Executive Education in Sustainable Resilient Value Chains
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– EPFL: Internationally renowned university for technology innovation
– Legacy of over 30 years of teaching in global supply chain management
– More than 1’200 graduates representing 75 nationalities from 5 continents
– Partnerships with leading international companies and organizations
– Collaboration with prestigious international universities
– A key to success for your future career
– Alumni network
Redesigning human-centric manufacturing & supply networks fit for Industry 5.0
Redesign Human-Centric Manufacturing & Supply Networks: Industry 5.0.
According to Professor Kiritsis of EPFL, specializing in ICT for sustainable manufacturing: "During the last few years, we have observed continuous progress of manufacturing, driven by emerging technological innovations, allowing us to reinforce sustainable and resilient growth. In order for this progress within the manufacturing industry to be sustained and reach more end-users, create new jobs and align with the Circular Economy paradigm, a reallocation of skills is required to cover the needs for competencies in key topics of Sustainability & Resilience of Value Chains and the Enabling Technologies of the 4th Industrial Revolution".
Rethinking supply chains to cut carbon and sulfur oxide emissions
Building a better future by creating supply chain excellence. That’s the goal of the Executive Master in Global Supply Chain Management program offered at EPFL by the International Institute for the Management of Logistics and Supply Chain. And the in-company projects performed by program participants show that their novel ideas could considerably reduce CO2 and sulfur oxid emissions.
Supply chain professionals are doers
EPFL EXEd offers numerous courses and even a masters degree in Global Supply Chain Management. Why is Supply Chain Management gaining importance? Elaine Moran, Executive Director for the International Institute for the Management of Logistics and Supply Chain presents her vision in the magazine FOKUS in March 2021.