Digital Program Format:
A Revised Digital LOG 21
Offered in a new and interactive digital version, you will work both asynchronously through an online learning management system and synchronously with the faculty and others through video conferencing and additional online tools. eIDB Log 21 utilizes collaborative digital tools, condensed content segments, and alternating formats to effectively capitalize on the new online environment and resulting learning potential.
Self-paced asynchronous content will provide background knowledge to prepare you for the analysis, integration and application of the synchronous faculty sessions. In the “live” sessions, you’ll engage directly with our talented faculty and guest speakers who will guide you through their latest lectures, research, case studies and simulations. You will develop actionable takeaways which will facilitate your professional growth.
The IDB Directors and Team understand the complexities of our customers’ environments and utilize the latest online capabilities and techniques to deliver world class. In addition, virtual discussion and project groups, as well as the IDB’s large family of alumni, will connect you to a wide group of peers and help you build a strong network. Individuals and teams are encouraged to attend. Participation by multiple personnel from your unit, agency or company will foster teamwork and amplify the program’s impact on your organization.
Logistic Specialists and Sustainers, and those in Support Roles, at Career Levels of 0-2 to 0-4, W-1 to W-3, E7 to E-9, GS11-GS-13, Early Career Logistics Professionals and Sustainers from Private Industry.
World class faculty from UNC’s Kenan-Flagler Business School, Emory University’s Goizueta Business School, WellDoc Inc., Center for International Policy, and private sector companies.
Professionals and organizations interested in this program should contact IDB’s Customer Advocate, Mike Bogdahn at firstname.lastname@example.org or (760) 577-8324 for enrollment information.
What to Expect:
The program takes place over a week with “live faculty-led sessions” three days a week. Ample breaks are provided with alternate days for continued independent study.