CERTIFICATE PROGRAM

Supply Chain Management Certificate

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Overview

The Chicago Institute of Business Online Supply Chain Management Certificate Program helps you gain a holistic understanding of supply chain management. You will learn to identify, evaluate and develop new opportunities, relationships and supply channels for your organization through strategic supply management.

Operations, procurement and logistics professionals look­ing to broaden their expertise have found the program useful. It is also ideal for expe­ri­enced lead­ers of the sup­ply chain who want to be abreast of best in class meth­ods and tech­niques.

This very popular online certificate program consists of five courses – four compulsory courses and an elective course. Customize your learning by selecting the appropriate elective course.





Note

As you complete each of the five (5) courses in the Chicago Institute of Business Online Supply Chain Management Cer­tifi­cate Pro­gram, you will be able to auto­mat­i­cally down­load each course cer­tifi­cate. When you complete the fifth course you will find your final certificate in the "My Certificates" section of your account page.

At the end of your study you will have received a total of six (6) cer­tifi­cates of com­ple­tion (5 from each course and an over­all cer­tifi­cate for this pro­gram). We call it the 6-​in-​1 offer!

Better still should you require a stamped hard copy of your certificate(s), we can deliver same to any address of your choosing anywhere in the world. Simply go to the "Order Hard Copy Certificate" section of your account page.

What are you still waiting for? Enroll now for the Chicago Institute of Business Online Supply Chain Management Cer­tifi­cate Pro­gram.

Well-implemented Supply Chain Management strategies help organizations achieve significant productivity and quality improvements, cost reductions, development of innovative services, and productive internal and external relationships.

It is time to lead the way!

Program Features

  • Qualification Certification
  • Recognition Global
  • Provider Chicago Institute of Business
  • Prerequisites None
  • Study Mode 100% Online
  • Location Online
  • Start Date Anytime
  • Study Load 50 hours
  • Videos Yes
  • Assessment 80% pass mark. Unlimited attempts. No negative marking
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Courses: 5 (4 Com­pul­sory and 1 Elec­tive courses)

    Compulsory Courses (4)
  • Budgets and Financial Reports Course
      Modules
    • Module One: Getting Started
    • Module Two: Glossary
    • Module Three: Understanding Financial Statements
    • Module Four: Analyzing Financial Statements (I)
    • Module Five: Analyzing Financial Statements (II)
    • Module Six: Understanding Budgets
    • Module Seven: Budgeting Made Easy
    • Module Eight: Advanced Forecasting Techniques
    • Module Nine: Managing the Budget
    • Module Ten: Making Smart Purchasing Decisions
    • Module Eleven: A Glimpse into the Legal World
    • Module Twelve: Wrapping Up
  • Business Acumen Course
      Modules
    • Module One: Getting Started
    • Module Two: Seeing the Big Picture
    • Module Three: KPIs (Key Performance Indicators)
    • Module Four: Risk Management Strategies
    • Module Five: Recognizing Learning Events
    • Module Six: You Need to Know These Answers and More
    • Module Seven: Financial Literacy (I)
    • Module Eight: Financial Literacy (II)
    • Module Nine: Business Acumen in Management
    • Module Ten: Critical Thinking in Business
    • Module Eleven: Key Financial Levers
    • Module Twelve: Wrapping Up
  • Critical Thinking Course
      Modules
    • Module One: Getting Started
    • Module Two: Components of Critical Thinking
    • Module Three: Non-Linear Thinking
    • Module Four: Logical Thinking
    • Module Five: Critical Thinkers (I)
    • Module Six: Critical Thinking (II)
    • Module Seven: Evaluate the Information
    • Module Eight: Benefits of Critical Thinking
    • Module Nine: Changing Your Perspective
    • Module Ten: Problem Solving
    • Module Eleven: Putting It All Together
    • Module Twelve: Wrapping Up
  • Supply Chain Management Course
      Modules
    • Module One: Getting Started
    • Module Two: Why Supply Chain Management?
    • Module Three: Key Terms (I)
    • Module Four: Key Terms (II)
    • Module Five: Three Levels of Supply Chain Management
    • Module Six: Five Stages of Supply Chain Management
    • Module Seven: The Flows of Supply Chain Management
    • Module Eight: Inventory Management
    • Module Nine: Supply Chain Groups
    • Module Ten: Tracking and Monitoring
    • Module Eleven: Supply Chain Event Management
    • Module Twelve: Wrapping Up
    Elective Courses (Choose 1 out of the courses below)
  • Leadership and Influence Course
      Modules
    • Module One: Getting Started
    • Module Two: The Evolution of Leadership
    • Module Three: Situational Leadership
    • Module Four: A Personal Inventory
    • Module Five: Modeling the Way
    • Module Six: Inspiring a Shared Vision
    • Module Seven: Challenging the Process
    • Module Eight: Enabling Others to Act
    • Module Nine: Encouraging the Heart
    • Module Ten: Basic Influencing Skills
    • Module Eleven: Setting Goals
    • Module Twelve: Wrapping Up
  • Marketing Essentials Course
      Modules
    • Module One: Getting Started
    • Module Two: What is Marketing?
    • Module Three: Common Marketing Types (I)
    • Module Four: Common Marketing Types (II)
    • Module Five: The Marketing Mix
    • Module Six: Communicating the Right Way
    • Module Seven: Customer Communications
    • Module Eight: Marketing Goals
    • Module Nine: The Marketing Funnel
    • Module Ten: Marketing Mistakes (I)
    • Module Eleven: Marketing Mistakes (II)
    • Module Twelve: Wrapping Up
  • Sales Essentials Course
      Modules
    • Module One: Getting Started
    • Module Two: Understanding the Talk
    • Module Three: Getting Prepared to Make the Call
    • Module Four: Creative Openings
    • Module Five: Making Your Pitch
    • Module Six: Handling Objections
    • Module Seven: Sealing the Deal
    • Module Eight: Following Up
    • Module Nine: Setting Goals
    • Module Ten: Managing Your Data
    • Module Eleven: Using a Prospect Board
    • Module Twelve: Wrapping Up
  • Teamwork and Team Building Course
      Modules
    • Module One: Getting Started
    • Module Two: Defining Success
    • Module Three: Types of Teams
    • Module Four: The First Stage of Team Development – Forming
    • Module Five: The Second Stage of Team Development – Storming
    • Module Six: The Third Stage of Team Development – Norming
    • Module Seven: The Fourth Stage of Team Development – Performing
    • Module Eight: Team Building Activities
    • Module Nine: Making the Most of Team Meetings
    • Module Ten: Solving Problems as a Team
    • Module Eleven: Encouraging Teamwork
    • Module Twelve: Wrapping Up