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Professor Nada Sanders studies successful companies to pinpoint traits that have enabled them to thrive. Those most likely to endure, she says, exhibit characteristics of what she calls the ‘humachine’—a fusion of technological innovation and human talent.

Recent research from Professor Christoph Riedl finds that the secret to effective teamwork is all about the timing. What could this mean for your work communications?

Recently published in the Journal of the Royal Society Interface, Assistant Professor Christoph Riedl’s latest research examines a model that might explain how humans resolve conflict, and what these actions say about biological and social behavior, both now and into the future.

Distinguished Professor of Supply Chain Management Nada Sanders was recently elected as the Productions and Operations Management Society (POMS) President-Elect.

Nada Sanders, D’Amore-McKim School of Business distinguished professor of supply chain management, comments on Zara’s retail success delivering off-the-runway looks to customers using innovative supply chain technology and artificial intelligence.

Chris Riedl, an interdisciplinary assistant professor with D’Amore-McKim School of Business and Khoury College of Computer and Information Sciences, explains his recent crowdsourced innovation research for News@Northeastern.

Three D’Amore-McKim School of Business students, Avadhoot Belose, MBA’17, Jithin Jacob, MS’17, and Karan Mohan, MS’17, recently placed first in the inaugural Northeast Supply Chain Online Competition, applying their classroom knowledge to a real-world supply chain simulation.

D’Amore-McKim School of Business Supply Chain and Information students recently attended and placed in two case competitions, applying their classroom knowledge to real-world challenges.

Today, the findings of the 23rd Annual Surveys of Third Party Logistics (3PL) Provider CEOs in North America and Europe were presented at the Annual Meeting of the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals by Dr. Robert Lieb, Professor of Supply Chain Management at the D’Amore-McKim School of Business at Northeastern University.