INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT & ENGINEERING

MBA SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT

INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT & ENGINEERING
Online

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Typology Master
Methodology Online
Duration 2 Years
Online campus Yes
  • Master
  • Online
  • Duration:
    2 Years
  • Online campus
Description

In commerce, supply chain management (SCM), the management of the flow of goods and services,[2] involves the movement and storage of raw materials, of work-in-process inventory, and of finished goods from point of origin to point of consumption. Interconnected or interlinked networks, channels and node businesses combine in the provision of products and services required by end customers in a supply chain.[3] Supply-chain management has been defined [4] as the "design, planning, execution, control, and monitoring of supply chain activities with the objective of creating net value, building a competitive infrastructure, leveraging worldwide logistics, synchronizing supply with demand and measuring performance globally."[5] SCM practice draws heavily from the areas of industrial engineering, systems engineering, operations management, logistics, procurement, information technology, and marketing [6] and strives for an integrated approach.[citation needed] Marketing channels play an important role in supply chain management [6] Current research in supply chain management is concerned with topics related to sustainability and risk management, among others, whereas the “people dimension” of SCM, ethical issues, internal integration, transparency/visibility, and human capital/talent management are topics that have, so far, been underrepresented on the research agenda.[

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5.0 01/07/2016
What I would highlight: Very convenient! Excellent! Could study in my time. Thanks to the team I am on a good job now! Best guidance & counselling provided. Very Honest & straight! Education is the best knowledge they provide. Guided me beyond my expectations. A special thanks to the Director. She motivated me to do the best course and not to look back but move ahead. A humble and a hearty thanks to Madam.
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5.0 01/01/2016
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CHANDAN KOLI
5.0 01/08/2015
What I would highlight: Self-learning program as I am a working professional. Exams on demand .
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What you'll learn on the course

Management
MBA
Operations Management
Logistics
MBA Supply Chain Management
Engineering
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Supply Chain Management
IT Management
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SNEHA SHARMA
SNEHA SHARMA
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Course programme

If we take the view that Supply Chain Management is what Supply Chain Management people do, then in 1997 Supply Chain Management has a firm hand on all aspects of physical distribution and materials management. Seventy-five percent or more of respondents included the following activities as part of their company's Supply Chain Management department functions: · Inventory management · Transportation service procurement · Materials handling · Inbound transportation · Transportation operations management · Warehousing management Moreover, the Supply Chain Management department is expected to increase its range of responsibilities, most often in line with the thinking that sees the order fulfilment process as one co-ordinated set of activities. Thus the functions most often cited as planning to formally include in the Supply Chain Management department are: · Customer service performance monitoring · Order processing/customer service · Supply Chain Management budget forecasting On the other hand, there are certain functions which some of us might feel logically belong to Supply Chain Management which companies feel are the proper domain of other departments. Most difficult to bring under the umbrella of Supply Chain Management are: · Third party invoice payment/audit · Sales forecasting · Master production planning

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