Training Session

The University of Miami Center for Advanced Supply Chain Management will deliver a one-day workshop on Supply Chain Innovation on November 12, 2013.

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2013 CASCM Advisory Board Meeting will be held on November 7, 2013 on Coral Gables campus.


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Supply Chain Management

The center professionals can help you gain insights on how to manage your supply chain and find solutions for your complex operational problems. You interact with your peers and provide young students opportunities for real life experience.

Advancing the Knowledge and Practice of Supply Chain Management

Supply Chain Management (SCM) is on top of the executive agendas. All businesses have at least one program on SCM. Rapidly changing business environments are placing stress on efficient SCM designs. Competitors are catching up to established competitive advantages.

The Center’s mission on advancing the knowledge and practice of Supply Chain Management continues to be as important as ever, bringing stakeholders increased profitability and efficiency, with Innovation, Complexity Reduction, Capacity Management and Lumpy Demand & Supply modeling expertise.

CASCM aims at contributing to practice, education and research in the field of supply chain management. We are focused on establishing relationships and collaborations with industry members that are active in South Florida and the LAC (Latin America and the Caribbean basin).

“Advancing the knowledge and practice of value chain management
 with efficient design through innovation, capacity management,
 stochastic models and complexity reduction” Training Session Click below to learn
 more about the upcoming
 Training Session on
SCM and Innovation