The Center for Supply Chain Research (CSCR), working with Executive Education in the College of Business and Economics, sponsors a number of educational activities:
- Professional Development Seminars are 1- or 2-day seminars on topics of interest to supply chain practitioners.
- CSCR faculty teach customized seminars on-site at companies and other organizations on a wide range of supply chain topics.
- Executive Roundtables provide a structured and confidential environment for executives to share supply chain best practices and discuss their business challenges with their peers.
CSCR Executive Roundtables provide a structured and confidential environment for executives to share supply chain best practices and discuss their business challenges with their peers. By participating in an Executive Roundtable, participants can expect to make better decisions, solve challenging supply chain issues, and build strong business relationships. Executive Roundtable meetings typically consists of 8 to 12 peers with similar company sizes in non-competing businesses. Meetings can be held at Lehigh University, at a participant’s business location, or at a convenient location such as a restaurant. Each Roundtable includes a preplanned agenda addressing a particular issue or set of issues and is facilitated by the CSCR. Typical meetings include discussion on issues such as supply chain strategy, lean initiatives, green or sustainable supply chains, optimization techniques, and other timely subjects.
For more information, to sponsor an Executive Roundtable, or to participate in an upcoming roundtable, please contact us. To learn more about Executive Education at Lehigh University, please visit our website.