Executive Program in Supply Chain Management

6th Batch Launch Date: May, 2022


The Institute of Supply Chain and Management announces the launch of its Industry leading “Executive Program in Supply Chain Management” (EPSCM) for working executives to hone their management skills in Supply Chain Management as a Modular program, via live virtual classrooms.

The Executive Program in Supply Chain Management is India’s only executive education program in logistics and supply chain management, designed to equip a Supply Chain manager with necessary conceptual, quantitative, regulatory, and behavioral frameworks to manage a multi modal supply chain across the globe. The students learn current global supply chain frameworks and their application in Indian context. Students are encouraged to apply the theory they learn to the real life problems they face in their work environment. The goal of EPSCM is to equip a manager to be effective in imperfect, developing markets.

The participants desirous of enrolling in the program must meet the following criteria:

  • Bachelor’s Degree from any Statutory University or any other recognized Foreign University
  • Good Academic record and scholarly inclination
  • 3 years work experience in logistics / Supply Chain / Procurement / IT Domain.


Please complete the admission form available below or email us on info@iscmindia.net. with your current CV.
The admissions will be decided based on your education, work experience and a personal interview.
After the interview, if selected we will issue a provisional admission, and you have one week to pay the fees.


Please pay the fee only after you have been issued the provisional admission letter by us. Use following QR code for payment.

INR 177,000/- Inclusive of GST

Out of India candidates will be charged USD 2525, pay through following link.

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Foundation Term

Basic data sciences

An introduction to basic data sciences for supply chain management, that focuses on major concepts and tools in the field of data science including descriptive statistics, regression, moving Averages, exponential smoothing – Holt –Winters model.

Finance for Supply Chain & Logistics

Understanding financial statements, Total Cost of Ownership - covering Reading Balance Sheets, Income Statement & Cash flow Statements, Introduction to Budgeting, Supply Chain Cost Management, Total Cost of Ownership, cost to serve and strategic profitability management

Economics for Logistics & Supply Chain

Covering Global Macro– trends and their Impact on SCM, Basic framework for Macroeconomic analysis, and Understanding National Income and its Impact on Firms

Core Term

Logistics – Transportation

fundamental principles of transportation systems, introduces transportation systems components and networks, and addresses how one invests in and operates them effectively, characteristics of various modes and intermodal combinations, understanding transportation demand, transportation planning, Vehicle routing, scheduling, fleet dispatching, and modeling complex transportation networks.

Logistics – Warehousing

Covering the new role for a warehouse, designing efficient warehousing processes, Value Added Services in Warehouses, Warehouse Profitability Management, and Measuring warehouse performance

Fundamentals of Supply Chain Management

Covering fundamentals of Supply chain management, Supply chain strategy and structure, Supply Chain – Achieving strategic fit and scope, Supply Chain Service – cost trade off, Supply Chain Drivers and Metrics, Inventory Management, Basic demand Forecasting, network design and distribution.

Global Supply Chain Management

Covering global supply chain strategy, globalization drivers, international trade and practices, incoterms, global logistics, and managing global supply chains.

Application Term

Technology in Supply Chain and Logistics

Changing role of technology in supply chains, covering perspectives on emerging technology trends to enable firms successfully integrate their value chain and create a future ready supply chain, developing a digital strategy, designing an omni-channel supply chain, secured information sharing, emerging technology trends – AI/ML, IoT, Blockchain, Digital Twin, Control Towers, and how it will impact supply chains.

Distribution Management

Planning for Distribution, Factors influencing Distribution, Channels of Distribution, Managing the Distribution Channel, Key Issues and Challenges for Distribution

Supply Chain Risk Management and Resilience

Explore models for managing and planning for uncertainties and risk, Identify and Measure Risks in the Supply Chain, Understand the key supply chain risks and how these are interrelated, Supply Chain Risk Assessment and Quantification of Risk, Understand the categories of global supply chain risk, ways to identify and address such risks. How to move from deterministic to resilient supply chains, manage disruptions, and develop alternate sources without compromising organizational priorities.

