Automotive professionals interested in a deep-dive into complex automotive supply chain issues are encouraged to attend a one-week, automotive-industry focused, Global Purchasing and Supply Chain Management Seminar, October 31-November 4, 2016 at The Renaissance Center in Detroit. Sponsored collaboratively by AIAG and Wayne State University, this unique professional development opportunity has less than 10 open seats remaining.
Whether a seasoned supply chain executive or a leader in finance, product development, or operations, this seminar is designed for professionals who influence the success of their company’s supply chains. Those undertaking new supply chain management leadership roles will find the course particularly invaluable.
Joel Karczewski, vice president, business development for AIAG, says this in-depth seminar is geared toward those individuals who can influence positive change in purchasing and supply chain strategies in their companies. The event convenes purchasing, supply chain, and logistics executives to facilitate better integration of functions across the supply chain through five days of discussion on leading-edge supply chain topics and interaction with the top supply chain academics and industry professionals. By design, the seminar delivers a deeper dive than can be achieved in a typical one- or two-day conference.
The program addresses complex purchasing and supply chain topics in the context of the global auto industry — such as risk identification and mitigation, supply network interdependency, and sourcing strategies — and is taught by academics and industry executives with extensive industry experience.
Don’t miss this unique opportunity to advance your automotive supply chain knowledge. These open seats will not remain available for long.
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