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The workshop “Supply chain financial analysis” demonstrates how supply chain actions affect the income statement and the balance sheet and shows how supply chain decisions can be translated into financial metrics. Financial analytics and the digitalisation of supply chains will be key elements of the programme.
As the partner of the top-ranked Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), the Luxembourg Centre for Logistics and Supply Chain Management (LCL) at the University of Luxembourg launched its 2017/2018 executive education programme with this workshop. Top lecturers from research, industry and academia will interact with participants through a mix of case studies, simulations, research findings and thought-provoking class sessions.
Activity-based costing exercises & case study on activity-based costing
Cash conversion cycle & working capital
Supply chain finance case study
Working capital simulation
Learning outcomes and benefits
The programme introduces participants to the most important aspects of financial analytics and digitalisation of supply chains.
The participants develop a comprehensive understanding of the technologies available for their companies’ logistics and supply chain processes.
The participants get insights into current challenges in operating efficient supply chains.
This programme is designed for professionals keen to develop innovative strategies and solutions to better serve their or their companies’ customers. They are involved in creating, optimising or redesigning a supply chain. Participants with experience in operations, manufacturing, logistics, procurement, information technology management, marketing, new product development or distribution will benefit from this programme.
“Join this unique programme and experience our motto: Innovate, Impact, Inspire!” – Prof. Benny Mantin, Director of the LCL
Date: 9 & 10 November 2017
Lecturers: James B. Rice (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), Prof. Benny Mantin (University of Luxembourg)
Location: Limpertsberg Campus, University of Luxembourg