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The workshop “Supply chain management 4.0” reviews the impact of the 4th industrial revolution and digital disruption on logistics and supply chain management.
The digitalisation of supply chains and manufacturing processes fundamentally changes their operations and supplier interactions, creating new challenges as well as opportunities.
Gain the skills you need to stay ahead of these changes!
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 offers dedicated executive education programmes. 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.
“Join this unique programme and experience our motto: Innovate, Impact, Inspire!” – Prof. Benny Mantin, Director of the LCL
Topics of the workshop:
Digitalisation in supply chains
End-to-end supply chain management with control towers
Supply chain analytics
Technologies for optimising physical logistics
Operating models for digital supply chains
Learning outcomes and benefits
The programme introduces participants to the most important themes of financial analytics and digitalisation of supply chains.
Participants develop a comprehensive understanding of the technologies available for their companies’ logistics and supply chain processes.
The programme covers state-of-the-art research concepts, case studies.
Participants gain 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.
Prof. Kai Hoberg
Kai Hoberg is an associate professor in supply chain and operations strategy at the Kühne Logistics University in Hamburg. His research focuses on the impact of new technologies on supply chain management, supply chain analytics and inventory modeling.
Prof. Benny Mantin
Benny Mantin is the Director of the Luxembourg Centre for Logistics and Supply Chain Management (LCL). His research addresses topical, important and challenging aspects of dynamic pricing and revenue management (DP/RM), supply chain management, and transportation economics.
Date: 15 & 16 January 2018
Location: Limpertsberg Campus, University of Luxembourg