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Our short digital supply chain management programmes address today’s most relevant business issues in a short but intense programme format.

Supply Chain Management 4.0 (2018)

"Excellent workshop, how the technology and other factors, can be incorporated inside all the process in logistics and supply chain management in order to get better performance in the company. I want to congratulate the University of Luxembourg for such work developed.”

William Walsh, C.H. Robinson

 

William Walsh

Abstract

The digitalisation of supply chains and manufacturing processes fundamentally changes their operations and supplier interactions while facing new challenges as well as opportunities. This workshop about the fourth industrial revolution and the impact of Industry 4.0 on logistics and supply chain management overviews some of the digital disruptions.

"Supply Chain Management 4.0" workshop summary

 

 

Supply Chain Financial Analysis (2018)

“The LCL Supply Chain Financial Analysis Workshop provided a fantastic opportunity for myself and other supply chain professionals to learn advanced financial theory and application in the field of Supply Chain Management. From re-aligning how we think about cost in the supply chain, to taking ownership of the cash conversion cycle, we acquired practical skills which we can apply to our daily jobs. The professors who guided us on this course were equal parts challenging and supporting to help us acquire our new knowledge. It was a pleasure to meet other supply chain professionals and hear their perspectives on the business and how they approach their myriad problems and issues. I look forward to joining other course offerings from the LCL in the future.”

Jason Conner, Continuous Improvement Manager - Integrated Logistics Kuehne + Nagel

 

 

Jason Conner

Supply Chain Financial Analysis (2017)

"As a young professional, and a graduate in Supply Chain Management and Economics, the LCL Supply Chain Financial Analysis Workshop provided me with the superb opportunity to refresh and extend my knowledge in this area. The workshop was not only useful from a financial theory perspective but the dynamic exchange of experience and perspectives from all participants with diverse backgrounds and seniorities within the profession was extremely useful.   It was fantastic to have academic expertise from MIT available in Luxembourg at the historical university campus at Limpertsberg.   We were well looked after throughout the day, allowing us to focus on learning.  I look forward to joining future offerings from the LCL Executive Education portfolio."

Johannes Hesse, Project Coordinator at IEE S.A. and YPL² Chairman

 

 

Abstract

This workshop bridges the gap between finance and supply chain, showing how supply chain decisions can be translated into financial metrics and their impact on income statements and balance sheets. The workshop is aimed at professionals who wish to better understand supply chain finance fundamentals for better business decision-making.

"Supply Chain Financial Analysis" workshop summary

 

 

Methodology

Instructors from various disciplines teach modules that can build upon one another. Participants can thereby gain more expertise than from a single learning session. In the sessions, they can immediately apply the developed skills to real decision problems. It is of course possible to attend individual sessions. Our executive education programmes are a mix of simulations, case studies, research findings and thought-provoking, interactive class sessions. There has never been a better time to hone your supply chain management skills and develop new ones!

Our programme in executive education picks up top-edge topics that are currently discussed in industry and academia. It will provide the participants state-of-the art concepts, case studies and insights into relevant topics. The topics are related to financial analytics and digitalisation of supply chains.

 

Chris Caplice MIT teaching

 

Participant profile

This programme is designed for professionals involved in creating, optimising or redesigning a supply chain. Participants should have experience in operations, manufacturing, logistics, procurement, information technology management, marketing, new product development or distribution. 

Join these unique programmes and experience our motto: Innovate, Impact, Inspire!

supply chain management 4.0 workshop class photo

Kai Hoberg teaching at supply chain 4.0 workshop

 

LCL seminars, roundtables and conferences also take you to the latest supply chain trends and challenges.

 

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