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University Of Tennessee

By MMH Staff · May 3, 2017
SDI, Penn State’s Center for Supply Chain Research, University of Tennessee Knoxville, and Peerless Media co-sponsor awards program to recognize leaders who have transformed MRO from a cost of doing business to a strategic lever of competitiveness.
By Patrick Burnson · February 26, 2016
More than 80 percent of domestic Fortune 500 companies outsource their logistics operations and most expect to use third party logistics (3PL) providers more in the coming years, according to the University of Tennessee (UT) study sponsored by Kenco.
<p>“Regardless of the motive, environmental and social supply chain sustainability requires a level of transparency, and ultimately integrity, that is only beginning to be recognized,” writes Diane A. Mollenkopf.</p> By Diane A. Mollenkopf · November 23, 2015
Regardless of the motive, environmental and social supply chain sustainability requires a level of transparency, and ultimately integrity, that is only beginning to be recognized.
<p>John Bell expects sustainability to take center stage in 2016 and beyond. Is your supply chain ready?</p> By Bob Trebilcock · September 24, 2015
Supply Chain Management Professor John Bell expects globally-sustainable supply chains to take center stage in 2016 and beyond. Is your supply chain ready for the future?
<p>At the Supply Chain Outlook Summit, UT’s John Bell will discuss how social, economic, and environmental impacts are pushing companies to look more closely at the sustainability of their supply chains.</p> By Bob Trebilcock · September 21, 2015
Supply Chain Management Professor John Bell expects globally-sustainable supply chains to take center stage in 2016 and beyond. Is your supply chain ready for the future?
By Ted Stank · August 31, 2015
In a dynamic economy, multi-national conglomerates and mom and pop shops alike are compelled to keep in close touch with the economic, cultural, and political trends that can change the business playing field virtually overnight.
By MMH Staff · June 30, 2015
Mike Rowe of Dirty Jobs and speakers from Coca-Cola, MIT and Caterpillar to headline conference on innovations that are transforming global supply chains.
By SCMR Staff · February 17, 2015
UT’s Haslam College of Business will host the second annual Deloitte Supply Chain Challenge, an event testing the business skills of MBA students, Feb. 19-20.
By MMH Staff · September 17, 2014
U.S. News & World Report ranks Michigan State as the top school for Supply Chain Management and Georgia Tech first for Industrial/Manufacturing Engineering on this year's lists.
By SCMR Staff · July 8, 2014
The seminar is open to the public and the UT campus community
By SCMR Staff · June 18, 2014
University of Tennessee’s Global Supply Chain Institute reports on successful strategies for supply chain integration
By Patrick Burnson · June 11, 2014
In the last several years, major companies have drawn the attention of international media when they have suffered supply disruptions due to raw material shortages.
By J Paul Dittmann · June 4, 2014
This article is an excerpt from a University of Tennessee, Global Supply Chain Institute whitepaper, sponsored by UPS Capital Management
By Mark Moon, PhD · April 23, 2014
Your company’s S&OP process will not achieve true integration without adequate attention being paid to the three mechanisms of organizational structure, process, and culture.
By Theodore Stank, PhD; Mandyam Srinivasan, PhD; Kenneth Petersen, PhD; and Philippe-Pierre Dornier, PhD · March 20, 2014
The following represent 10 key takeaways resulting from the EPIC analysis of the selected nations of North and Central America.

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