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EDGE 2018 Session: Omnichannel Fulfillment - Are You Ready?Contains 2 Component(s), Includes Credits
While some see eCommerce as a challenge, others see it as an opportunity.
This panel discussion will uncover some of the challenges facing CPGs and their suppliers with regards to eCommerce and omnichannel fulfillment and how they have successfully overcome these challenges to become successful through both online and in-store channels.
Neil Ackerman, Senior Director, Global Supply Chain, Johnson & Johnson
Gautam Gupta, Chief Executive Officer, Naturebox
Jason Tham, Chief Executive Officer, Nulogy
EDGE 2018 Keynote: The 4th Industrial Revolution: The Shift Toward Automation in Logistics and Technology with Keller Rinaudo of ZiplineContains 2 Component(s), Includes Credits
Chief Executive Officer and founder of Zipline, Keller Rinaudo, is at the forefront of what can only be described as the "4th Industrial Revolution" - a time in which consumers will see a huge shift twoard automation in logistics and technology.
Keller has made a significant global impact on health care by utilizing drones in a rather unconventional way. Today, Zipline uses autonomous aircraft to deliver more than 40 percent of the national blood supply of Rwanda outside the capital.
EDGE 2018 Keynote: The Future Belongs to the Happy with Alexander Kjerulf of Woohoo Inc.Contains 2 Component(s), Includes Credits
Companies always strive to promote a positive work environment but do you know the formula?
This session brings you one of the world's leading experts in happiness, Alexander Kjerulf, Woohoo Inc. Learn the key to being happy at work, learn exactly what happiness is, why it matters and how to get it.
EDGE 2018 Session: Logistics 2030 - Navigating a Disruptive DecadeContains 2 Component(s), Includes Credits
This project will identify critical challenges and opportunities facing logistics in the next 10 years.
Panelists develop recommendations and best practices to help navigate these emerging challenges. Panelists share observations about trends that will shape transportation in the next decade.
Quick Course - Entire Course BundleContains 50 Component(s), Includes Credits
Included in this product are all 13 Quick Courses.
The Quick Courses below are included in the bundle:
Materials Requirements Planning
Physical Distribution Systems - Part One
Physical Distribution Systems - Part Two
Quality: An Introduction
Reverse Supply Chain Management
Sales and Operations Planning
Supply Chain Risk Mitigation
Supply Management: Master Planning and Capacity Management Pt I & II
Quick Courses are comprised of:
A 30-40 minute video
Terminology applicable to the course
Additional reading materials required for the course
Additional reading materials for further learning (not required for completion of the course)
Quick Course - Supply Chain Risk MitigationContains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits
In this course, you will be introduced to the Supply Chain Risk Mitigation process including assessing risks, policy change strategies, and contingency planning.
This includes identifying supply chain risks, developing strategies to mitigate identified supply chain risks and measuring the performance of each strategy for each targeted risk.
SCME - International SourcingContains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits
This course begins our coverage of global SCM fundamentals and introduces the first set of activities in global operations.
This course begins our coverage of global SCM fundamentals and introduces the first set of activities in global operations. You will explore global sourcing and off-shore manufacturing - the strategies, opportunities, and potential pitfalls.
SCME- International DeliveryContains 6 Component(s), Includes Credits
This course concludes the discussion of global supply chain management with coverage of the global freight journey.
This course concludes the discussion of global supply chain management with coverage of the global freight journey. You will learn what happens between the exporter’s factory and the importer’s DC - the intermodal flows, customs clearance, and post-clearance delivery.
Related content is covered in episodes:Global SCM - International Sourcing and Global SCM - Export Preparation
SCME - Supply Chain TechnologyContains 7 Component(s), Includes Credits
The course discusses the role of technology in supply chain management planning and execution.
The course discusses the role of technology in supply chain management planning and execution. You will review supply chain technology requirements, key software categories, and emerging capabilities of technology innovations.
SCME - Supply Management - The Buy ProcessContains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits
This episode describes the “buy” process of supply chain Management and the issues related to effective supply management.
This episode describes the “buy” process of supply chain Management and the issues related to effective supply management. You will learn about the procurement fundamentals, purchasing processes, and the role of strategic sourcing.