It fuels our research. It defines our courses. It prepares our students.
Theodore P. (Ted) Stank is the Harry J. and Vivienne R. Bruce Chair of Excellence in Business in the Department of Marketing and Supply Chain Management at the University of ...Learn more about Ted Stank
Shay Scott, Ph.D. is Managing Director of the Global Supply Chain Institute and serves on the faculty of the Department of Marketing and Supply Chain Management at The University ...Learn more about Shay Scott
Dr. Mandyam Srinivasan joined the faculty in 1992. His current research interests are in performance modeling and evaluation of manufacturing systems. His teaching interests include performance evaluation, lean production systems ...Learn more about Mandyam Srinivasan
How to create supply chain, and company value, by working together.
How to Enhance Sustainable Supply Chain Efforts Through Transparency
The Haslam College of Business houses some of the country’s leading experts in supply chain management, operations excellence, collaborative partnerships, and other business topics. We have been ranked in the top 5 nationally for customized executive education and can modify existing courses or create new educational programs that directly address the needs of your organization.
We also consult with organizations to conduct research, improve performance, develop new processes and build broad-based business strategies. Our experts can even begin by conducting a supply chain audit to assess your organization against industry best practices. Learn more about our auditing options and the businesses we have helped.
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Companies can create competitive advantages by collaborating both internally between departments and externally with non-competing businesses.
The new faculty members bring a combined 46 years of industry experience and 87 years of teaching experience to the college.
Four faculty members from the Haslam College of Business and the Tickle College of Engineering have received a grant totaling $1.7 million.