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  1. The Eli Broad Graduate School of ManagementMichigan State University SUPPLY CHAIN AND LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT – EXECUTIVE DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS Executive Development Programs Eli Broad Graduate School of Management Michigan State University The James B. Henry Center for Executive Development 3535 Forest Road,Lansing, MI 48910-3831 Phone: (517) 353-8711 x 71006 Facsimile: (517) 353-0796 E-Mail: littlen@bus.msu.edu

  2. Michigan State UniversityAdvancing Knowledge, Transforming Lives • Over 45,000 students each year have access to more than 200 undergraduate and graduate programs in 17 degree-granting colleges, plus the MSU-Detroit College of Law. • U.S. News and World Report recently ranked 24 different academic programs at MSU in the top 25 in the nation. • MSU has a prolific record of generating national award winning students, with more Rhodes Scholars than any other Big Ten university in the last generation. • The university is a national leader in sending students to study abroad, with a quarter of all students participating. • Faculty and students have conducted groundbreaking research in top-rated programs like Bio-Physical Sciences, Packaging, and Supply Chain Management that advances knowledge and transforms lives.

  3. The Eli Broad College of BusinessThe Eli Broad Graduate School of Management • Home to nearly 5,000 undergraduate students and more than 700 graduate students each year. • It is consistently ranked among the top business schools by national recruiters and alumni. • Houses five departments of study, eight undergraduate concentrations, nine Masters-level programs, five Ph.D. programs and a number of dynamic executive development programs. • Broad School alumni hold prominent positions as executives and consultants for Fortune 500 companies all over the world. • Its mission is to excel in the education and development of business leaders and in the creation and dissemination of knowledge leading to national and international prominence for our core businesses.

  4. Integrated Supply Chain ManagementComprehensiveApproach • Our approach to education and research in the area of integrated supply chain management is comprehensive and unique among major universities • Breadth/Approach – Our focus is on the strategic integration of the supply chain to achieve breakthrough results in innovation, cost and customer performance • Integrated Group – Our faculty are resident in a dedicated supply chain management department, which permits increased collaboration and understanding • Faculty Expertise – Our faculty are internationally recognized experts in their respective fields and in the integration of these fields • Reputation – We are generally regarded as the leading university in integrated supply chain management research, knowledge development and education INNOVATION AND NEW PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT PROCUREMENT AND STRATEGIC SOURCING MANUFACTURING AND OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT LOGISTICS AND DISTRIBUTION MANAGEMENT MARKETING AND CUSTOMER DEMAND MANAGEMENT INTERNATIONAL AND GLOBAL BUSINESS STRATEGY

  5. Integrated Supply Chain ManagementFaculty Expertise Other Key Faculty Resources • Kenneth K. Boyer (Ohio State University, 1994) • Roger J. Calantone (University of Massachusetts, 1976) • S. Tamer Cavusgil (University of Wisconsin, 1976) • David J. Closs (Michigan State University, 1978) • M. Bixby Cooper (University of Alabama, 1975) • David J. Frayer (Michigan State University, 1995) • Gilbert D. Harrell (Pennsylvania State University, 1970) • John R. Hollenbeck (New York University, 1984) • G. Tomas Hult (University of Memphis, 1994) • Nicholas C. Little (MCIPS, Ealing CHE, 1980) • Daniel F. Lynch (University of Arkansas, 1998) • Stephen A. Melnyk (University of Western Ontario, 1981) • Carol Prahinski (Ohio State University, 2001) • Gary L. Ragatz (Indiana University, 1985) • Anthony Ross (Indiana University, 1995) • Joe Sandor – Professor of Practice in Supply Management • Morgan L. Swink (Indiana University, 1992) • Judith M. Whipple (Michigan State University, 1994) Robert B. Duncan, Ph.D. The Eli and Edythe L. Broad Dean The Eli Broad College of Business and The Eli Broad Graduate School of Management Michigan State University

