Supply Chain Management: Strategy and Planning for Effective Operations
Integrate Strategy, Planning, and Operations
Taught by leading authorities on management, strategy, marketing and decision sciences, this program offers an interdisciplinary approach to managing supply chains and leading effective operations. Faculty present state-of-the-art models and real-world case studies on managing facilities, inventories, transportation, information, outsourcing, strategic partnering and more.
You will learn effective strategies for managing logistics and operating complex networks. You’ll develop new skills for integrating your supply chain into a coordinated system. You’ll gain practical tools for increasing service levels and reducing costs. And you’ll be inspired to redesign your operations for peak performance.
Jan A. Van Mieghem - Harold L. Stuart Professor of Managerial Economics Professor of Operations Management, Managerial Economics & Decision Sciences
Featured Faculty Video
Professor Sunil Chopra: How market uncertainty and globalization impact supply chain models
What Past Participants Say
"I was able to immediately apply the learning obtained in this program to my global project. After re-evaluating the strategy, the project became profitable with almost no capital investment, an ROI in less than a year." - Engineer Coordinator-International Projects, Alberto Culver Company
"Excellent high-level view of what supply chain is, how it works, and where improvement opportunities reside." - Senior Consultant, Kepner-Tregoe, Inc.
"[This program] connects supply chain strategy to overall business strategy." - Director of Operations, Vision Point of Sale
Connect With Kellogg Executive Education
Connect with the Kellogg School of Management and stay up to date on the findings from our latest research. Followers of Kellogg will receive updates on trends in executive education and upcoming courses at the Kellogg School of Management.