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  • Industry Partner Success - SCM | Supply Chain Resource Cooperative (SCRC) | North Carolina State University
    was very impressed with one of the SCRC project teams which delivered an outstanding benchmarking study of industry standard practices associated with managing customer order fulfillment The team compiled useful market data that yielded important insights into the dynamics and needs of key international markets This type of supply chain project work is enabling Lenovo to adopt business processes and metrics that more closely align to industry best practices and better meet customer expectations resulting in increased satisfaction and loyalty Sandra K Wellet Vice President Strategy Operations Global Supply Chain Partner Project Returns Duke Energy The students are able to apply their knowledge from their supply chain course and their background research for the projects and develop solutions We have been able to implement recommendations from many of the projects and immediately see the results of the student s efforts The student projects bring outside perspectives to finding solutions to the issues with an academic focus Duke Energy also has an opportunity to look at student performance in action when we are selecting candidates for internships or future employment C Curtis Price P E Director Carolinas Warehouse Operations Partner Project Returns Biogen Each team has a Biogen Idec sponsor and a SCRC NC State Faculty advisor This collaboration has provided the teams with oversight and access to resources at Biogen Idec and NC State thereby maximizing their productivity The benefits of these projects to Biogen Idec include i substantial price reductions of commodity materials through should cost analyses and ii enhancements to risk management tools such as risk mapping and key performance indicators which have since been used by new product launch teams to identify risks and develop mitigation plans Robert Ciamarra Associate Director PO T Sourcing Partner Project Returns Specifically from the SCRC s recommendations Ministry has implemented an

    Original URL path: https://scm.ncsu.edu/industry-partnerships/partner-success (2016-04-30)
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  • Executive Education - SCM | Supply Chain Resource Cooperative (SCRC) | North Carolina State University
    Ph D SCM Professionals SCM Research Resources SCM Pro Resources SCM Articles SCM White Papers SCM SCRC Director s Blog SCM Tutorials SCM Video Insights Library SCM Insights Polls SCM Topics SCM Research Supply Chain Managemcent Executive Education Managing globally across disciplines OPTIMIZING DAY TO DAY OPERATIONS MANAGING SUPPLY CHAIN INNOVATION STRATEGIC OVERSIGHT Contact Us Maintaining Competitive Leadership The procurement world has changed dramatically in recent years with no signs of letting up with increasing complexity in the roles responsibilities velocity and budget amounts Chief Procurement Officers are required to both increase their personal skill set to keep up while simultaneously training members of their team SCRC s SCM Executive Education helps CPOs ensure that their teams have both the technical and leadership skills needed to meet organizational goals in a way that enhances and polishes the organizational and procurement brand Our Participants Program participants will play the following roles in their organizations Curriculum Overview Fundamentals Optimizing Day To Day Operations Supply Chain Planning and Control Supply Chain Linkages Logistics Essentials Procurement and Sourcing Business Process Management and Quality Managing Supply Chain Aligning Supply Chain Strategy with Operational Functions Supplier Relationship Management Logistics Strategy Business Process Design and Analysis Project

    Original URL path: https://scm.ncsu.edu/industry-partnerships/executive-education (2016-04-30)
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  • Shelton Leadership Center - SCM | Supply Chain Resource Cooperative (SCRC) | North Carolina State University
    COMPASSION AS A LEADER The Shelton Leadership Center The Shelton Leadership Center trains students faculty executives and community leaders in values based leadership skills that enhance corporate government education non profit and youth development organizations The partnership between the Shelton Leadership Center and the Poole College of Management provides innovative approaches to executive education to help you and your organization thrive SCRC and the Shelton Leadership Center s Annual Professional Leadership Development Forum Keynote Speakers The Shelton Leadership Forum provides professionals the opportunity to learn from experts in their corresponding fields on ways to apply personal experiences back into their own communities and work environments The forum presents keynote speakers whose experiences address a broad spectrum of professional careers Forum Offerings Internationally acclaimed role model leaders engage with corporate and educational leaders and students The Forum is committed to providing excellence in inspirational values based leadership development This is a great experience for leaders who aspire to shape the organizational culture through leadership that leaves a legacy Programs are client centered and solutions focused through collaboration with the Poole College of Management Innovation creativity and productivity have everything to do with leadership Programs are built on a foundation of personal integrity and business ethics promoting sustainable change The General Hugh Shelton Leadership Forum is an annual seminar series that focuses attention on the importance of leadership development The Forum is one program offering of the General Hugh Shelton Leadership Initiative administered by the NC State University Office of Extension Engagement and Economic Development As Executive Director General Shelton is committed to developing values based leadership skills to enhance corporate government education non profit and youth development organizations The General Hugh Shelton Leadership Initiative offers scholarships as well as executive faculty student and youth development conferences To learn more visit www

