Supply Chain Analytics

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Supply chains are complex systems involving multiple businesses and organizations with different goals and objectives. Many different analytical methods and techniques are used by researchers and practitioners alike to better design and manage their supply chains. This business and management course introduces the primary methods and tools that you will encounter in your study and practice of supply chains. We focus on the application of these methods, not necessarily the theoretical underpinnings.

We will begin with an overview of introductory probability and decision analysis to ensure that students understand how uncertainty can be modeled. Next, we will move into basic statistics and regression. Finally, we will introduce optimization modeling from unconstrained to linear, non-linear, and mixed integer linear programming.

This is a hands-on course. Students will use spreadsheets extensively to apply these techniques and app...

Supply chains are complex systems involving multiple businesses and organizations with different goals and objectives. Many different analytical methods and techniques are used by researchers and practitioners alike to better design and manage their supply chains. This business and management course introduces the primary methods and tools that you will encounter in your study and practice of supply chains. We focus on the application of these methods, not necessarily the theoretical underpinnings.

We will begin with an overview of introductory probability and decision analysis to ensure that students understand how uncertainty can be modeled. Next, we will move into basic statistics and regression. Finally, we will introduce optimization modeling from unconstrained to linear, non-linear, and mixed integer linear programming.

This is a hands-on course. Students will use spreadsheets extensively to apply these techniques and approaches in case studies drawn from actual supply chains.

MITx MicroMasters Credential in Supply Chain Management

The MITx MicroMasters Credential in Supply Chain Management is specifically designed and administered by MIT’s Center for Transportation & Logistics (CTL) to teach the critical skills needed to be successful in this exciting and growing field. In addition to being a standalone certificate demonstrating expertise in the field, students who complete all of the required courses and the final proctored exam will be qualified to apply to gain credit at MIT for the blended graduate master's degree program. In order to qualify for the MITx MicroMasters Credential in Supply Chain Management you need to earn a Verified Certificate in all of the required courses. When you register for a Verified Certificate you will also be granted access to additional practice problems, supplemental readings, and opportunities for increased interaction with the faculty and teaching staff.

To learn more about the MITx MicroMasters Credential in Supply Chain Management, please visit http://scm.mit.edu/micromasters

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6/10 starsCompleted
3 months, 3 weeks ago
Just after taking SC0x, I feel comfortable to advise other students about the course: 1 - It's a lot harder than you think or expect. For sure, it will consume much more than the advised workload, maybe even more than 30 hs a week... 2 - Once you mastered, or think so, all the concepts and exercises, while running the midterm and final exam, you just discover that those were not enough... The tests problems were not worked or viewed earlier :( 3 - There were lots of information GAPS that needed to be filled through the discussion forum, just because the lesson itself not even mentioned some important things... This was particularly true at Week 7 - Simulation, when the course really reached a LOW level at explaining the content (aka Mr Roberto). 4 - Know that the discussion forum WORKS!!! There are a lot of good people around that will help you pass through the dark times :) 5 - Finally, have fun, because it's a MIT course, so,... Just after taking SC0x, I feel comfortable to advise other students about the course: 1 - It's a lot harder than you think or expect. For sure, it will consume much more than the advised workload, maybe even more than 30 hs a week... 2 - Once you mastered, or think so, all the concepts and exercises, while running the midterm and final exam, you just discover that those were not enough... The tests problems were not worked or viewed earlier :( 3 - There were lots of information GAPS that needed to be filled through the discussion forum, just because the lesson itself not even mentioned some important things... This was particularly true at Week 7 - Simulation, when the course really reached a LOW level at explaining the content (aka Mr Roberto). 4 - Know that the discussion forum WORKS!!! There are a lot of good people around that will help you pass through the dark times :) 5 - Finally, have fun, because it's a MIT course, so, no one here thought it would be any easy! Just take it as granted that the course staff will dominate your mind and life for 8 weeks! :) Success...
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10/10 starsTaking Now
3 weeks, 2 days ago
Awesome! I got many great insights about basics of supply chain management, and also some understanding of real systems, which I did not understand before. The classes simply trigger my curiosity to understand supply chain concepts and their implementations better.
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Sherry Meacom

