Supply Chain Management

Register 5 weeks in advance and get an early bird discount of 10%

For safety reasons, all the Executive Education classes are held in line with the WHO and Luxembourg Ministry of Health guidelines. The size of the group is limited to 25 participants.


The perspective of the course is both business and technical. The point is to identify how the supply chain can deliver a “fair value” to the business in order to support its objectives and even more in some innovative cases contribute to rethink the value chains and to redesign the relative business models.

Who should attend?

  • This program has been designed for:
    • Managers involved in the general business and strategic management of the supply chain 
    • Managers who want to gain a deeper understanding of the role supply chains play in a company’s overall business strategy

Program Objectives

  • Integrate Supply Chain Management (SCM) as a leverage of business value creation at the GM / Excom level
  • Get acquainted with the building blocks of a supply Chain model
  • Be able to use the Supply Chain Management lens to challenge your company Value Model
  • Be inspired by Supply Chain concepts and practices to any type of organization
  • What are ecosystems and what strategies should firms use to compete in these contexts?
  • How can digital transformation be successfully executed within the organization?
  • The 5-parameter value equation of SCM (Supply Chain Management): which value can SCM generate for business.
  • The prioritization of the value objectives: the trade-off as the 1st paradigm of SCM
  • The 5-building blocks of the Supply Chain operating system: the SCM solutions (governance and KPIs, Processes, People, Production and Logistics Operations, Data and IT)
  • The Supply Chain model: how to align the Supply Chain value equation to the SC operating system. The 2nd paradigm of SCM: fair value
  • Segmentation of Supply Chain models according to business strategic segmentation
  • Focus of S&OP (Sales & Operations Planning) / IBP (Integrated Business Planning)
  • Focus of Supply Chain digitalization
  • How to design an agile and a resilient Supply Chain.


Michel Fender is Adjunct Professor at HEC Paris since 2014 in charge of teaching Supply Chain, Value and Operations Management. He acts as Senior Advisor for the Executive Committees of companies in various industry sectors and sizes in a dominant international context. He has been Professor at Ecole des Ponts ParisTech for 18 years and President of the Industrial Engineering department. His ambition in research is to highlight the role of Supply Chain Management as a preferred leverage for exploiting and exploring the value model of any enterprise. His fundamental posture is to closely hybrid advisory and training, technical expertise and management, operations and business.


Julien Alves
Open Programs Manager
Phone: +352 26 25 89 80
Mobile: + 352 621 659 555
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