    Original URL path: https://scm.ncsu.edu/industry-partnerships/shelton-leadership (2016-04-30)
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  • SCM Concentrations at NC State - SCM | Supply Chain Resource Cooperative (SCRC) | North Carolina State University
    project pairs small student teams with an industry partner of the SCRC to help solve a specific supply chain problem that company is experiencing Students gain valuable work experience in the field as well as professional contacts that can help them secure employment when they graduate For more information please visit the Undergraduate Programs business administration page NC State Jenkins MBA with a concentration in Supply Chain Management NC State Jenkins MBA Through its Jenkins Graduate School of Management the Poole College of Management offers an Jenkins MBA degree with a concentration in Supply Chain Management In addition to providing a comprehensive education in general business management the Supply Chain Concentration equips students for management level positions in the supply chain discipline The NC State Jenkins MBA continues to grow in ranking and reputation thanks in part to the synergies created by the SCRC and the strength of the faculty It recently was ranked in the top 20 nationally by practitioners and academics alike specifically 14th by academics 20th by practitioners and 18th overall according to a survey by Supply Chain Management Review The partnership between the NC State Jenkins MBA program and the SCRC is unique among top tier supply chain management programs affording every student with a semester long opportunity the practicum to help a real business address its supply chain issues The SCRC and its relationships with companies that have best in class supply chain divisions is one key reason that the Jenkins MBA in Supply Chain Management is so highly regarded NC State Jenkins MBA Supply Chain Practicum The capstone of the NC State Jenkins MBA in Supply Chain Management is the practicum This is where SCM students apply their classroom knowledge to solve real world problems working with real companies In the practicum students work

    Original URL path: https://scm.ncsu.edu/scm-concentrations (2016-04-30)
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  • 2015 NC State Poole College of Management | Jenkins MBA Graduate Program Supply Chain Fellows - SCM | Supply Chain Resource Cooperative (SCRC) | North Carolina State University
    projects related to the industry as part of their fellowship award Crider said The students benefit from the professional experience they gain through their company projects and many fellows go on to full time employment upon completing their MBA program According to Dr Rob Handfield Bank of American Distinguished Professor of Supply Chain Management at the NC State Poole College of Management and SCRC executive director the analytic and leadership skills that supply chain professionals bring to their positions are highly valued by their employers as reflected by their support of these fellowships Companies love having an objective third party take a hard look at their challenges bring to bear the research capability and resources of NC State and deliver innovative solutions This years group of fellows come from a variety of backgrounds One student served six years in operations and project management in the US Coast Guard and another served as a combat engineer in the US Army Other scholars have had internships and or industry experience with leading companies including Chevron GlaxoSmithKline BASF Kuehne Nagel Zenith Global Logistics and the Center for Environmental Farming Systems The fellows said that Poole College s focus on applied learning and the strength of its supply chain program drew them to the Jenkins MBA program For me the NC State Jenkins MBA program was a perfect fit Coming into the business school search with a specialized interest I knew I wanted a program that would give me the skills necessary to make a career change while allowing me the flexibility to create my own path towards a career in local sustainable food supply chains With the think and do attitude and the emphasis on gaining real world experience during the program I knew I could make the Jenkins MBA my own said Graham Givens a fellow who will be working with the Center for Environmental Farming Systems during his fellowship After working in the global transportation and logistics industry I really wanted to develop a more dynamic and deeper skill set relevant to this and the broader supply chain industry This concentration reflects an organized proven and well developed platform in which I can gain direct relevant experience and knowledge with the said Dana Magliola a second year fellow MBA student who will be working with The Material Handling Institute MHI during his fellowship The Supply Chain Resource Cooperative also drew Lindsay Schilleman a first year fellow with a finance background and who will be administering the Bloomberg Certification training s to the Jenkins MBA The rankings had a lot to do with my selection I did some research and loved the reputation of the program It appeared to me that this program had a lot more focus on real world hands on experience than did other programs The thought of working with a company like John Deere for my class excited me Schilleman said As technology and globalization drive business they also will drive demand for supply chain expertise The SCRC

