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Jun 22, 2023

Motivating Supplier Social Responsibility

Tim Kraft explores how companies are changing the way that they source materials and work with suppliers to encourage sustainability and ethical standards.  

Jun 22, 2023

Robots and Remote-Control Machines? Students Discuss Global Sourcing, Supply Chain at Caterpillar Plant

Led by Professor Luca David Opromolla, 35 student visited the Caterpillar plant in Clayton, North Carolina to learn more about global sourcing and supply chain. 


Jun 22, 2023

Lessons Learned: How COVID Shaped Business Decision Making in 2020

Experts from Poole College of Management, Oracle and SteelFab took a deep dive into the business challenges and lessons learned from the COVID-19 pandemic. The virtual PNC Thought Leadership Series… 

Jun 22, 2023

Kalera CEO Makes an Impact on the Future of Farming

When he enrolled in North Carolina State University’s College of Management, Daniel Malechuk (’03) didn’t picture himself working in the food industry, but he couldn’t be more proud today of his role in the future of sustainable farming. 

Nov 17, 2021

GC3 Report Shows Significant Rise in Green Chemistry-Marketed Product Sales

The Green Chemistry & Commerce Council (GC3), in partnership with NYU Stern Center for Sustainable Business, North Carolina State University, the Dynamic Sustainability Lab at Syracuse University and Duke University, has released a new report documenting significant growth in green chemistry marketed products, both sales and consumer demand.    

Jul 22, 2021

Researchers Develop Framework for More Efficient Adoption of Medical Innovations

Sebastian Heese and the research team aims to bridge the gap between medical research and workflow management by not only considering the decisions behind adopting new diagnostic tests but also looking at how new tests are integrated into existing clinical workflows. 

Jul 13, 2021

Mean Tweets and Wall Street

To take a closer look at these issues, the research team set out to answer two questions – whether supply chain glitches lead to a reaction on Twitter and whether the response on Twitter associated with supply chain glitches influence the relationship between a supply chain glitch and stock market returns. 

Jun 23, 2021

Supply Chain Bottlenecks Will Likely Continue for the Remainder of the Year

As vaccination rates in the US, the UK, and Europe have risen, economies have shifted back and capital projects are beginning to resume. However, significant problems remain. 

May 19, 2021

Q&A with Noel Greis: The Future of the Machine Tool Industry

Noel Greis, research professor of operations and supply chain management in the Poole College of Management, recently received a grant from the National Science Foundation to examine critical gaps in knowledge and capacity in the U.S. machine tool industry. 

May 12, 2021

Poole Class of 2021 Spotlight: Supply Chain Resource Cooperative Practicum

As many other companies have in the past, the American Red Cross reached out to the Poole College of Management’s Supply Chain Resource Cooperative (SCRC) to see if its faculty and students could assist with a current business challenge.