txt1=During this three-day program, organized by Prof. Marc Sachon of IESE Business School and Thoma Prof. Haul Lee of Stanford Graduate School of Business, you will learn about the benefits of integrating your global supply chain by recognizing the cross-functional links throughout the supply chain, from supplier to customer relationships. Integrating supply chain processes allow companies to manage relationships more effectively, which reduces cost, increases the overall internal efficiency and improves customer relationships and service.
&txt2=The program's faculty include Thoma Prof. Hau Lee of Stanford University and professors Marc Sachon, Brian Subirana, and Paddy Miller of IESE ...view middle of the document...
&txt4=This program focuses on latest developments in business operations providing a holistic and integrated view of global supply chains. The program is thus designed for upper-middle and senior level executives responsible for supply process strategies from areas of manufacturing, outsourcing, information technology, planning and customer service, and general managers with decision-making responsibilities.
&txt5=For more information, contact:
Mark Wuijten / Program Director
Tel.: +34 93 253 4200 Fax: +34 93 253 4343
&txt7=IESE Business School is one of Europe’s leading business schools. With global campuses in Barcelona and Madrid, IESE is committed to the education and development of business leaders worldwide, and the generation and communication of innovative business ideas. In 2004, the school was ranked No. 1 in Europe for General Management Programs in the Financial Times executive education survey (Financial Times 2005, 2004, and 2003). The program will take place at IESE’s attractive campus in Barcelona, Spain.
&one_h3=Prof. Hau Lee
&one_h4=Prof. Marc Sachon
&one_t1=·Gain visibility over your global supply chain's functions and interdependencies
·Define strategies that meet current global supply chain challenges
·Build an integrated supply chain to improve performance
·Determine potential applications of new Information Technologies
·Increase efficiency and customer satisfaction through demand-driven management
·Tackle the most common obstacles that prevent change implementation
·Develop mechanisms to gain internal flexibility and facilitate change
&one_t2=·Challenges in Supply Chain Management
·Integrated Supply Chains
·RFID: Promises and Realities of New Technologies
·Demand-Driven Supply Chains
&one_t3=Hau L. Lee is the Thoma Professor of Operations, Information and Technology at the Graduate School of Business at Stanford University.
&one_t4=Marc Sachon is assistant professor in the department of production, technology and operations management at IESE.
&two_h1=Prof. Hau Lee
&two_h2=Prof. Marc Sachon
&two_h3=Prof. Brian Subirana
&two_h4=Prof. Paddy Miller
&two_t1=Hau L. Lee is the Thoma Professor of Operations, Information and Technology, Graduate School of Business, Stanford University. His areas of specialization include supply chain management, e-business, global logistics system design, inventory planning, information technology and manufacturing strategy. He is the founding and current Director of the Stanford Global Supply Chain Management Forum, an industry-academic consortium to advance the theory and practice of global...