Nooree, Apr 2017

My experience in supply chain started in garment manufacturing factories in India. I later moved downstream to liaison offices between retailers, wholesalers and suppliers. I had a progressive and enjoyable career in a multinational company, which is the fifth largest trading group in the world. Throughout the years that I worked in supply chain in India, I did not have a professional supply chain degree or certificate. Read more on edX.

Mayank, Feb 2017

With new enhancements in computational capabilities, it is becoming easier for businesses to tackle complex big-data optimization and forecasting problems. The supply chain industry has significantly benefited from these advancements to improve planning, thereby enhancing overall operational efficiency. Read more on edX.

Javier, Dec 2016

When I first joined Google’s Supply Chain Engineering team, I knew very little about the domain, as my background is in search and ads. It was hard to find good resources that were general enough for someone who just started working in the area, but also concrete enough to be useful in day-to-day work. Read more on edX.

Obehi, Dec 2016

I started by taking the first course in the MITx MicroMasters in Supply Chain Management in February, because I wanted to have fun and learn something new. Upon completing the first two courses, I realized that I had discovered my passion for supply chain management. Read more on edX.

Bill, Oct 2016

The MicroMasters program is improving my career, helping me lead others and helping me to make better decisions on the job. Plus, it’s the best deal in the world! $150 bucks a class? It’s just wonderful. Read more on edX.

Danaka, Oct 2016

Danaka Porter on EdX remarks on MicroMasters in Supply Chain

I first heard about the MITx MicroMasters program from a friend who was a graduate from the on-campus program at MIT. As a supply chain consultant, I immediately began to think about how I could better serve my clients if I was equipped with the deep industry knowledge offered by MIT’s #1 ranked program. However, I knew that attending school in Massachusetts was not something I could fit into my busy life in Canada. Read more on edX.

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Supply Chain Analytics (SC0x): starts April 4, 2018
Supply Chain Fundamentals (SC1x): starts Dec. 27, 2017
Supply Chain Design (SC2x): starts Sept. 6, 2017
Supply Chain Dynamics (SC3x): starts Jan. 3, 2018
Supply Chain Technology and Systems (SC4x): starts April 4, 2018

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