Executive education: Strategy development for business leaders

  • Date

    Thu 8 Feb 18

Professor Taz Rajwani

Essex Business School is joining forces with the Supply Chain Academy to launch new executive education programmes for business leaders.

Our new partnership with the Supply Chain Academy will give ambitious leaders the tools to develop a competitive advantage in their organisation across a two day executive leadership programme.

The newly designed short course, Orchestrating Competitive Advantage will deliver a series of tools and techniques to help delegates make sense of external business environments, industry dynamics and market position.

The course is on 13-14 March 2018 at the Supply Chain Academy, Upminster.

Our executive education programme offers exclusive discounts to our Alumni community. Book your place online.

Professor Tazeeb Rajwani, Head of Executive Education at Essex Business School and faculty member of the Supply Chain Academy, will be delivering the unique ‘Orchestrating Competitive Advantage through your supply chain’ programme in March.

Professor Rajwani said: “The University of Essex always explores new ways of thinking and pushing boundaries. We're excited to be working in partnership with the Supply Chain Academy.”

Alex Mortimer, Director of the Supply Chain Academy and Visiting Lecturer at the University of Essex, added: “Professor Rajwani and his colleagues are very comfortable in linking academia to strategic business practice. Essex Business School has the right attitude for working in partnership and we are excited to be working together.’

The Supply Chain Academy is the only worldwide learning centre that focuses solely on the supply chain, offering high-level insight and tuition for executives through its exceptional facilities. The Supply Chain Academy is proud to be part of this partnership and is looking forward to contributing to helping the sector overcome key challenges.

For more information on the partnership, or to book your place on the programme, please visit the Supply Chain Academy’s website.