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Comprehensive information on education for supply chain management careers including university programs, online courses, internships, training and certification.


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Supply Chains in Advanced Markets Should Become More Agile, Says Atradius
Higher inflation, falling unemployment, and strengthening Purchasing Manager Indices all suggest higher GDP growth in advanced markets.
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By Dr. Luca Urciuoli · June 27, 2017
Enterprises engaged in using waste products as raw materials for bio-commodities help companies and countries to meet their sustainability goals. But to be successful they also must be commercially viable.
By Bob Trebilcock · June 23, 2017
Planning took center stage at the Best of the Best conference. But attendees acknowledged recognition of its benefits is far from certain.
By David L. Chandler · June 20, 2017
Given that the MicroMasters’ testing process and course standards are designed to be as demanding as those of on-campus MIT classes, the MicroMasters credential itself is also expected to provide those who earn it with opportunities for career advancement.
By Patrick Burnson · June 19, 2017
In an effort to further promote the advantages of a career in supply chain management, APICs has boldly announced the launch of a new expanded Supply Chain STEM Educational Outreach Program aimed at K-12 students.
By MMH Staff · June 13, 2017
To combat shortage of supply chain talent, K-12 program teaches supply chain concepts with interactive games, provides resources for teachers and parents.
By Patrick Burnson · June 5, 2017
From automation to mechanization, the supply chain profession is now at the forefront of the high-tech, big-data movement.
By MMH Staff · May 24, 2017
The newest version of the Supply Chain Operations Reference model will address supply chain evolution.
By MMH Staff · May 17, 2017
Industrial engineering PhD student receives $2,500 scholarship.
By SCMR Staff · May 8, 2017
The MIT master’s program in supply chain management has been ranked as the world's No. 1 graduate business program in supply chain and logistics by Eduniversal, the Paris-based global rating agency for higher education.
By Patrick Burnson · May 8, 2017
Mutual trust does not appear on the ledger sheets of buyers and suppliers, but researchers suggest that levels of trust between companies may be an important influence on how they operate and perform.
By Sara Pearson Specter · April 4, 2017
ProMat 2017 Student Days welcomes students and faculty members from universities, community colleges, technical schools and high schools.
By MMH Staff · February 9, 2017
Annual scholarship offered to the children of UniCarriers employees who demonstrate outstanding academic achievements.
By MMH Staff · February 1, 2017
February 19-25 week of activities to introduce young people to the value of STEM learning and careers.
By MMH Staff · January 27, 2017
Packaging engineering student Ryan Knudtson recognized for demonstrated commitment to excellence in the packaging industry and extracurricular involvement.
By Bridget McCrea · January 12, 2017
Executive-level supply chain positions have gained both prominence and importance for today’s global companies. To support this trend, universities and colleges have enhanced their supply chain and logistics degree programs; organizations like APICS and the Institute for Supply Management (ISM) have expanded their certification programs; and training firms offer myriad options to help executives stay current on supply chain trends.

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EDITORS' PICKS
Supply Chains in Advanced Markets Should Become More Agile, Says Atradius
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