NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Rutgers Business School will be offering its innovative Mini-MBA program, Supply Chain in a Digitized Network, again this year. Designed for experienced and emerging supply chain leaders who are proactively seeking to understand the massive shift and impact digital innovations and technology will have on the supply chain industry, the accelerated certificate program will be offered by Rutgers Business School Executive Education from April 3 - 7, 2017, in New Brunswick, New Jersey.
Margaret O’Donnell, Program Manager, said, “Every industry is ripe for digital disruption and Supply Chain is no exception. Innovation and technology are at the core of every business revolution, and so it must be with your Supply Chain.”
The Mini-MBA™: Supply Chain in a Digitized Network certificate program is be led by a team of top industry experts and faculty from Rutgers Business School Supply Chain department who present a new business model for Supply Chain in a Digitized Network.
“This program is designed for those who aspire to embrace new technology and lead innovation in their organization’s structure, technology, and processes. Progressive companies and leaders need to reexamine their current business models to maximize supply chain effectiveness and capture the essential technological capabilities required to enable high performing teams to proactively stay ahead of the competition,” said O’Donnell.
- Developing New Perspectives in Supply Chain
- Understanding the Impact of Global Economics
- Creating an Omni-channel Customer Experience
- Maximizing Global Agility in a Digital Age
- Developing Data Driven Insights to Move from Cloud to Clarity
- Emerging Tech and Trends in Supply Chain
- Supply Chain Finance
- Activating Innovation and Agile Development
Past participants have said “companies are re-defining their supply chain management based upon the new thoughts that the instructors presented” and “hearing classmates discuss how technology is reshaping their business was very valuable.”
Apply today for the Mini-MBA program, Supply Chain in a Digitized Network. This program has been approved by the New Jersey Department of Labor for workforce training grants, so funding may be available for those receiving unemployment benefits. This program has also been approved by the State Approving Agency and the Department of Veterans Affairs, so funding may be available for those eligible to receive GI Bill educational benefits. Contact us for more information.
If prospective participants have any questions about the program or application, they can contact Margaret O’Donnell, Program Manager, at 848-445-9417 or email@example.com.