Supply chain leaders must continue to deliver value even under disruptive situations. The Covid-19 pandemic has tested almost every industrial supply chain and highlighted the importance of supply chain resilience. While increasing safety stocks and localization of supply can help address disruptions in the short term, they are not long-term solutions.
Supply chain resilience and agility are essential for long-term success in facing increasing volatility and disruptions in demand and supply. This course will highlight the key elements required to build resilience and agility in the face of disruptions and illustrate how companies can achieve increased supply chain resilience. The course will be a combination of lectures, actual case studies, and team exercises where participants begin to put into practice their learning from the course.
We offer both Classroom and Remote Online Learning option that lets you learn from office/home, just as you would in a classroom, using a webcam, microphone and virtual classroom software.
Associate Professor, Director of MISI Center for Sustainable Value Networks (CSVN) at MISI
Associate Professor, Director of PhD Program and Winter Academy, Director of Mobility Center of Excellence (MCE) at MISI
Assistant Professor at MISI
CEO & Rector of MISI
Associate Professor, Director of Research at MISI
Malaysia Institute for Supply Chain Innovation
Persiaran Tebar Layar
Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia