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Future Freight Networks : Yearbook 2011
61 FUTURE FREIGHT NETWORKS 2011 X Doors have opened for Cassie Goodman following her study of logistics at Griffith Business School. Landing a job with QR National through her university undergraduate work placement, Cassie has found opportunities to further her experience in car fleet management after studying the Graduate Certificate in Logistics and Supply Chain Management. “It has enabled me to apply my new skills in other areas of our business areas and take a more strategic view of the challenges facing QR National. As a result, it has opened up many more opportunities within my work place,” Cassie said. Initially, Cassie worked as a fleet administrator within the team that handles QR National’s vehicles from identifying the need for cars, procurement, arranging delivery, service, maintenance and disposal. However since completing the Graduate Certificate, she has been promoted to procurement analyst. “I’ve learnt to ask more questions from different perspectives and how the decisions made can affect all stakeholders. “I now see the supply network in a different context, where goods and services are not moved from A to B but have to be managed at all stages and across the multiple companies that make up the network.“ Newly arrived Program Convenor Dr Peter Tatham, who won the Emerald/ EMFD prize for the best logistics/supply chain management related doctoral thesis last year, observed that: “The Graduate Certificate is going from strength to strength, with a 50 percent increase in enrolments in 2011.” Company profile Griffith University Reach your destination sooner with a Graduate Certificate in Logistics and Supply Chain Management behind you. In today’s increasingly turbulent commercial world, achieving an efficient and effective supply network is central to business success. The Griffith Business School’s Graduate Certificate in Logistics and Supply Chain Management has been developed in conjunction with local and national industry partners to provide a blend of academic and technical learning outcomes that are recognised by the Australian Logistics Council as being in line with the future needs of the sector. This innovative program considers the management of supply networks at a strategic level, together with the challenges of global business logistics and procurement , with a special focus on its legal aspects in both the Australian public and private sectors. You can complete this program in as little as one year part time, either on-line or on-campus. To reach your destination, email email@example.com, call (07) 3735 4146 or visit griffith.edu.au/business-commerce/ logistics-supply-chain-management CRICOS00233E_juniorGU27852 314868AE_Griffith Uni | 1699.indd 24 3/7/11 1:45 PM