Randall R. Kendrick Global Supply Chain Institute exists to connect the world through Global Supply Chain Management with Network, Education, and Advanced Research (NEAR).
Capitalizing upon its global network, industry experience and renowned faculty, USC Marshall is poised to become one of the top thought leaders in the realm of global supply chain management. As an industry leader in cultivating top business talent, the Randall R. Kendrick Global Supply Chain Institute will lead the effort to streamline efficiency and supply chain in our increasingly global economy. Our state of the art resource institute will work with country-specific supply chain gateways to keep our member community updated with news, trends and critical changes in the industry.
Randall R. Kendrick Global Supply Chain Institute will be a leading institute for Global Supply Chain Management, with over 100 companies across the globe working in conjunction with the institute to facilitate growth in the industry as well as sustaining a flow of education to meet growing demands for jobs in the industry. With firm commitments from industry partners including Maersk, Performance Team, Esri, DACHSER, JLL, and Xebec, the Institute is postured towards the future. Designed for the working executive, programs offered by the Institute will serve to fill and bridge the gap between market supply and demand for educated professionals within the field.
- Providing global industries with educated leadership taught by cutting edge strategies and best in class practices in all facets of supply chain management
- Offering centralized resources for trade, policy, and procedures
- Establishing programs tailored to provide executive education
- Creating a worldwide network for industry leaders in Global Supply Chain Management
Why Global Supply Chain Management?
In conjunction with the exponential growth of the global marketplace, demand for jobs in supply chain management continues to increase as well.
It is becoming evident to entities operating on a global scale that supply chain and its functions encompass everything, including marketing, sourcing, manufacturing, logistics, inventory management, information technology, and customer relations. Global corporations are only now coming to realize that understanding how to operate effectively within the global supply chain is not simply a tactical function, it is an intrinsic business function.
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