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One of Europe’s leading institutes of technology and one of its leading business schools have come together to create this unique, three-day programme. With Vlerick Business School, you learn the latest in smart supply chains and digital leadership. And with the RWTH Aachen Engineering Campus, you get an action-focused learning experience.
You gain the skills, experience and confidence to implement a smart factory and digital supply chain – and develop a plan to make the transition.
You can either participate on campus or online. You simply choose whether you’d like to take part 100% on campus, or 100% online in real-time. Whichever format you select, you’ll find the learning experience immersive, practical and thought-provoking. The three-day Smart Factory and Digital Supply Chain programme consists of three modules. Together they cover the most important strategic building blocks of your operations and supply chain:
If you want to transform your operations with digital technologies, this programme is a great place to start. It gives you the knowledge, skills and insight to benchmark your digital strategy – and lead and manage your transformation.
Your immediate return on your investment in the programme will include:
In previous editions, we had the pleasure of welcoming participants from companies like:
Manager Coffee at Molenbergnatie
This programme gave me insights into concepts such as IoT, digital twins, and platform-based ecosystems. With renowned professors, testimonials from the business world, and interactive exercises, the programme offers real added value. And because it’s presented in a hybrid form, today's digital reality is tangible right from the start.
Professor of Operations Management
Professor of Organisational Behaviour
Professor of Digital Transformation
Professor of innovation management
Frank Piller is professor at RWTH Aacken and a leading expert on strategies for customer-centric value creation. Frank focusses on the need of established corporations to deal with disruptive business model innovations.