Businesses and their supply chains are facing increasing competition and uncertainty in what is now a truly globalised trade environment. To remain competitive, organisations need to think globally – ensuring supply chains meet customer demands while minimising costs and maximising responsiveness. From a strategic perspective, this involves making important trade-off decisions between cost, quality and flexibility of supply chains. Via structured learning activities (video lectures, quizzes, discussion prompts and written assessments) this course will equip you with the future-focused capabilities needed to design and manage effective, sustainable and efficient global supply chains of tomorrow.
This course is part of the Strategising: Management for Global Competitive Advantage Specialization
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TOP REVIEWS FROM SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT: BE GLOBAL
very educative and very nicely explained. thank you for making the concepts easier.
Online class for supply chain management was really helpful it helped me to build a base by providing a lot of information
The course is great, but could do with some better translations on the video script. Some of the grammar is incorrect.
This gives details in brief in simple way and easy to understand. More valuable than I thought in the beginning.
Thank you Professor....
About the Strategising: Management for Global Competitive Advantage Specialization
Leaders must have the ability to develop and deploy effective strategies. This specialisation will prepare you to be the strategic change-maker capable of enabling your organisation to compete into the future. You will learn: how to think strategically to make your organisation more competitive (Be Competitive); how crucial it now is for supply chains to effectively meet customer demands (Be Global); how to leverage technology and innovation to disrupt and reshape your organisation (Be Disruptive); and how to make a positive contribution to the world while effectively maintaining the bottom line (Be Sustainable).
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