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“Instead of focusing on risk of supply chain disruptions, in our interviews, most of the supply chain executives pointed to lost opportunities to take advantage of gaps in the market when discussing agility during the COVID-19 crisis,” co-author J. Paul…
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Why Marketing & Supply Chain?
The Department of Marketing & Supply Chain is built around the symbiotic relationship between two disciplines. Chad Autry, department head, explains how both are integrated in the Haslam curriculum.
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First Recipient of Ryder Endowed Professorship in Supply Chain Management Named
Yemisi Bolumole, previously with the Eli Broad College of Business at Michigan State University has accepted the post.Read More