You will be shown real-world examples of how analytics can be applied to various domains of a supply chain, such as selling, logistics, production, and sourcing, to generate a significant social / economic impact. You will also learn about the job market, job requirements, and preparation. Finally, you will learn how to use a job intelligence tool to find desired job(s) by region, industry, and company.
You will receive a certificate upon completion of this course.
- Recognize the importance of analytics in supply chain management and its financial / economic impact.
- Examine the supply chain's pain points and how analytics can help to alleviate them.
- Research supply chain analytics job openings and use a job intelligence tool to make data-driven career choices.
- Why Supply Chain Analytics?
- My Journey in Supply Chain Analytics
- The Talent Crisis
2. Supply Chain Analytics Impact
- K-Mart vs Wal-Mart
- Dell vs Compaq
- Wal-Mart vs. Amazon
- Analytics Is Critical To Supply Chain Management
- Supply Chain Domains
3. Supply Chain Pain Points and How Analytics May Relieve Them
- Demand Planning
- Product Selection, Pricing & Promotion
- Fulfillment Diagnostics
- Distribution & Logistics Planning
- Transportation Management
- Production Planning, Workforce Management
- Inventory Management
- Strategic Sourcing, Supplier Management
- Order Management
4. Job Opportunities and Job Intelligence
- Supply Chain Analytics - Job Opportunities, Requirement & Preparation
- Job Analysis: Overview
- Job Analysis by Region - Where to Locate?
- Which Industry to Enter?
- Which Company to Work for?