Supply Chain Management at Michigan State University: The Journey and the Lessons Learned - This article describes a 20-year journey in the School of Business at Michigan State University -- A journey in which the supply chain management program changed from offering comprehensive courses in three major fields to offering a comprehensive program on supply chain management (SCM). As will be shown, ...
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|Authors:||Melnyk, Steven A. ; Stank, Theodore P. ; Closs, David J.|
Production and inventory management journal : journal of the American Production and Inventory Control Society, Inc. - Washington, DC : Soc., ISSN 0897-8336, ZDB-ID 10542929. - Vol. 41.2000, 3, p. 13-18
Ten Mega-Trends that will Revolutionize Supply Chain Logistics - This article, the last in the visioning series under the current editor, describes the authors' vision of the major trends in supply chain logistics as well as their perspective regarding current industry status with respect to these trends. They also suggest the changes and transformations that must occur to enable firms to achieve ...
Bowersox, Donald J., (2000)
A Cross-Functional Curriculum for Supply Chain Education at Michigan State University - The demand for professionals who can think in terms of integrated supply chain processes has grown. The supply of graduates with such skills, however, is limited as many business schools still operate within the constraints of "functional silos." Purchasing, production, and logistics faculty are uniquely ...
Closs, David J., (1999)
Stank, Theodore P., (2002)
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