What does it mean to run a great university supply chain program in the United States? AMR Research has just completed its first dual industry and academic study of U.S.-based university programs focused on supply chain management. 126 companies responded to the industry survey, and 19 universities provided significant program detail for the analysis.
Many strong programs, with innovative teaching approaches and relevant research being conducted. Unfortunately, most universities are only partially meeting the most pressing needs from industry, with supply chain programs on average teaching only 5 of 11 academic areas needed, inconsistently applying supply chain technology, and not ensuring sufficient applied knowledge transfer.
Source: AMR Research
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