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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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New College Grads Can’t Fill Your Talent Gap
The supply chain industry is undoubtedly growing. But Baby-Boomer retirement, higher supply chain...

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By Patrick Burnson · August 6, 2018
As supply chain managers have become painfully aware, keeping on top of the shifting trade agreement banter and subsequent compliance necessities has added a new layer of complexity to their operations.
By MMH Staff · July 29, 2018
Working with the United States and State of Michigan Department of Labor, TGW initiates one of the first company-based Mechatronics paid apprenticeship programs in the US that focuses on the underemployed and military veterans.
By Rosemary Coates · July 24, 2018
A university internship should be more than just a summer job; it should provide meaningful, insightful work that can help a student prepare for a profession in supply chain management.
By Michael Gravier · July 16, 2018
It has been a long time coming but the world is finally updating its perspective on trade and international relations for the first time since the Cold War ended.
By SCMR Staff · July 13, 2018
The editors at SCMR have compiled a list of the most predominant Supply Chain Professional Associations of 2018
SPECIAL REPORT
By Bridget McCrea · July 13, 2018
Under pressure to perform at unprecedented velocities in a tight labor market, more companies are exploring custom executive education options as a way to bring their supply chain leaders up to speed (and keep them there).
By SCMR Staff · July 3, 2018
The Master’s Program of MIT Global SCALE (Supply Chain and Logistics Excellence) Network 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 ranked the MIT SCALE master’s program as No. 1 for the third time.
By Justin Yoon · June 26, 2018
The use of drones as a supplement to delivery trucks show significant savings, with a base case median savings of 30% over using truck only. These savings are compelling enough to attract significant investment and future growth in the integration of drones in last-mile delivery.
By MMH Staff · June 21, 2018
Scholarships awarded to 22 students at two-year colleges.
By Jeff Berman · May 29, 2018
In a wide-ranging statement, the White House said that under Section 301 of the Trade Act of 1974, the United States will impose tariffs on goods containing industrially significant technology, including those related to the ‘Made in China 2025’ program.
By Michael Gravier · May 23, 2018
This past weekend, Secretary of Transportation Elaine Chao spoke at the Bryant University commencement ceremony. With experience as the first female Secretary of Labor, director of the Peace Corps, and CEO of the United Way non-profit, she brought a unique perspective. Chao came to the United States from Taiwan and has made a tremendous impact on our country.
By SCMR Staff · May 22, 2018
The AWESOME/MIT Advancing Women through Education (AWE) Scholarship aims to attract women who want to pursue graduate degrees in Supply Chain Management at MIT.
By Patrick Burnson · May 18, 2018
Supply chain industry experts and educators agree that business functions face critical challenges to deliver on their organizations’ digital transformation strategies. A significant upgrade in talent will be required if companies wish to harness and use increasingly complex data to improve procurement.
By Patrick Burnson · May 9, 2018
Data from more than 2,600 U.S. supply chain professionals was gathered by APICS as it recently conducted the 2018 Supply Chain Compensation and Career Survey. The report was recently published, and contains many revealing details about the industry.
By Becky Partida, senior research specialist, supply chain management, APQC · May 1, 2018
Industry and annual revenue affects the extent to which organizations invest in returns management.

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