Full course description
Strategic Sourcing in a Digital Economy
This course focuses on understanding the role of a successful strategic sourcing function in Industry 4.0, including these key elements: sourcing strategy; supplier qualification and selection; relationship management and legal and ethical considerations; and leveraging Big Data and analytics to monitor performance. Demonstration of how to apply the elements of strategic sourcing will take place through a final project exploring concepts of supplier management through quantitative and qualitative analysis, differentiating between critical and non-critical suppliers.
About This Course
Strategic Sourcing in a Digital Economy is part of our Global Supply Chain MBA specialization and our Four Pillars of Global Supply Chain graduate certificate. If you are interested in enrolling in this course, you are encouraged to pre-register and we will follow up to help you complete your registration. Tuition per course is $3510 and will be invoiced the first week of class. You will earn three graduate credit hours upon successful completion of this course. Length – 8 weeks Winter 1 start – October 18
We prefer to offer a face-to-face attendance option for our courses; however, we are committed to following CDC and governmental guidelines during the COVID19 crisis. We will return to offering face-to-face delivery when it is allowed. In the meantime, all of our courses are offered via live video conference or online.