In the context of economic integration and globalization, Supply Chain Management plays an increasingly important role in business today. PACE School of Supply Chain Management, one of eight affiliated schools of PACE Institute of Management, offers intensive training programs to help individuals and organizations operating in Vietnam get in-depth knowledge to optimize its Supply Chain.
Association for Supply Chain Management
The biggest the most influential organization, which defines global standards of production management and supply chain management.
PACE School of Production Management is the authorized partner of ASCM to exclusive the training program of ASCM in Vietnam.
PACE School of Supply Chain Management aims to develop 4 essential competencies that a supply chain manager should have:
Source by PACE Institute of Management
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PACE's Institute of Management and PACE's Affiliated Schools
which focus on developing the 4 essential competencies for a Supply Chain Professionals, including Cultural Competency, Professional Competency, Leadership Competency and Professional Skills (PACE's Competency Model)
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