What will it take for businesses to perform at a high level in the supply chain and hold a competitive advantage over their rivals in the next decade?
Women make up 40 percent of the workforce in supply chain organizations, yet only 15 percent of these firms have female representation at the executive levels, recent research shows.
In its latest white paper, the Global Supply Chain Institute suggests solutions may be found in redefining the concept of supply chain integration.
The University of Tennessee, Knoxville’s Haslam College of Business has appointed Mary Long the new managing director of the Global Supply Chain Institute’s Supply Chain Forum.
The Haslam College of Business expects to launch its inaugural online master’s degree, the Master of Science in supply chain management, in mid-2019.
The current onslaught of digital technologies offers the promise to transform supply chain management and quickly advance organizations past their competitors, but few in the field fully understand how best to develop a strategy among the upheaval of so many new options.
A new white paper from the Global Supply Chain Institute outlines what true demand and supply integration looks like.
Innovation is an imperative in the business world, but of the tens of thousands of new products launched each year, an estimated 80 to 90 percent fail.
The honors program in UT’s Haslam College of Business has been named in honor of Greg and Lisa Smith, longtime supporters of the university.
A new study from the Global Supply Chain Institute finds that not only does internal collaboration create financial worth but also that benchmark companies are leveraging collaboration outside their organizations to create competitive advantages.