Continuing Executive Education to Advance Your Career

Supply Chain Management
for Life Sciences

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What is the Bio Supply Chain Academy?

Bio Supply Chain Academy (BSCA), the founding nexus of the Bio Supply Management Alliance (BSMA), is dedicated to the education of innovative professionals who serve the needs of patients, point-of-care healthcare organizations and the Life Sciences industry.

Since its inception in 2007, BSMA has been a global organization that fosters Innovation and Adoption of disruptive technologies within the end-to-end supply chain of the Life Sciences industry. With offices in California (USA), Brussels (Belgium) and Mumbai (India), BSMA promotes collaboration and networking between professionals of the biotech, pharmaceutical, academic and medical diagnostics enterprises. The Alliance partners with industry, academia, foundations, suppliers, technology enablers, research institutions, trade organizations and the government to improve productivity, quality, product and service integrity, risk mitigation, managerial talent development and patient care globally. It is also the home of start-up companies engaged in business development and scale up.

The Bio Supply Chain Academy is excited to launch the Program for Career and Talent Development for supply chain management professionals in Life Sciences. Designed to help you master the wide-ranging aspects of entrepreneurial success, this program will provide a balanced perspective of talented people building efficient supply chain and business processes through the use of enabling technology.

Date

October 19-21, 2020

Venue

Crowne Plaza Foster City-San Mateo
1221 Chess Drive, Foster City | California | 94404

Course Fees

$3,000 for the 3-day program

What is Supply Chain Management?

“It is a set of approaches utilized to efficiently integrate suppliers, manufacturers, warehouse, and stores, so that merchandise is produced and distributed at the right quantities, to the right locations, and at the right time, in order to minimize system-wide costs while satisfying service level requirements”

David Simchi-Levi, Philip Kaminsky, Edith Simchi-Levi, “Designing and Managing the Supply Chain – Concepts, Strategies and Case Studies”, McGraw Hill Irwin, 2008

What Will You Learn?

“The global economy is transforming the way business operates. It favors organizations that can reach across boundaries effectively. It rewards those that can collaborate smoothly with their partners and customers. As a result, business excellence is no longer about individual players — it’s about effortless coordination and orchestration across your value chain. To thrive in this environment, you must optimize the performance of your entire business community — from your smallest supplier to your largest customer.”

You Will Learn

  • The unique supply chain challenges and solutions of the Life Sciences industry consisting of Biotech, Pharmaceutical, Medical Devices and Diagnostics
  • New perspective of the business enterprise from Planning, Strategic Sourcing to Manufacturing to Distribution and Transportation to Patient Care.
  • Process and Technology Innovations in the supply chain from Clinical Operations to Manufacturing to Delivery to Patient.
  • Transformation of the industry through Digital Technologies including Data Analytics, Predictive and Prescriptive Analytics,  RPA, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, IoT, and the Distributed Ledger in Life Sciences  (Blockchain).
  • How to assess your personal SWOTs and take ownership of  your personal career path.
  • How to assess your personal SWOTs  and develop your personal career path.

Who Will Teach?

The program in Supply Chain Management will be delivered by executives in Life Sciences from leading edge enterprises as well as by a core academic group of Supply Chain experts from eminent institutions.

Who Should Attend?

The program serves the objective of anyone desirous of rising to the next level in the organization in the short term and to the top of the organization in the long term. It is specifically designed to serve the professionals engaged in the following functions:

  1. Business Strategy
  2. Sales & Operations Planning  
  3. Inventory Management  
  4. Strategic Sourcing and Purchasing  
  5. Clinical Operations
  6. Manufacturing Operations
  7. Commercial Operations
  8. Warehousing, Logistics and Distribution  
  9. Information Technology
  10. Quality Assurance
  11. Risk Management
  12. Sustainability and Environmental Management
  13. Master Data Management 
  14. Risk Management

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