Supply Chain Forum

Twice a year, more than 200 professionals from 60 top companies meet for a day and a half of keynote presentations, breakout sessions, networking receptions and recruiting opportunities.

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Recruit Our Students

The Haslam College of Business prepares students with a broad, cross-disciplinary approach to supply chain management. As a result, our graduates are sought after by the most prominent businesses in the industry, averaging more than 100 companies per year.

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Executive Education

The Haslam College of Business’s faculty experts teach classes that offer immediate application outside the classroom ranging in duration from one day to 11 months.

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Become a Partner

When your company joins the supply chain forum you learn from our academic thought leaders, network with an elite group of industry professionals and recruit some of the best graduates in supply chain.

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We engage with INDUSTRY.

It fuels our RESEARCH. It defines our COURSES. It prepares our STUDENTS.

 

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A SAVVY Guide to the Digital Supply Chain

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.

Advanced Demand/Supply Integration (DSI) Best Practices

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

New Product Initiative Best Practices

Driving incremental value through proactive supply chain involvement. Sponsored by Bush Brothers and Company.

Featured Experts

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Ted Stank

Harry J. & Vivienne R. Bruce Chair of Excellence

Wendy Tate

Cheryl Massingale Faculty Research Fellow

Shay Scott

Executive Director of Supply Chain & Operations Programs; Executive Director of the Global Supply Chain Institute

Mandyam Srinivasan

Pilot Corporation Chair of Excellence

Kate Vitasek

Adjunct Faculty

Want to Learn More?

If you’d like to learn more about how to partner with the Global Supply Chain Institute on talent development, best practice research, supply chain audits or custom projects, please contact us.

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