6/10 starsDropped
3 months, 3 weeks ago
I also think that there needs to be more quality control in the questions and their wording. I spent an entire day trying to figure out what I did wrong on a question that was wrong in itself. I also did not like the way the wording felt like it went on for days and the meat of the program for me was the formulas and simulations, where not enough time was spent explaining. I would prefer to know how to solve the problems in the practice areas before having to research myself how to solve them. Isn't that what a class is for?
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2/10 starsCompleted
3 months, 3 weeks ago
The quality of this course is well below par for Edx. Another evaluator said it is the worst in the series. I certainly hope so. A great deal of time is lost learning new software to solve problems, dealing with frequent mistakes in the lecture and in the practice problems as well as the homework assignments. In short you will spend a great deal of time relative to what you learn. In fact if you have a full time job and a family you may want to hestitate to putting this much effort into a course with so little education taking place. It is interesting to note that the "good reviews" are all from people who are just starting the course. Woud be interested to see how many good reviews come from people who toughed it out or dropped the course.
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9/10 starsCompleted
1 month ago
Really good and demanding course on supply chain analytics. I think I spend on average 10 hours per week doing this one. It gets harder and really interesting towards the end. Good luck!
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Samuel Guzman

8/10 starsCompleted
1 month, 2 weeks ago
I would qualify it as a really hard course, definitely the content is interesting and is presented on a friendly way, the problems reviewed are good to explain the concepts, and kind of applicable to reality. It starts good but through the weeks the quantity of content increase a lot and the quality of explanations goes very down, specially in relation to probabilistic topics. I was not able to use the software, you will spend a lot of time on this course but it's worth it. good look :)
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8/10 starsCompleted
1 month, 2 weeks ago
I would like to thank you for sharing this high quality teachings in this easily accessible way, I enjoyed myself during the course. I liked the format in which the lessons were presented and how theory and practice exercises have been combined. In my opinion, Supply Chain Analytics has been tough in terms of effort needed to complete it and at the same time rewarding for the amount of different topics and concepts I have learned. Furthermore it has created and reinforced many links between my previous education and work experience.
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10/10 starsCompleted
1 month, 3 weeks ago
The course is very good, teachers explain everything you need to learn about supply chain very weel, explanations are clear, the english is very understable (come from french student), I recommend this course if you want to have a first point of view of supply chain!
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6/10 starsTaking Now
1 month, 4 weeks ago
The course content is really interesting and the instructors I think are so professional. If I'm committed, I think I will come out with good knowledge of continuing in this course upto degree level and earn myself a job in the near future. I hope I enjoy the course and interact with the instructors and everyone on the course including my classmates and peers
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10/10 starsCompleted
2 months, 3 weeks ago
I recently posted the final statistics that were provided by the administration. These statistics were removed for some reason, and I can only speculate that they didn't want you to know that only about 9% of the students who started, actually finished, or that the average grade was about 82% (verified only). I believe that this is good information and students should be able to know this going in. Total/Current Registrants: 40,469 / 36,270 from 192 countries (top 3: US, India, Brazil) Number Successfully Completing Course: 3,521 Number Verified Certificates: 2,289 Average grades for verified students: 82% Grades break-down: Midterm Exam: 88% average Final Exam: 73% average Total Grades distribution (all students): 33% A (≥90% score) 26% B (≥80% and <90%) 22% C (≥70% and < 80%) 18% D (≥60% and < 70%)
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10/10 starsCompleted
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3 months ago
This was a great course designed for those who have a solid understanding of statistics and business. An ability to program in R and Python will help you in this course, just not a whole lot. I found myself spending about 12 hours a week on lectures & practice problems (due to a full time job). Learning about the software suites AnyLogic and AMPL are worth the price of the course (though I'd like to see AMPL replaced with something open source like SimPy in Python or simmer in R). If you are taking the course -- start early! Week 0 is a great time to get ahead. I didn't hit the ground running until week 1 and was behind the entire course. To improve this course I would love to see much more integration with my other field of expertise, data science. In short, this course will be very difficult if you have a shaky foundation in mathematics/statistics. However Dr. Caplice and team do a great job of meeting you halfway in you... This was a great course designed for those who have a solid understanding of statistics and business. An ability to program in R and Python will help you in this course, just not a whole lot. I found myself spending about 12 hours a week on lectures & practice problems (due to a full time job). Learning about the software suites AnyLogic and AMPL are worth the price of the course (though I'd like to see AMPL replaced with something open source like SimPy in Python or simmer in R). If you are taking the course -- start early! Week 0 is a great time to get ahead. I didn't hit the ground running until week 1 and was behind the entire course. To improve this course I would love to see much more integration with my other field of expertise, data science. In short, this course will be very difficult if you have a shaky foundation in mathematics/statistics. However Dr. Caplice and team do a great job of meeting you halfway in your learning.
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6/10 starsCompleted
3 months, 1 week ago
MIT has taken learning beyond the classroom through programs like Supply Chain Micromasters. Simply put, this course is amazing if you are willing to put 10+ hours a week. The course content is good but the structure is sometimes confounding to learners. There is a huge gap between the difficulty of questions in the weekly assessments and the mid-term & final exam. From a personal perspective, being a full time post-grad student, this course consumed a lot of my time and hence it was difficult to manage time. However, if you want to learn about the fundamentals of statistics that you want to apply in your business, this is the course for you. The tutorials on the softwares were great and applicable in future.
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Luiz Almança

