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MBA students win inaugural Northeast Supply Chain Online Competition
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.
Supply Chain and Information Management students excel in recent case competitions
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.
What a Trump presidency could mean for global supply chains
Executive Professor of Supply Chain Management Robert Murray explores the potential impacts that the Trump presidency could have on the supply chain industry.
Why the pollsters were so wrong
Distinguished Professor of Supply Chain Management Nada Sanders, an expert in business forecasting and risk management, explains the importance of human judgment in the forecasting process and how it impacted the 2016 presidential election polls.
Global 3PLs Focused on Increasing Customer Demands, Technology, Industry Restructuring and Amazon
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.
Strategies for our Internet-connected lives
Assistant Professor Martin Dias discusses the ways human-augmented technology can impact our personal and professional productivity and offers solutions to its pitfalls.
Life as we know it, circa 2020
In the following passage from Supply Chain Management Review, Robert Lieb contemplates the future of the supply chain from his backyard in Massachusetts.
Rate or trade? Identifying winning ideas in open idea sourcing
Assistant Professor Christoph Riedl shares findings on how to best design systems to identify winning ideas from his latest co-authored journal article.