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Supply Chain Forum

Twice a year, more than 250 professionals from 70+ top companies meet for a day and a half of keynote presentations, breakout sessions, networking and recruiting opportunities.

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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 130 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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Executive MBA

The Executive MBA for Global Supply Chain takes an interdisciplinary approach to real-world challenges and develops new leadership skills.

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MS in Supply Chain Management Online

The priority deadline for fall enrollment is June 3. The final application deadline is July 22. 
Classes begin August 19, 2020.

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MANAGING CYBER RISKS IN GLOBAL SUPPLY CHAINS: THE FOUR FUNDAMENTALS

Cybersecurity threats are a growing, technologically advanced risk to global supply chains. Yet, too many supply chain managers continue to react to these threats in 20th-century ways. The paper focuses on the best practices to reducing cyber risk across the end-to-end, integrated supply chain. Based on interviews with cyber experts from more than 30 organizations, the paper outlines four essentials for securing the supply chain.

END-TO-END SUPPLY CHAIN SYNCHRONIZATION

Benchmark supply chains are early adopters of end-to-end strategies (E2E) that create competitive advantages. To maintain competitive advantage, leading companies are now working to synchronize their “three Ps,” physical assets, business processes and people systems, with their core business drivers. The goal? Achieving total value in the supply chain.

EPIC GLOBAL SUPPLY CHAIN RISK ASSESSMENT

The environment – natural, political, business – is increasingly unpredictable. Given such uncertainty, how can supply chain leaders assess risk and measure supply chain capability globally? With the new EPIC Global Supply Chain Readiness Index 2020, leaders will gain greater visibility into an uncertain world, allowing them to plan and prepare accordingly. The EPIC structure provides a framework for assessing 64 countries in 10 geographic regions around the globe on their supply chain readiness from four different perspectives: Economy (E), Politics (P), Infrastructure (I), and Competence (C). The purpose of the EPIC structure is to define and explain the conceptual dimensions of global supply chain management and to identify the characteristics of those dimensions in 10 distinct regions of the world.

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

Professor Emeritus

Kate Vitasek

Adjunct Faculty

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