Online program

Strategies for Supply Chain Digitalization

Identify opportunities to transform your supply chain by leveraging technology.

Online program

Strategies for Supply Chain Digitalization

Identify opportunities to transform your supply chain by leveraging technology.

Location Online

Length 5 weeks

Fee CHF 1,950

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Streamline processes, identify opportunities, and respond to disruption

Strategies for Supply Chain Digitalization gives you the skills to identify opportunities to transform and optimize your business supply chain by leveraging efficiency-driven technology. This program is offered jointly by IMD and GetSmarter.

The program explores the applications of digital initiatives, and how big data can equip business leaders with the ability to identify opportunities in a transformed supply chain. You’ll learn practices for restructuring the digital supply chain – with a focus on customer-centric services – to address changing consumer needs. On completion of the program, you’ll know how to approach transforming productionmanaging strategic sourcing, and optimizing your digital supply chain. Through exposure to case studies and real-world examples, you’ll also gain the skills to develop a digital supply chain roadmap.

The program is committed to enhancing personal and social skills by encouraging interdisciplinary team work on practical projects and by systematically mixing students who have different profiles. The formal course work and team projects will be completed and enriched by lectures and workshops with experts from industry.

Design a digital logistics strategy to improve your customer experience.

Expand your knowledge of end-to-end supply chain planning and optimization, including in the production process.

Critically select and apply suitable digital initiatives to your unique business context for performance improvement.

Gain insight into the strategic importance of a customer-centric supply chain, with a roadmap for a digitally transformed supply chain.

You and your class

This program is designed for:

– Retail, wholesale, manufacturing, or healthcare professionals who want to learn how digital transformation can improve production in the supply chain
– Logistics, transport, warehouse, procurement, or supply chain professionals who are interested in utilizing new technologies to become more consumer-centric
– Business owners or directors who are planning to optimize their supply chain by harnessing technology’s strategic power

Accredited by the International Supply Chain Education Alliance (ISCEA)

The Strategies for Supply Chain Digitalization online program is accredited by the International Supply Chain Education Alliance (ISCEA). ISCEA is the global leader in supply chain education, certification, and recognition programs. By completing this program, participants will receive globally recognized skills in the supply chain occupation, networking opportunities with like-minded individuals, and discounted fees for Certified Professional in Logistics Management (CPLM) certification. For more information on the benefits of taking this ISCEA-accredited program, click here. 

Please note that GetSmarter and IMD bear no responsibility for the claiming of these benefits with ISCEA. The onus, therefore, falls on you to do so.

I’m very excited about this program because it is the state of the art in digital supply chain management in a world where supply chain is more important than ever. We, in the supply chain, have the duty to keep the world moving.

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Carlos Cordon Program Director
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Length: 5 weeks (6–8 hours per week).

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One step closer to joining the IMD Alumni Network

This program will bring you closer to achieving your IMD Alumni Status. Get ready to become part of our exclusive network of global business leaders.

One step closer to joining the IMD Alumni Network

This program will bring you closer to achieving your IMD Alumni Status. Get ready to become part of our exclusive network of global business leaders.

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