The program is presented by the Supply and Value Chain Center at TCU's Neeley School of Business. Classes meet on the TCU campus half a day on Friday and all day Saturday, twice a month. They are taught by TCU faculty. Topics include strategic planning and organizational design, analytics and decision models, project management, process innovation and renovation, managing complexity in the product lifecycle, sustainability and reverse logistics, and global supply chain integration and partner management. Cost is $2,500 per module. The certificate can be earned in as few as 10 months, TCU said.
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