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Executive education refers to academic programs at graduate-level business schools worldwide for executives, business leaders and functional managers. These programs are generally non-credit and non-degree-granting, but sometimes lead to certificates. Estimates by Business Week magazine suggest that executive education in the United States is approximately an $800 million annual business with approximately 80 percent provided by university-based business schools.

MIT master’s program in supply chain management earns the top accolade for a second time from global ratings agency Eduniversal. (April 27, 2017)

With so much growth in academic programs, and industry sponsors lining up to invest in universities' supply chain centers, the sense is that supply chain has finally "arrived" as a profession. (August 12, 2014)

Supply chain practitioners were surveyed on which institutions were their top three as “markers of talent” and where in their minds the best supply chain learning is available. (March 02, 2014)

A partial listing of supply chain executive educational institutions and professional associations that create highly sought-after supply chain management training and accredited educational programs. (August 02, 2013)



Executive Education News

After only online collaborations, four MicroMasters students meet in person for the first time - and go on to win a worldwide supply chain competition. (October 09, 2017)

MIT master’s program in supply chain management earns the top accolade for a second time from global ratings agency Eduniversal. (April 27, 2017)

Executive-level supply chain positions have gained both prominence and importance for today’s global companies, and to support this trend, universities, colleges, professional organizations, and training firms have enhanced their supply chain and logistics programs to help executives stay current on supply chain trends. (January 16, 2017)

Universities and colleges have enhanced their supply chain and logistics degree programs; organizations like APICS and the Institute for Supply Management have expanded their certification programs; and training firms offer myriad options to help executives stay current on supply chain trends. (January 15, 2017)

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With so much growth in academic programs, and industry sponsors lining up to invest in universities' supply chain centers, the sense is that supply chain has finally "arrived" as a profession. (August 12, 2014)

Supply chain practitioners were surveyed on which institutions were their top three as “markers of talent” and where in their minds the best supply chain learning is available. (March 02, 2014)

This study is a reliable source of information for the review of current planning priorities, future strategic plans, benchmarking, gap analysis, and a basis for dialogue and discussion in the logistics community. (August 06, 2013)

EXCEPTIONAL MANAGEMENT of the production and delivery of a firm’s products and services – its supply chain – is absolutely critical, especially in today’s challenging economic environment. Manufacturing and service organizations alike compete, in part, on the strength of their supply chain. (August 04, 2013)

Rapid advances in technology are creating new and exciting career opportunities for professionals with strong technical, analytical, management, and leadership skills. Because technology is one of the fastest-growing occupations in the U.S. economy, these professionals are in high demand. (August 04, 2013)












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