Managing Supply Chain Threats and Opportunities
Course Overview

One way to grow and take market share away from the competition is through a merger or acquisition. Vertically integrating your supply chain (assuming control over previously outsourced processes, such as parts manufacturing) is another way to control costs, increase efficiency and ensure quality in order to grow business, but vertical integration is not suitable for every business.

In this online course, you will learn about supply chain challenges and compare and contrast the "manufacture in-house versus buy from outside vendor" approaches. You'll use MBA-level models for reviewing case studies. You'll explore and critique real-world business maneuvers to identify pitfalls and drawbacks and make smarter choices in your own strategy formulation.

Who should enroll in this course?

This course is perfect for VPs and executives, directors, senior managers or those desiring more strategic leadership positions. Also, anyone who is looking to be a key player in high-level strategic decision making.

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