Cisco-Fudan-Stanford Supply Chain Leadership Institute
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Developed to deliver a world-class supply-chain management education program that supports China’s continuing development and transformation, this program's objectives include:
- Collaboration with key educational institutions and partners to establish a self-sustaining globally recognized program that continuously influences thought leadership in supply chain management.
- Increasing the supply-chain knowledge, skills, and leadership capabilities of senior Chinese supply chain executives to facilitate greater success in the global marketplace.
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Shanghai China, 200433
Instructors at this Cisco-Fudan-Stanford (CFS) Supply Chain Leadership Institute come from academia -- Stanford University and Fudan University, as well as from the Global Supply Chain -- leading industry executive speakers and Cisco.
What will you learn?
By the end of this program, participants will be able to:
- Apply various supply-chain strategies using AAA Supply Chain Principles; set and implement various strategies.
- Identify best practices in supply-chain operations with respect to information systems, supply-demand matching, collaborative planning and forecasting, inventory control, and supply-chain risk management.
- Use best practices for logistics (product flow) including information flow, distribution strategies, transportation flow management, and global trade processes.
- Work more effectively with trading partners and better understand customs processes, financial arrangements, etc.
- Identify how new product design affects supply chains and use best practices for collaborative design and product introduction.
- Apply partnership and change management best practices relating to suppliers, customers, and organizations (such as collaborative planning, building trusting relationships, performance measures, risk sharing, gain sharing, incentives, motivation, leadership skills, organizational behaviors and long-term relationships, leading change, and cross-functional collaboration).
- Discussion of the characteristics of the Chinese supply-chain infrastructure, including manufacturing and distribution infrastructures, infrastructure development, government regulations, support, WTO trends, port logistics, and cultural issues.
- Understand the special issues of emerging countries, such as social responsibility, environmental sustainability, financing constraints, development of new economies, increasing supply-chain risks and security concerns.