The EMIL-SCS Program helps Fortune 500 companies, facing
global supply chain issues, develop creative new solutions to improve supply
chain efficiencies and reduce costs by grooming their supply chain executives.
The academic program is designed to cover the extended supply chain and regional
differences across Europe, Asia, Latin America and the United States. EMIL-SCS
provides participants with the analytical skills and intellectual framework
needed to succeed in designing and implementing a global logistics strategy.
Work is spread over 18 months, allowing time to incorporate new ideas that
meet sponsoring organization’s long-term supply chain goals and to develop
individual skills to diagnose complex issues and define a framework for making
Twenty-eight courses have been designed specifically for EMIL-SCS. These courses
are the building blocks that challenge participants to stretch beyond their
past experience, to grasp new ideas and develop a better understanding of the
processes used by successful leaders in logistics.
The curriculum spans five residences. Each residence is scheduled for two
weeks. For additional information on the residence format, see Program Format: Residences.
EMIL-SCS’s curriculum includes demand management, finance, e-commerce, distribution
facilities, manufacturing, procurement and logistics. Instructors represent
the best of industry and academia, including faculty from Georgia Tech’s
ISyE and Management schools, MIT, Oxford and Delft University.