With supply chains constantly in the news, many people are making the decision to get college degrees in supply chain management. Once they are accepted to a program, such as the one offered at Western Michigan University, the challenge becomes preparing them to know all of the things they will need to be tactically and strategically effective going forward.
In this Supply Chain Now interview, host Scott Luton is joined by Dr. Sime Curkovic, Professor of Supply Chain at Western Michigan University, and two students: Madison Dober a junior at WMU and Alexandra Henson, a senior.
• Why high school students are more informed about supply chain management than ever before – and eager to enter the field
• How the supply chain management program at Western Michigan University is preparing their students to address today’s challenges head-on
• The mindset and work ethic being demonstrated in today’s supply chain students
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Leveraging Logistics and Supply Chain for Ukraine: https://vectorgl.com/stand-with-ukraine/ (https://vectorgl.com/stand-with-ukraine/)
WEBINAR- 3 ways to stay afloat through the supply chain crisis: A distributor’s story: https://bit.ly/3uaUBeC (https://bit.ly/3uaUBeC)
WEBINAR: Sustainability and Profitability: The ripple effect of shipping less air https://bit.ly/3A87xFM (https://bit.ly/3A87xFM)
This episode is hosted by Scott Luton. For additional information, please visit our dedicated show page at: https://supplychainnow.com/supply-chain-management-western-michigan-university-947