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How to Evaluate and Leverage Technology to Build a Supply Chain for the Digital Age. Sponsored by IBM - A Report by the Supply Chain Management Faculty at the University of Tennessee.
Why S&OP has largely not been effective in the last four decades. Sponsored by HAVI - A Report by the Supply Chain Management Faculty at the University of Tennessee
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Executive Director of Supply Chain & Operations Programs; Managing Director of the Global Supply Chain Institute
Pilot Corporation Chair of Excellence
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Including why S&OP has largely not been effective in the last four decades.