March 9, 2014 - Supply Chain Online, LLC offers an online course for supply chain management education and training and a personalized certificate of completion, available to both individuals and corporations. Course modules are written by Dr. Warren H. Hausman, Founder of Supply Chain Seminars and Professor in the Department of Management Science & Engineering at Stanford University.
Since 2001, Supply Chain Online has provided our leading educational materials to individuals and Fortune 500 companies across the globe. Click the links below to learn more about our online course:
Fundamentals of Supply Chain Management - Online Course Modules:
Course Introduction (2205 ratings)
Supply Chain Strategies I: Aligning Strategies; Efficiency and Cost Savings (1512 ratings)
Supply Chain Strategies II: Responsiveness & Advanced Topics (1059 ratings)
Internet Technologies and Supply Chain Management (1003 ratings)
Performance Measures for Supply Chain Management (909 ratings)
Product and Process Design for Supply Chain Management (943 ratings)
Course list price: $320.00
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Approx. 8 - 10 hours total to complete six 1- to 2-hour modules (self-paced) Module Details...
Unlimited web-based access for 1 year; printable material for personal use
Certificate of Completion
How to Buy
For individuals: First, create an individual account. Next, go to our course catalog and place the modules you want to buy in your shopping cart. From your cart, press the "checkout" button to complete your order. Once your order is complete, you'll have access to the modules in seconds.
For corporate/group users: Your group administrator will send you an enrollment link via email.
For corporate/group administrators: Create a group administrator account in our Group Administration System where you can order licenses and offer them to members of your organization.
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"Keep up the good work and offer more certification courses!"
"The content is fluid and is enhanced by an appropriate amount, and variety of demonstrations and graphics. The course is an organized and concise outline of such a broad topic as supply chain. I am grateful for this resource."
"[Module] SCM106 is very applicable to the Procurement field as the options to evaluate cost-saving measurements are in direct co-relation to the design of the product, the cost of production / manufacturing and the component cost of raw materials."
– March 27, 2009
"This was a great refresher for me. One of the most valuable sets of information that I've come across as a Supply Chain professional. Every functional area from sales to engineering needs to have this information to gain a better perspective of the entire value delivery system."
"Valuable concepts [in module SCM105] which I believe I can utilize immediately."
– March 18, 2009
"Cisco has found Supply Chain Online's courses to be extremely beneficial as a key training element in our broad initiative to be a leader in supply chain management. Furthermore, these courses have enabled the entire organization to become versed on a common language of supply chain execution."
Jim Miller, VP - Operations
Cisco Systems, Inc.
"Planar has made extensive use of Supply Chain Online's training materials to find and implement improvements in our complex global supply chain. The quality of the materials is excellent; the courses are easy to use, and they have proven to be a valuable component in our ongoing program of supply chain excellence and leadership."
Michael Coubrough, Director, Global Supply Chain Operations & Global Procurement
Planar Systems, Inc.
June 2013: Dr. Warren Hausman, author of Fundamentals of Supply Chain Management, receives 2012 - 2013 Department of Management Science and Engineering award for Graduate Teaching, "...to recognize and thank [him] for...extraordinary efforts that have made Stanford and the department a better place." — Stanford University Department of Management Science and Engineering
August 2012: Dr. Warren Hausman, author of Fundamentals of Supply Chain Management, receives Laudation from Production and Operations Management Journal (Production and Operations Management, July-August 2012, Vol. 21, No. 4, pages xi-xii)