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38 reviews

About the Course

Businesses and their supply chains are facing increasing competition and uncertainty in what is now a truly globalised trade environment. To remain competitive, organisations need to think globally – ensuring supply chains meet customer demands while minimising costs and maximising responsiveness. From a strategic perspective, this involves making important trade-off decisions between cost, quality and flexibility of supply chains. Via structured learning activities (video lectures, quizzes, discussion prompts and written assessments) this course will equip you with the future-focused capabilities needed to design and manage effective, sustainable and efficient global supply chains of tomorrow....

Top reviews

HS
Jun 17, 2020

The best part of this programs were the quiz which were based on practical experience. Faculty is nice and learnt a lot about supply chain.

IC
May 28, 2019

Great quality and plenty of examples covering a wide range of topics related to supply chain management from different sectors.

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By Myo M M

Oct 17, 2020

Really good course

By Sandeep K S

Sep 21, 2020

great leraning

By Vikram S B

Dec 20, 2020

Good learning

By Noel J

Jul 1, 2020

Nicely build.

By apurva k

Aug 13, 2020

very useful!

By Mona A A

Jul 1, 2020

GOOD

By Mirjam S

Feb 26, 2020

Good introduction. Some delay experienced waiting for other students to review assignments.

By PP P

Apr 7, 2020

Great Insight into Global Supply chain management

By Prasanna K H

Dec 3, 2019

Good place to start your Supply Chain Journey!

By Mitesh S D

Oct 7, 2020

Great!

By Emily H

Aug 24, 2020

This course was a good introduction to supply chain management. I was disappointed that it was not updated with information relevant to the current context: the COVID-19 pandemic and resulting supply chain interruptions. This is a missed learning opportunity that would have been addressed had you attended a similar course in-person.

By Tshepiso

Mar 8, 2020

amazing course, covered a wide array of topics