7/10 starsCompleted
3 months, 2 weeks ago
The course itself is comprehensive and the content is useful and effort-worthy. Not only that, it also gives you access and uses a few specific tools that are used as solutions in the market - so you are not completely isolated with a course that has no links with actual work environment. My core critique is that throughout the classes, it seems that the scope becomes unclear and the course proposal is lost. At first, the idea is to approach the logic behind the software and tools used for SCM. Up to the fourth week, the balance between theory and system practice is even and the course proposal is reached. From mid-course onward, it felt like the scope was lost. The class content is haphazardly presented in a rush way - without enough depth and then the exercises and tests are all based on the "tool of the week", which is non-sufficiently explained in the recitation videos. More than once, it is said that we would know more about ... The course itself is comprehensive and the content is useful and effort-worthy. Not only that, it also gives you access and uses a few specific tools that are used as solutions in the market - so you are not completely isolated with a course that has no links with actual work environment. My core critique is that throughout the classes, it seems that the scope becomes unclear and the course proposal is lost. At first, the idea is to approach the logic behind the software and tools used for SCM. Up to the fourth week, the balance between theory and system practice is even and the course proposal is reached. From mid-course onward, it felt like the scope was lost. The class content is haphazardly presented in a rush way - without enough depth and then the exercises and tests are all based on the "tool of the week", which is non-sufficiently explained in the recitation videos. More than once, it is said that we would know more about the tool as we continue to use it. Another minor issue is the wording also on some questions in the second half of the course - some questions are not clear and they do not follow the standard set in the first half of the course, with clearer and more straightforward language. I understand that the idea is that as you mature with the content, you should be able to interpret more complex problems - but it feels strange to have it within the same 6-week content spam. It seems that the course was prepared as two separate modules merged together - if this is worked on and solved, this would be definitely a 5-star course. Looking forward to the next courses.
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10/10 starsCompleted
3 months, 2 weeks ago
This is a very challenging course. I am taken back by a lot of the comments implying that the homework and test problems were misleading, wrong, or simply too hard. There were very few errors in the material, none of which should have impacted anything. The problems were straight forward examples of the material covered in the course, the midterm and finals were very basic examples of key concepts. If you did all of the lecture examples, made an honest effort on the homework problems the test material should have been no problem. Make no mistake this is a college level course and will require college level effort. It will also require you to carefully read the material and understand it. But I believe that the material was well covered both in the lecture, and in the supplementary materials which walked you through how to use the software to solve some of the main types of problems. The breakdown seems to be in the understanding of ... This is a very challenging course. I am taken back by a lot of the comments implying that the homework and test problems were misleading, wrong, or simply too hard. There were very few errors in the material, none of which should have impacted anything. The problems were straight forward examples of the material covered in the course, the midterm and finals were very basic examples of key concepts. If you did all of the lecture examples, made an honest effort on the homework problems the test material should have been no problem. Make no mistake this is a college level course and will require college level effort. It will also require you to carefully read the material and understand it. But I believe that the material was well covered both in the lecture, and in the supplementary materials which walked you through how to use the software to solve some of the main types of problems. The breakdown seems to be in the understanding of the material and that is not the fault of this course or its instructors. As has already been said several times this course will take a lot of your time and effort, and is not a give me by any means.
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10/10 starsCompleted
3 months, 3 weeks ago
Although very challenging and time consuming, this was an excellent class! There were a couple of mistakes that could have been prevented and corrected on time. Hopefully these mistakes will be fixed in the next iterations.
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8/10 starsCompleted
3 months, 3 weeks ago
I found the course interesting, although had to put 20+hrs a week to get through it. I have been out of college more than couple decades back and work full time, so am a bit rusty on the theory and had to stretch during weekends to keep the pace. For the exams, I felt the need for more practice problems. Just the practice questions given were not enough sometimes. I had to listen to the lectures multiple times to catch all the content. Overall a good experience. If you decide to join it, be prepared to invest more time than suggested to complete the course.
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Luigi Laporte

