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Tuesday, January 18, 2011


2011 Supply Chain Education Survey Findings Part Two

By Bill McBeath                                 Tuesday, January 18, 2011

We explore what people feel are the priority needs for supply chain education. Supply chain strategy and leadership topped the list, with an emphasis on cross-functional talents. That was followed closely by the need for Supply Chain Risk Management, Demand Management, and Supply Chain Fundamentals education. [Read: 2011 Supply Chain Education Survey Findings Part Two]


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