MIT Morris and Sophie Chang Building (E52)
50 Memorial Drive
6th Floor Samberg Conference Center
Cambridge, MA 02142
Finance is widely recognized as the language of business – yet supply chain managers have not fully learned how to communicate the impact of their function in financial terms. This workshop will show how supply chain actions affect the income statement and balance sheet – two key financial statements – and how supply chain managers can explain their decisions in the language of finance. The workshop will include exercises that challenge the participants to make critical investments in working capital, focusing on four core supply chain elements: inventory, capital operating equipment, payables and receivables.
The MIT Center for Transportation & Logistics (MIT CTL) invites you to attend its industry-leading executive education program Supply Chain Financial Analysis
8:00 Registration & Continental Breakfast
9:00 Introduction to Supply Chain Financial Analysis
10:30 Activity Based Costing – Dakota Office Products Case
1:00 Cash Conversion Cycle
2:30 Working Capital Simulation
4:45 Summary of Day 1
8:15 Continental Breakfast
9:00 Working Capital Simulation Debrief
10:00 Supply Chain Cash Flow Analysis
1:00 David Berman Case
2:30 Summary of Day 1 and 2
Taught by distinguished MIT faculty and researchers, this executive course is a fast-paced mix of simulations, case studies, MIT CTL research, and thought-provoking, interactive class sessions. There has never been a better time to hone your supply chain management skills and develop new ones. Join us at MIT CTL and step up to the future of supply chain.
This is an open enrollment event. Partners of CTL receive two free seats. For more information, contact Katie Date at firstname.lastname@example.org or 617-253-5239.