In this focused program, you’ll take a proven, interdisciplinary approach — incorporating management, strategy, marketing and decision sciences — to designing and managing your supply chain. Guided by senior Kellogg faculty experts, you and your fellow participants will explore state-of-the-art models and solutions to the real-world challenges of managing facilities, logistics, inventories, transportation, information, outsourcing, complex networks and more.
You’ll develop new skills for integrating your supply chain into a coordinated system and how to identify supply chain risks and design mitigation strategies. You’ll leave equipped with new knowledge and tools for integrating strategy, planning and operations to increase service levels and reduce costs.
Combined Program Option: Operations Management Week
Take Supply Chain Management with The Science of Lean Operations program consecutively as part of Operations Management Week and qualify for a discounted fee. This combination offers you an executive-level overview of the innovative approach to operations management taught in the acclaimed Kellogg MBA Program.
Sunil Chopra / Academic Director
Link Between Supply Chain Strategy and Structure
Supply Chain Network Design
Supply Chain Coordination and Integration
Managing Inventory in a Supply Chain
Purchasing and Sourcing In a Supply Chain
Managing Risk in a Global Supply Chain
Sunil Chopra - Academic Director; IBM Professor of Operations Management and Information Systems; Professor of Operations
Anne Coughlan - Polk Bros. Chair in Retailing; Professor of Marketing
James P. Schummer - Associate Professor of Managerial Economics & Decision Sciences
Jan A. Van Mieghem - Harold L. Stuart Professor of Managerial Economics; Professor of Operations
“The Supply Chain Management [program] gave me a wide vision on planning and strategic thinking with theories and models that can be easily adopted and implemented in our tower industry in Brazil.”
Asian Supply Chain Manager, SRAM
“There are many moments throughout the [program, in which] you are really forced to think about how your supply chain is designed versus how it should be.”
Director Of Manufacturing Engineering, Exactech
“I had no experience or education in this field prior to this class. After, I'm able to comprehend my company's structure and have the framework to adapt to change.”
Supply Chain Manager, American Tower Corp.
Please contact us to schedule an advising session
March 29 - April 1, 2020
Start: March 29 at 1:30 PM
End: April 1 at 11:45 AM
Fee includes lodging and most meals