Supply Chain Management Articles Library

Nov 22, 2019

Supply Chain Resource Cooperative Gallery Walk on Dec. 5 Provides Students, Alumni With Think-and-Do Showcase

By Justin Goldberg The Supply Chain Resource Cooperative (SCRC) will cap off its 40th Semi-annual Conference on Dec. 5 with the famed Gallery Walk, a showcase of SCRC students’ corporate-partnered practicums. Starting at 4:30 p.m., Duke Energy Hall in the […]

Nov 21, 2019

Jenkins MBA Alumnus Shares His Journey in Supply Chain Management

By Carson Powell Adam Hardie is a category manager for Eaton, a global technology leader and power management company, and is responsible for supplier strategy and management for categories that total over $100 million in annual spend. On top of […]

Nov 21, 2019

Supply Chain Resource Cooperative Gallery Walk on Dec. 5 Provides Students, Alumni With Think-and-Do Showcase

The Supply Chain Resource Cooperative (SCRC) will cap off its 40th Semi-annual Conference on Dec. 5 with the famed Gallery Walk, a showcase of SCRC students’ corporate-partnered practicums. Starting at 4:30 p.m., Duke Energy Hall in the James B. Hunt […]

Nov 21, 2019

Helping Students ‘Think and Do’: Betty Minton

With the SCRC Gallery Walk on the horizon, it’s important to remember the individuals who guide students throughout the semester in preparing their projects for the big event, where they will showcase recommendations and solutions for one of the SCRC’s corporate […]

Nov 16, 2019  |  Articles

Decoding the Signals of the Global Tariff and Trade Wars

What will global trade and commerce look like in the coming years, and how will it influence the business landscape? This question has moved to the forefront of executives’ minds as the US administration seeks to renegotiate relationships with key […]

Nov 14, 2019

Erik Troan ‘95 and Todd Olson Blend Leadership Styles to Improve the Software Experience

Poole College and Wells Fargo hosted the latest installment of the Wells Fargo Executive Leadership Series featuring Erik Troan ‘95 and Todd Olson of Pendo.

Nov 5, 2019  |  Director's Blog

FDA Warns of Significant Drug Shortages – What Gives?

In a recent report, the FDA has warned of significant drug shortages in the U.S. These shortages are affecting approximately 130 drugs that are commonly used in the treatment of medical conditions or used in surgical procedures. The report titled […]

Nov 2, 2019  |  Director's Blog

Pierre Mitchell of Spend Matters: Delivering Value in the Face of VUCA

Variability, Uncertainty, Complexity, and Ambiguity (VUCA) – these are the conditions of the “new normal” set of operating conditions faced by most firms today in their value chains.  When one layers on top of this the challenges of navigating one’s […]

Oct 22, 2019  |  Articles

State of Flux: An Update on the Current State of Supplier Relationship Management

I had the opportunity to speak at the annual SRM Summit coordinated by State of Flux, led by their leader Alan Day.  Alan spoke on insights from their annual SRM “book”, which included survey results on the current state of […]

Oct 21, 2019  |  Articles

How Smart Factories Are Changing Manufacturing

This article was originally written and published by Carson Powell on the Poole College of Management news website here.  Many manufacturers in the United States and around the world are beginning to introduce artificial intelligence (AI) into their factories. Noel Greis, […]