Susan Zucker, adjunct instructor at Champlain College Online, discusses the challenge and advantages of online education of students preparing for a career in supply-chain management during a pandemic.
Peter Canellis, associate professor of management at Vaughn College of Aeronautics and Technology, describes how the teaching of supply-chain management is changing in a time of lockdowns and sheltering-in-place caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
Gregory Schlegel, founder of the Supply Chain Risk Management Consortium at Lehigh University, describes how supply-chain risk is occupying a central role in university and professional education, and why it's vital that executives embrace the discipline.
Nehemiah Scott, professor and director of supply-chain management at the University of Illinois' Gies College of Business, describes how the topic is being taught in online courses during physical school closures and the coronavirus pandemic.
Auburn University’s Harbert College of Business recently announced the formation of a Department of Supply Chain Management. The creation of the new department brings expanded resources and focus to the college’s supply chain management program.
The Association for Supply Chain Management, a global provider of supply chain learning, transformation, innovation and leadership, recently announced the launch of several new digital offerings to help supply chain professionals.