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One Day Supply Chain Management Workshop

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Supply Chain Management (One Class - Two Zoom Meetings 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM (or 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM if indicated below))


January 2 & 4

March 15 & 17 (1:00 PM to 4:00 PM)

June 5 & 7

October 3 & 5

For more information and to pay for this class, call 315.443.3428 or contact Patrick Penfield, director of executive education.


• Are you looking for best practices for managing your suppliers?
• Do you want to improve relationships with your suppliers and improve performance, including supplier pricing, quality, and lead time?

This course introduces participants to operations management concepts and issues surrounding the effective management of supply chains and operating systems. The session will focus on Operations Management, which, in its simplistic form, is the study of processes within the supply chain. The workshop will introduce the basic concepts that make the supply chain work.

Session Objectives
• Achieve a fundamental understanding of operations management practices
• Understand how the supply chain is integrated within other supply chain components and with other areas of management such as Marketing and Finance
• Analyze the impact a decision in one area has on other components
• Improve problem-solving and analytical skills within supply chain management

Who should attend
Materials Managers, Purchasing Managers, Senior Buyers, Supplier Quality Leaders, Production and Material Control Leaders or anyone having responsibility or playing a significant role in managing or improving the company’s suppliers