Strategic Alignment Term

Planning & Analytics

Demand planning, supply planning, and connected planning - Covering tools to enhance coordination - Demand Planning, Aggregate planning, Master Scheduling, Material Requirement Planning, and ERP. The second part of the module covers Connected Planning - how technology shapes planning. It also covers S&OP and Integrated Business Planning.

Strategic Sourcing

Covering category management, Aligning sourcing with deep tier source and Supply Chain, key performance indicators for Strategic Sourcing, tools, Spend Analysis,, information systems for optimization of procurement processes, risks involved and implementing strategies to mitigate risks in the entire sourcing process, Leverage the power of data & analytics to drive sourcing decisions.

Supply Chain Analytics

Understand importance of analytical models to support supply chain decision-making, gain perspectives on when to use analytical models and Understand building blocks that serve as the foundation to analytical models.

Strategic Issues in Supply Chain & Logistics

Supply chain strategy: achieving strategic fit, supply chain alignment, see how to collaborate and integrate all functions of the supply chain, horizontal and vertical collaboration, ESG in supply chain, circular supply chain and building supply chains for the new normal.


In addition to the above courses, the students will have to attend a two day workshop on communication skills, negotiation, and leadership.


Students have to choose an area of interest to them - either from their employer or a wider problem in the industry and suggest how they will use the knowledge gained during the Virtual Classroom sessions to address the problem.


The pedagogy will include Virtual Classroom studies and individual assignments, presentations and case study. Participants should complete their suggested readings and case studies before they come to the Virtual Class.


ISCM will distribute comprehensive reading material and case studies for each session.


Dr. Rakesh Paras Singh

Planning & Analytics,  
Strategic Issues in Supply Chain & Logistics

Girish V S

Strategic Profitability,
Supply Chain Risk,
Strategic Sourcing

Dr. Satish Ailawadi

Transportation Management,

Dr. Piyush Shah

Fundamentals of Supply Chain Management,

Dr. K T Upadhyaya

Basic data sciences for Supply Chain Management

Satish Lakkarju

International Trade flows

Rajiv Sathe

Global Supply Chain Management

Dinesh Rajput

Economics for Logistics & Supply Chain

Ashish Tripathi


Sagar Varolia



Good faculty with immense subject knowledge. Style of imparting knowledge / PPTs / examples - very good. Assignments / practical experience shared was useful to the participants.
What I really liked about many of the faculties was that they were really trying to make us come out of our comfort zone and were making us think and that too think in a different ways… they were taking us thru various case studies and asking us for a solution..it really made us think in a different ways which otherwise was not happening in our day to day work life.
Pravin Bangera
Dachser India Pvt. Ltd.
If you’re about to be in a leadership role or already have such a role, this course will give you a greater understanding of leadership & how to influence people in business environment.​
The program has very well selected and pertinent case studies. The faculty were good and could bring out the relevance and context of theory to the practical working environment. In addition, the course mate-rial provided to us will serve as useful refer-ence material for future.
The faculty and teaching methodology are excellent. The case studies are of the highest standard, and have been prepared especially for this course. ISCM has been the best thing happened to me so far.


EPSCM is a 9 month week end program for the working executive. EPSCM is designed to equip a Supply Chain manager with necessary conceptual, quantitative, regulatory, and behavioral frameworks to manage a multi modal supply chain across the globe. The goal of EPSCM is to equip a manager to be effective in imperfect, developing markets. EPSCM offers a cross functional base to manage supply chains. EPSCM combines theoretical frameworks, analytical models, and real life supply chain challenges to create a well-rounded learning.

EPSCM is especially designed to professionals seeking to optimize their career prospects like:

    1. Managers who plan to enhance their career prospects in logistics or supply chain.
    2. Corporates who wish to reward their fast track management talent

We have a mix of academicians and industry experts as our faculty. The complete list of faculty is available at our website. Please visit http://www.iscmindia.in/faculty/

EPSCM has a broad based first term curriculum that will build the foundation of a good manager, grounded in all aspects of supply chain management. Second Term is the application term which holds explores in depth the functional aspects of a supply chain. The third term will be the integrative term where we will cover contemporary and strategic issues in supply chain. This will be complemented by two workshops in communication skills and negotiation.

