Date: 10 - 14 December 2018
Registration deadline: 31 October 2018
Course fee for participants: None
Language of instruction: English
- Department heads
- Divisional heads
- Chief executive level
- Managers and directors of humanitarian organizations and government agencies
Program Duration: 5 days
Method: Interactive lectures, case studies, group work, role plays
Certificate: KLU Executive Education Program Certificate
Due to limited seats, registration will be on first come first serve basis but priorities will be given to senior leaders and decision makers currently active in the humanitarian sector. Accepted participants for the course in December 2018 will be informed by 15 November 2018. Other applicants will automatically be on the list for further trainings scheduled in 2019.
Day 1: Supply Chain Integration and Advocacy
Day 2: Organization Strategies and Supply Chain Design
Day 3: Performance Measurement
Day 4: Leadership and Change Management
Day 5: Network and Partnership Management
The growing interconnectedness in today’s world combined with accelerating change processes have created a dynamic and complex environment which places immense demands on organizations operating in the humanitarian space. In this context, supply chain management is increasingly recognized as critical success factor for short term aid deliveries as well as long term development programs.
This executive program will build your competency and knowledge to tap into the enormous potential that supply chains offer to organizations and the entire sector to ultimately do more with less.
You will be challenged to think strategically and out of the box across sectors and in different operational contexts. By the end of this program you will be equipped with an extensive skill and tool set provided by experts with commercial and humanitarian experience combined with the best academic knowledge this field has to offer.