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Professors from Michigan State University's #1 ranked Supply Chain Management program and Eli Broad College of Business will present and discuss their new book, "Global Supply Chain Management: Leveraging Processes, Measurements, and Tools for Strategic Corporate Advantage."

1/23/2014
When: Thursday, January 23, 2014
From 12:00 pm to 1:30 pm
Where: MSU Henry Center for Executive Development
3535 Forest Road
Lansing, MI  48910
United States
Contact: Jade Sims
(517) 884-1660
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Global Supply Chain Management: Leveraging Processes, Measurements, & Tools for Strategic Corporate Advantage BOOK LAUNCH

Thursday, January 23rd, 12noon-1:30pm (Registration begins at 11:30am)
MSU Henry Center for Executive Development (map)
3535 Forest Road, Lansing

DO NOT REGISTER WITH THE CHAMBER. REGISTRATION DETAILS ARE BELOW:
Registration ($35) http://GBClub.msu.edu

Speakers include:

  • Tomas Hult, Professor, Byington Endowed Chair, and Director of the International Business Center at MSU
  • David Closs, Professor, McConnell Endowed Chair, Chair of the Department of Supply Chain Management at MSU
  • David Frayer, Director of Executive Development Programs in the Eli Broad College of Business at MSU


Global Supply Chain ManagementProfessors from Michigan State University's #1 ranked Supply Chain Management program and Eli Broad College of Business will present and discuss their new book, "Global Supply Chain Management: Leveraging Processes, Measurements, and Tools for Strategic Corporate Advantage."

Participants will each receive a copy of the text. Global Supply Chain Management takes you step by step through the process of creating and managing a global supply chain strategy and aligning it with the conditions of your industry. Learn everything you need to know about developing a core strategy plus strategies for each of the critical supply chain functions: Logistics, purchasing, Operations, Market channels


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