Logistics professionals looking to learn more about supply chain processes will have two opportunities next month: one here and one abroad.
Beginning on Sept. 11, Ohio State's Fisher College of Business and Cranfield University's School of Management jointly offer a week-long program on supply chain management. That program takes place on the Cranfield campus in Bedfordshire in the United Kingdom.
If that's too far afield, however, don't be discouraged. The program will be offered again on the Ohio State campus in Columbus, Ohio, from Sept. 25-29.
The program focuses on implementing the Global Supply Chain Forum framework developed at Ohio State. It introduces students to the eight key business processes identified as essential to supply chain management: customer relationship and customer service management, demand management and order fulfillment, manufacturing flow management, supplier relations, product development and returns management. For more information, visit http://fisher.osu.edu/scm.