EPSCM is a contemporary course, with differentiation based on Industry Relevance, course sequenced to create impact, pedagogy that blends what works with what needs to be done, and interventions to drive excellence. The design of EPSCM leads the participants from the basics to strategic aspects of supply chain management. It covers all aspects of the contemporary thought process in supply chain and logistics and helps you understand its cross functional nature. The case studies and learnings prepare you to handle the challenges in real life supply chains. 

The course will follow active learning concept – where faculty lead participants through the theoretical frameworks. The participants then link it to their operational challenges. The pedagogy includes Interactive sessions, case study work, group discussion, and news articles relevant to the matter discussed.

If you successfully complete the program, clear all the exams and submit your capstone project, you will get the “Executive Program in Supply Chain Management” certificate and you can use the credential EPSCM.

  • Bachelor’s Degree from any Statutory University or any other recognized Foreign University
  • 3 years work experience in logistics / Supply Chain / Procurement / IT Domain.

This is a continuing education program, with participants having minimum three years of work experience. ISCM prepares you for a challenging career. We do not offer placement service. We have a wide network of senior supply chain professionals. We do get enquiries for candidates from our network. If you are looking for a change in career post EPSCM, we will intimate you of the opportunities available as and when the positions open up.

    • Contact our expert advisors for program information and for guidance through the process
    • Submit your complete application form at our website – www.iscmindia.com, along with your latest CV which mentions your experience.
    • Appear for a telephonic or virtual presence interview on a mutually agreed date
    • Receive acceptance notification email by the Admissions Team
    • Make payment for the program, within the stipulated time, upon receipt of the invoice

EPSCM will be evaluated on multiple ways. We provide below an indicative evaluation matrix:

Components of Course Evaluation

Percentage Distribution

Class Participation




Assignments – Group


End Term Examination




We normally seek your consensus for an exam date. However, if for some unforeseen reason you cannot appear for an exam, we will provide you with an alternate date. However, may be at an additional cost. 

We expect you to attend all classes – please note our pedagogy is participant centric and included case analysis. We can make the recording available, but you will miss out on class participation marks and learnings from your peer group.

In the unfortunate event where you are not able to complete the program, we may offer you a chance to join our next batch. This is subject to some additional charges. However, if you are not wiling to continue, you stand to forfeit the fees you have paid.

ISCM will send you the reading material as soft copy. It will consist of mandatory reading, case studies, assignments, and other relevant material.

Apart from the structured learning you have, EPSCM from ISCM offers you the following:

  1. Networking opportunity with heads of supply chain, Logistics, and Planning to build your network and career.
  2. Invitation to SCMPro Forums events to enhance your outlook
  3. Access to SCMPro Knowledge – our portal for Supply chain and Logistics

The key differentiators of EPSCM from ISCM are:

  1. Contemporary curriculum that includes Supply chain analytics, Risk and resilience
  2. Mentored by a pool of expert faculty, with academic and industry experience
  3. Case based pedagogy with scenario analysis
  4. Interactive classroom where participants can interact with the faculty and each other
  5. The curriculum has been developed with help from our industry partnerships
  6. Industry relevant curriculum

ISCM invites corporate sponsorship of candidates for EPSCM. By sending your employees, you benefit by:

  1. Having a set of trained personnel who are able to understand, trouble shoot and fix revenue leakages in your supply chain.
  2. Improve employee motivation and job satisfaction levels
  3. Reduce employee attrition
  4. Increase efficiency of your personnel and of your supply chain

Admission Form

Registration, Payment, and Cancellation Policy

  • Cancellations received up to 7 business days prior to date of training will not be charged the course fee.
  • Cancellations within 7 business days prior to training date, and in no-show up case, registrants liable to pay full amount.
  • Substitutions within a company are permitted, requests must be submitted through email.
  • ISCM reserves the right to amend content, faculty, venue and date of the training program.
  • In case ISCM cancels the training, participants will be refunded the course fee in full.
  • ISCM shall not be liable for any direct or indirect damages that may be incurred due to such cancellation.

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