship to marketing, finance, operations, engineering, logistics, inventory and transportation. Analyze your planning and logistics procedures with confidence.
Dive into the ideas behind value creation and come away with the tools to successfully manage your supply chain.
Two-Day Concentrated Program
Registration begins at 8:00 a.m. and class runs 8:30 – 4:30 both days with a one-hour networking lunch included.
Enjoy proximity to the vibrancy of the campus and downtown Austin, and the innovative, business-friendly environment of the city.
- Strengthen your process by testing your decisions during an in-class simulation
- Link the Supply Chain together
- Address the planning function
- Connect the relationship between Supply Chain and marketing, finance, operations, engineering, logistics, inventory and transportation
- Supply Chain Overview
- Global Planning for SCM
- Information Technology and SCM Planning
- MIS and SCM Systems Planning
- Product mix
- Demand planning and SCM
- Planning, Forecasting and S&OP
- Statistics refresher
- Global Planning and forecasting
- Scenario-based planning
- Transportation and Logistics
- 3PL, 4 PL
- Inventory management
- Site selection
- Results and debrief of simulation
CEUs: Participants earn 1.4 CEUs and/or 14 CPEs for this course. A certificate of completion will be presented from Texas Executive Education.
Course Credits: 1.00
Hotel Information: Texas Executive Education classes qualify for discounted hotel room rates at the AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center on a limited basis. Discount code will be provided via email after class registration.
Ashish Agarwal is an Assistant Professor of Information Management at The McCombs School of Business of the University of Texas at Austin. Ashish has a Bachelor’s degree in Engineering from Indian Institute of Technology, India, a Masters in Engineering from Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and a PhD in Information Systems from Carnegie Mellon University.
Douglas Morrice holds the Bobbie and Coulter R. Sublett Centennial Professorship in Business. He is also Professor of Operations Management and the Director of the University of Texas Supply Chain Management Center of Excellence, a company-sponsored center dedicated to developing research and teaching programs in supply chain management in the Red McCombs School of Business.
"Lots of real world relevance for use with tools readily available."
Plant Manager, Shell Oil Products-Pennzoil Quaker State Company