In today’s global economy, supply chain management has become an increasingly important area of business. To remain competitive, firms rely on networks of companies called supply chains. Supply chains integrate all of the processes involved in the supply and demand of products and services through coordinated efforts.
Develop the essential skills and expertise to manage geographically dispersed networks of suppliers, manufacturers, logistic services providers, transportation carriers, distributors, service support operators and customers.
- Business Analysis
- Business Transformation
- E-supply Chain Management
- Global Supply Chain Management
- Inventory Management
- Manufacturing Management
- Project Management
- Quality Assurance
Where Recent Sprott Alumni Are Working
- Senior Project Manager
Department of National Defence (Ottawa)
- Supply Chain Analyst
Loblaw Companies Ltd. (Toronto)
- Assistant Buyer
Costco Wholesale Canada (Ottawa)
- Procurement Coordinator
- Inside Sales Representative
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