Date of publication: 2017-09-03 09:16
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Title: Demand Forecasting: A study at Alfa Laval in Lund Accurate forecasting is a real problem at many companies and that includes Alfa Laval in Lund. Alfa Laval experiences problems forecasting.
Boasting a number of close corporate connections with representatives from Volvo Austria, Ernst & SAP Austria and the Institut für Logistik GmbH , the course is unique in the diversity of its focus, which looks at both profit and non-profit environments. Focusing on the analysis, design, management and operation of supply chains in manufacturing and professional service industries, the course covers a broad definition of supply chain management (SCM) techniques and supply chain problems.
The change management element will help you to understand the link between those inside the organisation, customers and suppliers, in order to be able to create that necessary change culture. By exploring a number of change management and leading change frameworks, you will understand how change can be effectively implemented and appreciate the dynamic components of the organisation, appreciating how logistics and supply chain effectiveness depends on a balance of these factors.
The module will provide you with a comprehensive knowledge of the common techniques in business analytics. During the course, you shall cover quantitative modelling techniques, statistics and forecasting as well as simulation. You will appreciate the benefits and understand the application of modelling and statistical techniques for decision making in supply chain management. The simulation element will provide you with an understanding of the application, strengths and weaknesses of simulation modelling techniques and the software that can be used to support decision-making in logistics and supply chain management.
The study tour will combine site visits with talks/lectures/presentations covering contemporary regional supply chain and economic issues. The nature of company site visits has been kept deliberately broad and is combined with a range of social events to ensure the widest possible interaction with local executives, academics and alumni.
Salary Sacrifice involves an employee and their organisation entering into an agreement to fund their work related study, with the employee agreeing to a reduction in their salary for a defined period corresponding to an agreed portion of the course fees.
International students pay all fees listed above(excluding the Health Plan fee) plus:
International Premium: $8,
International Health Insurance: $
Cranfield School of Management is offering a colleague bursary to sponsoring organisations when they sponsor two or more members of staff on one programme in the same calendar year. The colleague bursary represents savings of 65% towards the costs of the tuition fees for each employee.