Driven by innovation, we encourage ground-breaking research that is theoretically rich and data-driven.
Segregating data to determine what can drive automation and what can’t will enable organizations to learn how to better use it, Chad Autry, professor of supply chain management and department head at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville, told Supply Chain Dive.
Supply Chain Dive
Second, around the same time Paul Dittmann and the late Tom Mentzer of the University of Tennessee, along with Reuben Slone, now head of Walgreen's supply chain, wrote an article in the Harvard Business Review asking CEOs if they were the weakest link in their company's supply chain.
Supply Chain Digest
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.
Our faculty take leadership roles through publications, outreach, curriculum development, and guiding top professional organizations.
Three Haslam students are part of a team that won the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Dream Big Awards