I recently completed PG diploma in logistics and supply chain management, i want to know if its necessary to do the MBA in logistics and supply chain management next , what should i do next to advance

MBA , Logistics & Supply Chain , Logistics and supply chain // Question by Batanai | Feb 20, 2017

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  • Bright Future Computer Training- Feb 20, 2017 - 3pm


    That is a very good question. We can recommend you to take SAP MM-Material Management,since SAP is very indemand in the market and it will boost your career on your field for Supply Chain Management. Details below are the information for SAP MM.

    Scope of SAP-MM:
    With functionality for Materials Management gives you the power to create and manage end-to-end procurement processes -- from strategic sourcing to purchase order processing to invoicing.
    The SAP MM direct procurement curriculum can help you optimize processes such as purchasing, inventory management, invoice verification, external procurement, services, pricing, forecasting, reporting, cross applications, and customizations.

    Audience :
    Partner employees responsible for the implementation and ongoing support of business processes with SAP ERP and Business One at customer sites
    Outcome :
    After Successful implementation of this course you will be able to:
    Explain the terminology used by SAP ERP MM
    Learn the basics of the SAP MM system with hands-on exercises
    Learn how to navigate SAP
    Overview of the SAP MM Business process and able to perform as End User


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  • Highline Institute- Mar 02, 2017 - 12pm

    Hello Batanai,

    Inorder to work in supply chain a diploma is sufficient as the industry requires experience more than a degree.
    But inorder to grow in the industry you could do an MBA in logistics and supply chain management.

    If you are interested then let me know as we provide distnace MBA in this field.

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  • Divya - Feb 20, 2017 - 1pm

    Hello, you can consider doing MBA in Supply Chain Management. Or depending on your experience even MBA (general) will benefit you equally. 

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  • Learners Point Training Institute- May 02, 2017 - 8pm

    Whether or not to do an MBA will depend on your specific career goals and your current accomplishments.   Please call us for a free counselling.

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