SCRC News

Feb 24, 2021  |  Articles

Transparent Supply Chains in Uncertain Times

Visibility and transparency are two words often associated with successful supply chain operations — especially in recent months. But what are the differences, and why do they matter? Poole College professors Tim Kraft and Eda Kemahlioglu-Ziya help break down this highly-relevant topic.

Feb 24, 2021  |  Articles

Is E-Commerce the New Commerce?

Poole College professor Don Warsing weighs in on how Internet-based transactions are now the norm. Should re-evaluate how we define, teach and approach the concept of commerce?

Feb 24, 2021  |  Articles

A Step-by-step Process Leaders Can Follow to Prepare for the Next Health Crisis

Organizational operations have been continually disrupted by shortages of PPE and other health and safety goods since the COVID-19 pandemic began. SCRC Executive Director Rob Handfield recently co-authored an article that outlines four levels of preparedness organizations can strive for […]

Jan 25, 2021

Jenkins MBA Alumnus Creates Opportunities for Collaboration

A partnership between Eaton and the Supply Chain Resource Cooperative (SCRC), facilitated by an MBA alum, is providing exchangeable benefits of experience, connections and knowledge.

Jan 21, 2021

Kate Lundy: An Alum Who Never Stops Learning

A partnership between Eaton and the Supply Chain Resource Cooperative (SCRC), facilitated by an MBA alum, is providing exchangeable benefits of experience, connections and knowledge.

Sep 21, 2020

A Clear and Constant Thirst for Academic and Professional Growth

Despite being an engineering student, Krunal Sonpal was so intrigued by the field of supply chain that he convinced Dr. Hari Vasudevan, his university’s principal, to include a supply chain course in his program’s curriculum. This was in his final […]

Sep 14, 2020

Finding The Best Way to Get COVID-19 Test Kits Where They’re Needed

NC State research effort aims to improve COVID-19 test kit distribution and supply chains.

Aug 21, 2020

When Life Gives You Lemons: A 2020 Summer Internship Story

While the past few months haven’t exactly been easy for anyone, it’s hard to imagine going through one of the most formative periods of your life — your time as a college student — during a global pandemic.  One of […]

Aug 21, 2020

The ‘Who’, ‘What’ and ‘Why’ of Two First-Year MBA Students

Get to know these two first-year Jenkins MBA students, including why they decided to earn their MBA, what they hope to achieve, and what they think about starting this new chapter of their lives under the unusual circumstances of 2020. […]

Jul 24, 2020  |  Articles

Advising Students in the “New Normal” World of Working Remotely: Guest Blog from Ayo Agunbiade

Today’s guest blog is from one of our Academic Advisors, Ayo Agunbiade, a Senior Academic Advisor in the Poole College of Management Undergraduate Programs advising office.  After reading one of my recent blogs on social distancing and working from home, […]