University of California, Irvine
Leverage Data Science for a More Agile Supply Chain Specialization
University of California, Irvine

Leverage Data Science for a More Agile Supply Chain Specialization

Data Science Strategies in Supply Chain Management. Master data science skills to create a more agile supply chain.

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Paul Jan

Instructor: Paul Jan

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Specialization - 3 course series

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What you'll learn

  • Analyze historical data to determine inventory levels in steady and uncertain demand situations using Excel.

  • Set up and solve optimization problems in Excel.

  • Build a demand and inventory snapshot and run a Monte Carlo simulation to solve for a more agile supply chain.

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Specialization - 3 course series

Supply Chain Planning

Course 15 hours4.5 (121 ratings)

What you'll learn

  • Describe how demand planning, supply planning, and constrained forecast are associated with one another.

  • Use Excel to analyze historical data to quantify future needs.

  • Measure and quantify results for improvement.

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Category: Data Analysis
Category: Demand Planning
Category: supply planning
Category: constrained forecast
Category: Supply Chain

Inventory Management

Course 25 hours4.5 (105 ratings)

What you'll learn

  • Manage inventory in an uncertain environment.

  • Analyze historical data to determine inventory levels in steady and uncertain demand situations using Excel.

  • Quantify the inventory needs for single-period items using the newsvendor model.

Supply Chain Optimization

Course 38 hours4.5 (17 ratings)

What you'll learn

  • Identify the components of capacity optimization, resource optimization, and Monte Carlo simulation.

  • Set up and solve optimization problems in Excel.

  • Build a demand and inventory snapshot and run Monte Carlo simulation to solve for a more agile supply chain.

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Paul Jan
University of California, Irvine
3 Courses12,227 learners

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