Interested candidates must hold a graduate degree to apply
The Executive Certificate Program for chief supply chain and operations officers has been launched by the Indian Institute of Management, Raipur in partnership with Imarticus Learning. Candidates must hold a graduate degree to apply for the course, which will last ten months.
The application date for the programme is December 14. Candidates can apply at imarticus.org. The training will begin in February, with the first masterclass in January. The needed minimum experience is five years, and the candidates must have received 50% in their graduation or postgraduate studies.
The programme seeks to assist aspiring supply chain and operations professionals in upskilling and obtaining better employment and advancement chances. Additionally, it will assist individuals who are already established in the industry in developing leadership abilities in the fields of strategy, operations, and technology.
In addition to a three-day immersive programme on campus, there will be more than 150 hours of live seminars led by IIM Raipur specialists. The institute will also provide a certificate to the programme graduates.
The curriculum is designed to help candidates gain a deeper understanding of management challenges pertaining to supply chain and operations while also promoting interaction with CXOs both inside and outside the organisation. Three masterclasses will be held in order to give the students a solid theoretical foundation. Through contact with subject-matter experts, the course will also promote network building and collaborative learning.
Imarticus Learning is a technology-driven training institute with extensive experience in transforming professions in fields such as finance, analytics and artificial intelligence, business analysis, and core technology.
What does a chief supply chain and operations officers do?
The chief supply chain officer is in charge of the complete supply chain management team. In this capacity, you become a significant stakeholder in the end-to-end supply chain, including sourcing, procuring, planning, producing, and distribution of products and services.