  6. Sourcing Operations Logistics Integrated Supply Chain ManagementExtended Supply Chain Model INTERMEDIATE CUSTOMERS F I N A L C O N S U M E R S F I N A L C O N S U M E R S SUPPLIERS COMPANY Value Creation (Product/Service Development) Process Information/Demand Flows Value Delivery (Order Fulfillment) Process Value Maintenance (After Sale Service & Support) Process

  7. Executive and Professional EducationUnique Approach • The Broad School’s Executive Development Programs group focuses on customer-driven educational solutions for both individuals and organizations. • Open-Enrollment Programs • Customized Programs • We focus on intensive relationships with a few key clients – this allows bi-directional investment in the overall learning process. • Our approach to program development involves true customization – we build unique programs for individual clients based on their unique circumstances and requirements. • Our clients include a diverse set of businesses representing discrete manufacturers, process manufacturers, service companies and professional organizations. • We recognize the importance of the learning environment in supporting overall program goals and have recently invested in a $25 million executive education and corporate learning center on campus which is ideal for supporting your program. KEY CUSTOM CLIENTS

  8. Executive and Professional EducationLearning Environment

  9. Executive and Professional EducationDegree Programs SPECIALIZED MASTERS DEGREES • Master of Science – Supply Chain Management • Logistics Management Track • Operations Management Track • Supply Management Track TRADITIONAL DEGREE PROGRAMS • Bachelor of Arts – Supply Chain Management • Master of Business Administration (MBA) • Full-Time MBA Program (24 months) • Weekend MBA Program (17 months) • Executive MBA Program (21 months) • Doctor of Philosophy – Business Administration • Marketing • Logistics Management • Operations and Sourcing Management • International Business

  10. Executive and Professional EducationOpen-Enrollment Programs OPEN-ENROLLMENT PROGRAM CATEGORIES • Business Strategy and Leadership Management • Strategic Planning • Marketing and Sales • Financial Management and Control • Supply Chain Management • Business Tools and Techniques KEY PROGRAMS • Broad Executive Seminar • October 19-25, 2008 • Logistics in Supply Chain Management Executive Seminar • May 4-9, 2008 • Purchasing and Supply Chain Management Executive Seminar • June 1-6, 2008

  11. Executive and Professional EducationCustomized Programs DEVELOPMENT TIMELINE AND APPROACH ASSESS OUTCOMES DETERMINE DESIRED OUTCOMES DEVELOPMENT TIMELINE 2-6 MONTHS DELIVER PROGRAM RESEARCH (JOINT MEETINGS) CONTENT APPROVAL CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT CONTENT DEVELOPMENT CURRICULUM APPROVAL

  12. General Leadership Development Approach

  13. Global Capabilities • International Executive Development Programs • Monash University (Australia) • UFRJ - COPPEAD (Brazil) • Center for International Business Education and Research (MSU CIBER) • S. Tamer Cavusgil, Executive Director • G. Tomas Hult, Director • The Global Procurement and Supply Chain Benchmarking Initiative (GEBN) • European Benchmarking Forum (United Kingdom) • Greater China Supply Chain Forum • Individual Expertise

  14. Other Opportunities for Cooperative Gains • Recruitment • Internships • Supply Chain Council • Research Involvement • Sponsorship (research, chairs, etc.) • Linkage with Other MSU Colleges • Learning Leaders Forum • Financial Analysis, Teaming and On-Demand Supply Chain Laboratories • Center for Leadership of the Digital Enterprise

  15. Questions? For further information, Please contact: Nick Little Assistant Director Executive Development Programs The Eli Broad Graduate School of Management Michigan State University The James B. Henry Center for Executive Development 3535 Forest Road  Lansing, MI 48910-3831 Office: +1 (517) 353-8711 x 71006 Cell: +1 (517) 256-4708 E-Mail: littlen@bus.msu.edu www.bus.msu.edu/execed