What can you learn with Supply Chain Design from MITx

Hey there, Skill Miner is online and this is my first review in 2019. At the end of 2018, I have finished the Supply Chain Design (SC2x) course from MITx. Working in operations and facing daily the tasks connected to a production flow optimization, process improvement and financial calculations I wanted to enhance my expertise … Continue reading What can you learn with Supply Chain Design from MITx

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Supply Chain Fundamentals explained by MITx

Hey there, Skill Miner is online. Have you ever thought what stays behind the work of such giants like Danone or Coca-Cola? How they manage to control their massive Supply Chains? Or what is flowing in the veins of automotive OEM giants and Tier 1-2 suppliers. How they manage to get all the necessary components … Continue reading Supply Chain Fundamentals explained by MITx

3 must have courses making material mechanics simple

Hey there, Skill Miner is online. Today we are going to dive into an amazing learning opportunity from MITx. If you are an Engineer and always wanted to know more about material mechanics, there is a great way to do it. MITx offers a series of three courses on edx.org in this field. They will … Continue reading 3 must have courses making material mechanics simple

The best Supply Chain Management online training ever on edx.org

December 2016. We had recently moved with my wife to a new flat in Moscow.  I had just finished my Master Black Belt certification in Six Sigma from MSI (read about this in coming posts) and was looking for the next course. The situation at my work was quiet and boring, I hated that feeling, that my brain is under-challenged. I was looking for some information about process optimization (I worked as a Process Engineer at that time) when I found a Micromster's offering on edx from MIT. After reading a short introduction I took CTL.SC0x Supply Chain Analytics and immediately paid a certificate (150$) and have never regretted it.

Why you should not pay for this course on edx.org

This was my 6th course in MITx series. I remember that day. A slight twilight behind the window indicated the end of a decently hard working day.  We had just finished a massive (60 pages) review paper on some polymeric stuff with my colleagues, when I came across this wonderful, as I thought, opportunity. MIT had launched a MicroMaster's program in Principles of Manufacturing and the first course was dedicated to the statistical process control. "Here we are",- came into my mind. God, if I only knew.