Resilient Value Chain Management
While modern industry is still adapting to the emergence of Industry 4.0, a new opportunity space is starting to surface. The ability to balance sustainability, people and resilient value chains is quickly becoming the defining differentiator for Operations professionals the world over. We call this Industry 5.0. And we want you to shape it.
Profound change currents are reshaping supply chains on a global scale. Those who wish to stay ahead of this change need to move from supply chain management to value chain management thinking. Move beyond simply managing operations to realizing growth, innovation and sustainability goals towards Industry 5.0.
Unlocking the opportunity to set growth, innovation and sustainability goals rather than simply managing operations is the great competitive advantage of professionals versed in Industry 5.0.
Our executive certificate is for those who want to drive change responsibly within the value chain. It focuses on end-to-end value creation, from procurement/sourcing to remanufacture, refurbishing and recycling.
This program is for professionals with minimum 5 years who want to understand and transform the value chain and bring sustainable solutions to the decision-making table by leveraging Industry 5.0 opportunities.
The modules consist each of 3 full class days (Thursday, Friday, Saturday), in person at the EPFL campus, along with remote and blended learning. Total required time investment is approximatively 350 hours. It is designed to enable you to continue your work and study at the same time.
A Certificate of Advanced Studies (CAS) is granted by EPFL upon successful completion of all modules.
March 30 – April 1, 2023
Make a measurable difference
- Green distribution & cost impacts
- AI driven transportation
- Urban transportation
- Reverse logistics
April 20-22, 2023
Re-design, risk manage & scenario plan
- Redesigning your operations strategy
- Risk: strategic vs operational vs tactical
- The customer at the centre
- Scenario planning
May 11 – 13, 2023
Maximise the value of the end to end supply chain
- E2E Value chain overview
- The financial value in the value chain
- Value stream mapping
- The power of collaborative planning
- Introduction to predictive analytics
June 1 – 3, 2023
Move towards the new metrics
- Operations at the centre of company strategy
- Productivity & operational speed for agility
- Ops analytics & re-design
- The new operations KPIs
6 Online Webinars
- April 5th
- April 12th
- April 26th
- May 3rd
- May 17th
- May 24th
Deeply understanding the various value chain stakeholder interests
The fee for the CAS (5 modules) is 9’800 CHF
The fee for a single module is 3’200 CHF.
Please note: Application priority is given to full CAS, single modules are subject to availability.
A Bachelor’s degree, fluency in English and a minimum of 5 years work experience.
Application and Registration
All applications for the CAS should be done online. See the FAQs for required documents, and apply online.
Would you like to learn more about the CAS and how to secure your seat?
Request a brochure with a full overview of the program. We are happy to answer any questions you would have.
Our most common questions are listed below, however feel free to get in touch at [email protected] if you have further questions.
The program is fully operational with in-person classes and ready to adapt its delivery method as needed, in line with the directives set by EPFL. For any specific questions regarding the mode of delivery of classes, please contact us at [email protected].
5 Modules 9’800 CHF
1 single module 3’200 CHF.
Application priority is given to full CAS, single modules are subject to availability.
All 5 modules must be successfully completed in order to obtain the CAS
- Each module consists of 4 x 3 days of live classes (every 3rd week-end on Thu, Fri & Sat and 6 webinars), over a period of 3 months
- These are consecutive Thursday, Friday and Saturday
- Class days start at 9h15 and finish at 17h15
Each module includes remote and blended learning
A Bachelor’s degree, fluency in English and a minimum of 5 years work experience
Follow the online application link below. You will need:
- Curriculum Vitae
- Copy & transcript for each degree
- A scan of your passport
- One passport photo (minimum 300 dpi – jpg file)
- Apply for the Certificate of Advanced Studies (all modules)
Applications are taken on a rolling basis; it is advisable to apply at least 30 days prior to the start of the module.
The CAS starts on March 30th, 2023.
However, pre-work will be expected to be done in the week preceding the start of the CAS. Readings will be available on our online platform 2 weeks before the start of the CAS.