10/10 starsCompleted
3 months, 3 weeks ago
Great course! Instructor was outstanding and class material was great. I enjoyed the course from beggining to end. I felt challenged by MidTerm and Final Exams, and considered practices and graded assignments were great to help me to prepare myself. I strongly recomend this course.
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4/10 starsDropped
3 months, 3 weeks ago
The content of the course it is very interesting but if you have no idea about optimization programs you will have a hard time. The exercises of the graded exams are pretty different from the ones in the examples and are not fully explained in the lessons. I found this very disappointing as I started this course with the idea of learn new things and not just to get a certification from the MIT.
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8/10 starsCompleted
3 months, 3 weeks ago
I just finished this class. I found myself falling behind on the learning the different softwares. The last week of lecture of stimulation is especially confusing. All the topics are interesting, but I found that learning all these topics require a lot of time. With a small child at home, it's really hard to manage.
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4/10 starsDropped
3 months, 3 weeks ago
The course is interesting and helpful to understand the concepts and the lectures are clear in the theoretical part. However, some of the examples chosen to illustrate the content are rather unrealistic or based on plainly wrong assumptions, so you will have a hard time absorbing those without going face-palm (that was an euphemism). Contrary to their promises, the staff does not respond to issues raised in discussions, which leaves you depending on the well-meant help of your colleagues, which sometimes is help and sometimes a distraction, as always. The problems are inconsistent, tricky for no reason and/or you have to give wrong answers in order to score. One of the tasks involves getting you to install a malware surveillance application on your computer. Avoid, unless for informational purposes only.
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6/10 starsCompleted
3 months, 3 weeks ago
Not much about supply chains, more of a statistics, optimazation and simulation course to prepare for the rest of the supply chain series. A wide variety of overlapping tools is confusing, when we are not told what to use when. But that is a realistic scenario, and I kind of liked it when I got used to it. Needs more qualitiy control for exam answers, and clearer language in problem formulations.
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10/10 starsCompleted
3 months, 3 weeks ago
Just completed the final exam in Supply Chain Analytics and I wanted to update my previous review. This course is very challenging, and it will require a significant amount of work on your part. There have been some reviews that mentioned errors in the lecture, and expressed a negative view of the material quality. Let me just say that this has been one of the most interesting courses that I have taken and the quality of material and learning opportunity can not be overstated. I can honestly say that it has opened up new avenues of exploration for learning that I was previously unaware of. The learning curve is very high and you will be exposed to a lot of software which you may see as a negative, but I see as a positive. This is not an easy course, but if you put in the effort and pay attention is is certainly doable. I would recommend that you are very familiar with advanced functions in Excel, and have a recent copy of Excel avai... Just completed the final exam in Supply Chain Analytics and I wanted to update my previous review. This course is very challenging, and it will require a significant amount of work on your part. There have been some reviews that mentioned errors in the lecture, and expressed a negative view of the material quality. Let me just say that this has been one of the most interesting courses that I have taken and the quality of material and learning opportunity can not be overstated. I can honestly say that it has opened up new avenues of exploration for learning that I was previously unaware of. The learning curve is very high and you will be exposed to a lot of software which you may see as a negative, but I see as a positive. This is not an easy course, but if you put in the effort and pay attention is is certainly doable. I would recommend that you are very familiar with advanced functions in Excel, and have a recent copy of Excel available. The rest of the software required is available online, or as a limited student version. You should also be aware that this course is grounded in statistics and probability. As i mentioned in my previous review, I don't believe the estimated effort estimate is even close for anyone who desires to do well in this course. Budget 20 hours a week at least.
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10/10 starsTaking Now
5 months, 4 weeks ago
I am an engineering major. I did not have much idea about the supply chain management until recently when I had the opportunity to be a part of a famous supply chain activity where there are four teams assigned the roles of factory, wholesaler, distributor and retailer, followed by a session on the dynamics of SCM. I really enjoyed that activity and felt like this is something I should be doing as I found myself quickly getting hold of the concepts. So I am anxiously waiting for this course to start and interact with other people to make the most out of this amazing edx journey.
