Next-Generation Global Supply Chain Leadership

Course Code
NGGSCL

Join Caltech's specialized Next Generation Global Supply Chain Leadership Certificate Program, the premier executive education and development initiative for next-generation leaders at technology-driven manufacturing and distribution companies. In this comprehensive program, emerging corporate leaders learn to successfully orchestrate global supply chains, cascade learning across regions, and equip new managers to effectively navigate uncertainty and drive efficiency. This customizable program focuses on the development of employees in a single company or conglomerate of technology brands and markets.

  • Learners Any Level
  • Time Client definable
  • Duration Client definable
  • Program Type Executive Programs
  • Certificate Type Certificate Available
  • Format On-Campus
  • CEU/PDU Available
  • Fees Group Rate

Join Caltech's specialized Next Generation Global Supply Chain Leadership Certificate Program, the premier executive education and development initiative for next-generation leaders at technology-driven manufacturing and distribution companies. In this comprehensive program, emerging corporate leaders learn to successfully orchestrate global supply chains, cascade learning across regions, and equip new managers to effectively navigate uncertainty and drive efficiency. This customizable program focuses on the development of employees in a single company or conglomerate of technology brands and markets.

Next-Generation Global Supply Chain Leadership

Program Experience

Our comprehensive programs for leadership are the cornerstone for Caltech CTME—specifically designed to engage and grow the 21st century-ready talent who will steer your organization through volatility, uncertainty, complexity, and ambiguity. Our suite of custom programs offers distinctive pathways for researchers, engineers, technology marketers, and operations leaders to build the broad set of competencies needed to drive success for your organization and its mission. 

Companies annually enroll 20–30 high-potential participants who have been selected as the company's future leaders. We work with you to tailor a fast-track preparation program focused on real company challenges that participants will face as future leaders of the organization.

Our custom courses include lectures, role-playing, case studies, group work, and individual exercises designed for real-life solutions that can be implemented on the job. Participants develop essential interpersonal understanding and skills in leadership, team-building, and influencing.

Benefits

In the Next-Generation Global Supply Chain Leadership Certificate Program, your teams will learn to: 

  • Strengthen your capabilities and style in preparation to lead tomorrow’s operationally intense organization 

  • Cultivate empathic leadership traits that help you communicate with internal and external stakeholders 

  • Craft the future of your organization by applying techniques for innovation and execution of competitive supply chain strategies 

  • Build a genuinely international perspective by participating in the around-the-world itinerary of this unique program 

  • Make better decisions across the supply chain with new insight into the economic realities of your organization 

  • Articulate a broad understanding of all aspects of the supply chain and its supporting network 

  • Create greater shareholder value


  • Spark new mindsets necessary for critical thinking, inclusion, and systems thinking


  • Improve your ability to influence in matters where you may not be the authority 

Topics

 

Diagram of Supply Chain Framework

This overarching framework is designed to help balance what is in the program.
There are 90 available workshops and courses. 

 

Course Supply Chain Activities
Supply Chain Management
Supply Chain Leadership

Sales and Operations Planning

Purchasing and Production Planning

Sourcing

Production Engineering

Production Management

Distribution Management

Logistics, Warehousing, and Transportation

Inventory Management

Return Logistics

Advanced Supply Chain Topics

Cost Accounting

Environmental Stewardship

Product Data and Management

Project Management

Quality Management

Risk Management

Set-up and Change-Over Reduction

Systems and Information Management

Workplace Safety

 

Leadership, Behavior, and Culture

Organizational Design

Supply Chain Economics

Who Should Attend

Early-career to mid-career supply chain practitioners, procurement managers, planners, schedulers, inventory managers, warehouse and depot teams, logisticians, materiel command specialists, supply network analysts, or individuals who are seeking an overview of the operations management process. 

Instructors

Photo of Alan G. Dunn

Alan G. Dunn

Next-Generation Supply Chain and Operations, Executive Education