Universities and Educational Institutions with Supply Chain Education Programs
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Each year, World Trade Magazine selects the top 50 organizations, places and people whose efforts make the global supply chain more sustainable. The MIT Global SCALE Network is on the 2008 list.
In the February 2009 issue of inboundlogistics.com, the program at MIT Zaragoza in Spain was one of several institutions featured in an article about where to go to get a first-class education in global supply chain.
This "Global Logistics & Supply Chain Strategies" article by Jarrod Goentzel describes how tapping into increasingly networked sensor data will give firms a significant competitive advantage
Network of Supply Chain Centers spans North America, Latin America & Europe
CAMBRIDGE, Mass., March 27, 2008 – Today the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Center for Transportation and Logistics (MIT-CTL) announced the creation of the MIT Global SCALE Network, an international alliance of leading research and education centers dedicated to the development of supply chain and logistics excellence through innovation.
Graham Whittemore didn't give a thought to supply chain management when he pursued a bachelor's degree in biological engineering.
But as he learned more about the field during his tenure at two semiconductor companies, he decided to quit his statistics job and devote 60 hours a week to studying all things supply chain.
MIT CTL's Chris Caplice is featured in this SCMR article discussing the Center's executive education courses - what CTL is teaching today and where our courses are headed in the future.
A record number of companies are lining up to work with SCM students at MIT on a variety of supply chain research projects. This year, 18 companies, including industry leaders like CVS, General Mills, Procter & Gamble, Pfizer and more, are partnering with SCM students for research in areas such as supply chain risk, global S&OP, and transportation management, just to name a few.
As General Dwight D.
In late May, students in the SCM Class of 2007 presented their final thesis projects to an audience of more than 70 SCM alumni, CTL corporate partners, and fellow 2007 classmates as part of SCM Research Fest 2007. The day-and-a-half-long event featured 22 presentations from all of this year’s SCM graduates on topics ranging from S&OP processes to Promotion Planning to Fleet Scheduling to Product Segmentation & Portfolio Management.