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4/10 starsCompleted
4 months ago
This is unfortunately the worst part of the series. With frequent mistakes in the lecture and in the practice problems as well as the homework assignments, it does not motivate me to spend my time on it. That is a shame because the courses coming after this one are interesting and much better quality. If you really need the MM, you don't have a different choice but otherwise, I would skip it as it is not necessary for the understanding of any of the other material. They have also started the requirement of a protoctored exam. That means that software has to be installed that records the student during some of the exams. That includes video of the whole room. It feels like a massive intrusion on privacy.
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10/10 starsTaking Now
4 months, 1 week ago
Supply chain management is basically like a dream for me now as i am enrolled and doing it and so far its good for me because i am fully employed and have less time to study it. I am struggling a lot and over all they have given complete guidance about every topic and it my request if they will include more ways to practice the topics. I have found that we are not been provided with the real logistics problems so far and maybe in future courses we will have that problems anyhow MIT is really providing a good opportunity.
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10/10 starsTaking Now
4 months, 2 weeks ago
I am a mechanical engineer, who has been out of school for a while and I am taking this course out of curiosity. I had little idea of what the field of supply chain management was about, but I have to say that I am finding this course very instructive and entertaining. The course itself is well laid out and very challenging. If you are thinking about enrolling, you should take heed of the course content, because this course is all about mathematical modeling of real world problems. You should be able to use Excel at an advanced level and be comfortable with some light programming when developing models. One of the things that I have found very interesting with online courses is how much help is available these days at the touch of a mouse. The included content is extremely helpful in walking you through most of the material and if not, help is available through a simple internet search. A far cry from when I was in college. That bei... I am a mechanical engineer, who has been out of school for a while and I am taking this course out of curiosity. I had little idea of what the field of supply chain management was about, but I have to say that I am finding this course very instructive and entertaining. The course itself is well laid out and very challenging. If you are thinking about enrolling, you should take heed of the course content, because this course is all about mathematical modeling of real world problems. You should be able to use Excel at an advanced level and be comfortable with some light programming when developing models. One of the things that I have found very interesting with online courses is how much help is available these days at the touch of a mouse. The included content is extremely helpful in walking you through most of the material and if not, help is available through a simple internet search. A far cry from when I was in college. That being said, while there is no reason that anyone who is reasonably prepared should not succeed in this course, it will still take a tremendous amount of time to study and master the material. I believe that the effort of 8-12 hours per week is very low, and you can safely double that. I believe that anyone willing to put in the time and effort will be well rewarded. Just be aware of what you are signing up for.
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10/10 starsTaking Now
5 months, 1 week ago
I want to enroll for Supply chain Analytics course, but its due date for enrollment was 2 nov. Can I enroll it now? if yes then how I can do that? Please help. Best Regards, Amit Gajkal
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10/10 starsTaking Now
5 months, 4 weeks ago
I have completed my Undergraduate Degree in Statistics. And I am doing my job in Supply chain. But I am unable to connect statistical Tools or method in Supply Chain. I think This course will help me to establish a connection between Statistics & supply chain which will improve my analyzing power. I would like to thank edx.org for such nice education system. I love this platform of learning new things.
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9/10 starsTaking Now
6 months ago
I have no prior experience in SCM but hope to catch up with the experienced fellas in this class as i work my way up.
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10/10 starsTaking Now
6 months, 1 week ago
I am in ERP, and looking to learn more about the supply chain management, and i am sure that what i will learn from this course will support me in providing better business consultancy and ERP implementation.
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