Clarkson University’s David D. Reh School of Business will offer a new Executive Program in Supply Chain Optimization Using a Systems Approach. The program will be held online in August.
The sessions are designed for managers in sourcing, operations, distribution, logistics, information systems and marketing who are interested in learning about leading-edge trends in global supply chain management and solving critical supply chain issues in their organizations.
“The supply chain management executive program will cover leading-edge trends and hands-on approaches to solving critical supply chain issues in the post-pandemic era,” says Dr. Farzad Mahmoodi, Joel Golschein ‘57 Endowed Chair Professor in Supply Chain Management and Director of Clarkson’s nationally-ranked supply chain program.
This seminar is 100% online over the course of two weeks ( sessions are from 1:00 to 5:30 pm EDT), for a total of nine hours, on Thursday, August 4, and Thursday, August 11. Participants have the opportunity to follow up their learning through Clarkson’s MS in Supply Chain Management or one of our three MBA programs.
The cost to attend is $1,495 per person. Discounts are available. For more information, go to https://www.clarkson.edu/graduate/supply-chain-optimization-executive-seminar.
This program is a part of executive education offerings of the Reh School of Business. In September, another session will be offered in Entrepreneurial Leadership.
To register for the programs, click here: go.clarkson.edu/rehexecutive