About the Program
Supply chain management involves the flow of materials, cash and information from the source of raw materials to end customers, and back. It is the cornerstone and basis of every company’s operations, and determines success in the marketplace. Supply Chain Costs are one of the critical elements in the management and structure of the supply chain – they range from 50% to 80% and more of the entire costs of the company. Managing, maintaining and reducing these costs are, therefore, one of the key strategic imperative of the company. At Rady’s Institute for Supply Excellence and Innovation (ISEI), we integrate analytics, technology and innovation with the end-to-end supply chain, to understand total costs, liquidity, customer satisfaction, and the mitigation of risk.
Participants can expect to enhance both their professional capabilities while contributing significant value to their business stakeholders.
Professor Hyoduk Shin: Dr. Shin holds a Ph.D. from Stanford Graduate School of Business, and an M.S. in Statistics from the University of Chicago. He is a recipient of Lieberman Fellowship from Stanford University, and has numerous awards of Excellence in Teaching at Rady and Chairs’ Core Course Teaching Award at Kellogg. His has been published in numerous journals, and his research interests include forecast information sharing and investment in supply chain management, competitive strategies under operational constraints, and the economics of information technology.
Professor Vish Krishnan: Dr. Krishnan holds a PhD in engineering from MIT and is currently Chaired Professor and a founding faculty at UC San Diego’s Rady School of Mgmt and a Visiting Professor at MIT. Vish has also been a visiting Professor at the Harvard Business School, and has co-authored some of the most cited articles on the topics of innovation and growth strategy. He has been the winner of the Most Valuable Professor award with substantial industry and entrepreneurial experience.
Professor Terry August: Dr. August received his PhD from Stanford Graduate School of Business, an MS in financial mathematics from Stanford, and both MS and BE degrees in chemical engineering from Vanderbilt. He has worked in product development, manufacturing operations and software engineering for companies such as Clorox and Quickblocks. Currently, he co-directs the MS program in Business Analytics at Rady, and has been recognized by the UCSD Chancellor’s Associates with a faculty excellence award for graduate teaching
Christopher Gopal: Chris has over 35 years executive and consulting experience in Global Supply Chain & Operations, Technology and Innovation and is considered a global thought leader in the field. His Industry/executive positions have included VP positions in WW Operations at Dell Computer, Unisys and SAIC, and he was the Director and Senior Partner at Ernst & Young Global Supply Chain & Operations Consulting. His consulting clients have included major global companies, and he is the lead co-author of three books on Supply Chain & Operations Management. Chris was nominated to the 2015, 2016 and 2017 Supply Chain Guru panels for SC Digest. He holds a PhD from USC and an MBA from the Cranfield School of Management, UK. Chris serves as the Executive-in-Residence at the Institute for Supply Excellence and Innovation at the Rady School.
Jimmy Anklesaria: Jimmy is considered one of the world authorities in the field of Supply Chain Cost Management. He has 40 years of executive, consulting and academic experience and has impacted the transformation of several Fortune 100 companies. Jimmy has authored two of the leading books in Cost Management, “Zero Base Pricing” and “Supply Chain Cost Management”. He is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants, holds a law degree and an MBA from the University of San Diego. Jimmy serves on the Board of several profit and non-profit organizations.
*The Rady School of Management Center for Executive Development (CED) may change, postpone or cancel a class at any time. We do not provide refunds for any fees related to travel, including but not limited to gas, bus fare, train tickets, airline tickets, etc. Certificate requirements may also change. We will provide as much notice as possible should this occur.