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Leading Digital Supply Chain Transformation in Post-COVID-19 Era

What you'll learn

  • Acquire critical skills and
  • to drive transformative change for your organization’s supply chain in order to respond effectively to the disruptions of today and in the future.
  • Issues:  Would your organizations’ business model be disrupted in the face of post-COVID trade conflicts (e.g., Reshoring? Last Mile delivery shifts?), virtual work, B2C/B2C demand shifts, demand of inclusiveness etc? Will these changes create demand for supply chain driven digital thinking in the C-Suites? Will the resulting digital transformation move supply chain work from costs and back office to value creation and end customer visibility?
  • Flight-Simulator Based Learning:  Soft and hard skills needed to manage demand bullwhips created by snap back issues.
  • Issues:  Tradeoffs and benefits associated with collaborative scenario planning; framework for assessing and integrating business and value delivery models. Platform thinking and integration pitfalls during digital transformation of supply chains.
  • Flight-Simulator Based Learning:  Soft and hard skills around scenario planning in platform-based supply chains.
  • Issues:  Just in Case thinking, and customer visibility as a key decision dimensions in setting up resilient supply chains. Agile work and modular digital analytics, as cross-organizational vehicles for rapid experimentation and market adaptations.
  • Flight-Simulator Based Learning:  Soft and hard skills around implementing resilience and agile practices in supply chains.
  • Issues:  Design of sourcing, M&A and joint development mechanism to account for emergent trends in global sourcing (near shoring, partial sourcing, etc) in the face of COVID like disruptions and trade conflict; data and metric driven management of supply chain contracts and relations.
  • Flight-Simulator Based Learning:  Soft and hard skills around relationship-based design of supply chains.
  • Issues:  A broader view of stakeholder interests in the design and business and delivery models including issues such as sustainability, inclusiveness, and capital market trends.
  • Flight-Simulator Based Learning: Delivery of course long project based on the integration of work done during weeks 1-4.
  • Issues:  How to track and assess emergent digital and organizational technologies that may shape your business and value delivery models? How to shape careers in light of such emergent technology changes?
  • Flight-Simulator Based Learning:  Feedback on course long project work; Impact on career choices.
  • Business Model Innovation (Soft Skills): Making Supply Chain Value Visible to End Customers
  • Integration of Data and Metrics (Hard and Soft) Driven Supply Chain Decisions in Alternative Business Models 
  • Next Generation of Digital Technologies (e.g., Autonomous Delivery Mechanisms, Hyperloops, ML & AI, Virtual Work etc) 
  • Stakeholder Influence (Soft Skills): Making Supply Chain Value Visible to C-Suite Executives
  • Scenario Planning Methods for Assessment of Emergent Market and Societal Disruptions in Post-COVID World
  • Frameworks for Co-Development of Business Models and Digital Value Delivery Models
  • Understanding of supply chain basics (e.g., awareness of operating strategies)
  • Understanding of business strategy basics (e.g., value proposition, competitive landscape)
  • Familiarity with digital technology capabilities (e.g., integrated information systems, online models)

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