Rising Interest Rates: Maybe It’s Time to Bring Back the Forgotten Art of Price Analysis
Price analysis is a subject that is often overlooked in supply chain education, (although it is certainly a big part of our chapter on Strategic Cost Management in Purchasing and Supply Chain Management). This is perhaps a “forgotten art” that […]
Dealing with Supply Chain Uncertainty After Covid: Insights from the Experts
A small group of executives enjoyed a particularly interesting set of insights yesterday at our first Supply Chain Resource Cooperative meeting since December, 2019. Meeting on a rainy day at the NC State Faculty Club, we enjoyed some great opinions […]
Western Digital Teams Up With SCRC for Emerging Technologies Support
Western Digital, a global data storage company that offers an expansive portfolio of technologies, storage devices and solutions for business and consumers, has partnered with the SCRC to support its procurement efforts in emerging technologies and predictive risk solutions.
When the Job Search Feels Like an Uphill Marathon: A Story of Resilience
The story of MBA alumna Meera Satyakumar’s job search has a happy ending — but her journey was anything but easy, and only panned out thanks to her unwavering courage and resilience.
Supply Chain Club Visits Toshiba Business Solutions
The NC State Supply Chain Club visited Toshiba Business Solutions to get a sneak peak behind the scenes of the company’s manufacturing process.
Exclusive Supply Chain Career Fair Goes Virtual
For most, career fairs are synonymous with a shuffle of students exploring a wide range of careers and employment opportunities. For supply chain students at the Poole College of Management, however, the Supply Chain Career Fair is a different experience entirely.
New Faculty Member Combines 27 Years of SCM Experience, Passion for Teaching
In August, the Poole College of Management introduced Brian Brosnan as one of its four newest faculty members. We followed up with Brosnan to learn more about his background in industry, what he’ll be focusing on during his time at […]
Alumna Applies Wilson College Business, Fashion Knowledge to Supply Chain Position
A course at the Wilson College of Textiles first piqued Meilin Walker’s interest in working with fashion supply chains.
Sebastian Heese Breaks Down Social Media Backlash of Supply Chain Issues
Sebastian Heese, professor of supply chain management, recently released a study of over 2 billion tweets that found companies that face backlash on social media over supply chain issues often see a drop in stock prices.
Improving Access to World-class Supply Chain Knowledge
The SCRC is helping CAPS Research, a research center focused on creating leading primary academic research in supply management, with an initiative to overhaul its massive library of world-renowned supply chain research studies from the last 30 years.