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Penn State Opens Enrollment for Supply Chain Program

Based on extensive research conducted in 2013, Penn State Executive Programs has refined the curriculum of its entire supply chain portfolio, including the launch of two new programs.

Penn State Opens Enrollment for Supply Chain Program

Penn State Executive Programs "” in a joint effort with Smeal's Center for Supply Chain Research "” set out to update and modernize its portfolio of open-enrollment supply chain management programs. By researching market trends, as well as seeking feedback from past program participants, faculty and top leaders in the supply chain industry, Penn State Executive Programs was able to implement many significant improvements to its portfolio.

"These changes will improve the learning experience by providing participants with an array of knowledge, skills and tools that can be applied immediately to drive performance and value within their organizations," said Jeffrey L. Spearly, senior director of learning and development, Penn State Executive Programs.

"The key goal of this effort was to ensure that our supply chain management programs are relevant and applicable to our clients' professional development needs. These changes will improve the learning experience by providing participants with an array of knowledge, skills and tools that can be applied immediately to drive performance and value within their organizations."

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Penn State Executive Programs "” in a joint effort with Smeal's Center for Supply Chain Research "” set out to update and modernize its portfolio of open-enrollment supply chain management programs. By researching market trends, as well as seeking feedback from past program participants, faculty and top leaders in the supply chain industry, Penn State Executive Programs was able to implement many significant improvements to its portfolio.

"These changes will improve the learning experience by providing participants with an array of knowledge, skills and tools that can be applied immediately to drive performance and value within their organizations," said Jeffrey L. Spearly, senior director of learning and development, Penn State Executive Programs.

"The key goal of this effort was to ensure that our supply chain management programs are relevant and applicable to our clients' professional development needs. These changes will improve the learning experience by providing participants with an array of knowledge, skills and tools that can be applied immediately to drive performance and value within their organizations."

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Penn State Opens Enrollment for Supply Chain Program