The University of Queensland (UQ) Business School Executive Education is offering SCLAA members a 10 percent discount to attend its short course
Supply Chain Reform in October.
UQ Business School Executive Education produces high-performing leaders and high-impact business results. Their professional development courses and programs are delivered by some of the brightest minds in the business world, and combine leading research, case studies, guest speakers and experiential learning techniques.
Make the shift from supply chains to value chains – register by the end of September using the code QSCL10.
The two-day course, facilitated by Liam Stitt, Managing Director, Essential Supply Chain Optimisation Pty Ltd, is designed for managers and professionals looking to optimise and improve their organisation’s supply chain and supplier management.
You will be challenged to critically review elements of the supply chain for your company, including the procurement process, logistics and alliance networks versus sub-contracting.
By attending this course you will:
- Increase your knowledge of tools, technologies and methodologies to leverage benefits from disruption
- Discover how to make the shift from supply chains to value networks.
UQ Business School Executive Education will also hold its Leadership for Senior Executive Women program in October – a program that receives consistently high feedback. Facilitated by Professor Polly Parker, UQ Business School; and Tessa Raeburn, Raeburn Keslake International, the program empowers attendees to drive change and lead in a way that is both personally and professionally satisfying.
To learn more about Supply Chain Reform or Leadership for Senior Executive women, contact UQ Business School Executive Education’s Client Services Team on +617 3346 7111 or at email@example.com. Alternatively, click here to visit the website.