SC405 Supply Chain Finance and Optimization

Certificate Track: Sustainable Supply Chain Management

As firms continue to outsource and offshore production globally, managing a firm’s supply base becomes challenging. To add to this complexity is managing the financial components involved with the sourcing, production, storage and delivery of goods in the supply chain. This course will cover how firms optimize cashflows throughout the supply chain in order to keep the enterprise funded and allow the business of supply chain to continue to move the wheels of the world.Register now button

Topics include (but not limited to):

  • Factoring and reverse factoring
  • Asset based financing
  • Inventory management
  • Global supply chain operations

Cost: $589
Discounts may apply, please refer to the registration page for details.

Instructor: Scott DuHadway
Instructor Scott DuHadwayScott DuHadway is an Assistant Professor of Supply Chain Management at PSU. Dr. DuHadway received a Ph.D. in Operations and Sourcing from Michigan State University, and a B.S. degree in both Operations Management and Business Administration from Utah State University. His research explores the dark-side of supplier relationship such as opportunistic behavior, conflict, interorganizational fraud, and disruptions due to intentional supplier behavior. Most of his research explores interface between organizational behavior theories in the supply chain context with an emphasis in supplier relationship management and risk.


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