Leveraging digital opportunities for advancing logistics and supply chain management
Date: November 10 – 11, 2016 | Course language: German
Program Duration: 2 days
Method: Interactive lectures, case studies and group work
Academic Directors: Prof. Dr. Kai Hoberg
Slot 1 - From Industry 4.0 to “Supply Chain 4.0”
Slot 2 - Managing end-to-end supply chains using control towers
Slot 3 - Supply chain analytics leveraging (big) data
Slot 4 - The potential of smart devices in supply chains
Slot 5 - Technologies for optimizing physical logistics
Slot 6 - Operating models for the digital supply chains
Slot 7 - Customer journeys along “Supply Chain 4.0”
Slot 8 - Managing the “Supply Chain 4.0” transformation
Logistics and supply chain managers have always used the latest technologies to boost their company’s competitive advantage. Today’s new disruptive technologies will fundamentally change the way supply chains operate in the near future. Intelligent and connected supply chains can take advantage of the new opportunities and drive new levels of efficiency on the one hand. On the other hand, new business models that can increase revenues and attract new customers will emerge. In this two-day course, we will shed light on the potential of “Supply Chain 4.0” – the coming revolution in supply chain management. The course will provide in-depth insights into new technologies such as analytics, control towers and smart devices that will affect our supply chains. The participants will use case studies, short videos, and hands-on discussions to learn about the technologies’ impact on logistics and supply chains. In addition, we will review implementation approaches and challenges. The course is aimed at logistics and supply chain managers in the logistics, manufacturing and retailing sectors.
Learning Outcomes and Benefits for your Company
KLU‘s Executive Seminar introduces participants to the most important themes of digitalization in the field of logistics and supply chain management. The participants will develop a comprehensive understanding of how the can select the right technologies for their companies’ logistics and supply chain processes.
Participants develop a comprehensive understanding of logistics and supply chain processes.