    Original URL path: https://scm.ncsu.edu/scm-concentrations/scrc/supply-chain-fellows-mba (2016-04-30)
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  • SCM Concentrations at NC State - SCM | Supply Chain Resource Cooperative (SCRC) | North Carolina State University
    Partnerships SCRC Partnerships Industry Partnership Partner Successes Our Partners Executive Education Shelton Leadership SCM Concentrations MBA Ugrad Concentrations SCM Concentrations Jenkins MBA SC Fellows SCRC Scholars Student Testimonials SCM Faculty Experts SCM Subject Matter Experts SCM Faculty Experts Cecil Bozarth Ph D Clyde M Crider MBA Donavon Favre MA Tracy Freeman MBA Robert Handfield Ph D Jeffrey Stonebraker Ph D Don Warsing Ph D SCM Professionals SCM Research Resources SCM Pro Resources SCM Articles SCM White Papers SCM SCRC Director s Blog SCM Tutorials SCM Video Insights Library SCM Insights Polls SCM Topics SCM Research Supply Chain Resource Cooperative Scholars Dana Magliola Tyler Price Gavin Hough Kevin Weisner Kevin Tilley Graham Givens John Elliott Nina Keidel Anthony Palmerino Tyler Bassett Nick Miller James Hollifield Kaitlyn Sutton Lindsay Schilleman SCM Concentrations SCM Concentrations Jenkins MBA Undergrad Jenkins MBA Supply Chain Fellows SCRC Scholars Student Testimonies Featured Faculty Robert Handfield SCRC Co Director Meet Our Supply Chain Management Subject Matter Experts SCM Articles Library of the Supply Chain Resource Cooperative SCM Articles by Category SCM Resources SCM Terms Supply Chain Management Basics SCM Basics Tariffs and Tax Primer NAICS Navigator SCM Tutorials CPFR Forecasting Inventory Management Procurement SCM Features Hot Topics Lessons

    Original URL path: https://scm.ncsu.edu/scm-concentrations/scholars (2016-04-30)
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  • NC State SCM Student Testimonies - SCM | Supply Chain Resource Cooperative (SCRC) | North Carolina State University
    the ground running in my new role as a manufacturing technical analyst with Arysta LifeScience I truly believe that the opportunity to gain real world experience as an MBA candidate at NC State University has led to much of my success both as an MBA student and early on in my professional career I look forward to keeping in touch with NC State and maintaining a relationship with the Jenkins MBA program Weston Held MBA 2014 My decision to come to the NC State MBA program was based on the strength of the SCRC As an engineering undergrad I knew I would benefit from Poole s in class teachings on finance and marketing but I was most excited about how the SCRC advertised their strong ties with the most influential manufacturing and supply chain companies in the Southeast I was not disappointed I worked on a wide range of projects from designing a new distribution center for a manufacturer to reassessing purchasing practices for a utility company to researching commodities for a pharmaceutical company I believe leaving my previous industry to pursue a Supply Chain Management MBA full time at NC State accelerated my career and I have the SCRC s faculty and company connections to thank for project experiences that significantly increased my knowledge in logistics procurement and strategy Chris Gibson MBA 2013 The primary reason I chose NC State was due to its low cost and high return on investment I ultimately chose NC State because of the fellowship opportunity with Caterpillar through the SCRC The SCRC provided the best avenue among competing schools to obtain the practical business skills I desired to launch a successful business career I refined and practiced important soft skills as an officer in the military for six years Coupled with these soft skills I learned and practiced critical supply chain hard skills as a Fellow and MBA student working on impactful projects for companies for the last two years Michael Westrich MBA 2013 My experience in working on a client project with the SCRC was the most beneficial part of the NCSU Supply Chain MBA program This project allowed me to work on an existing supply chain issue with the client and provide a best practice recommendation I was able to merge the tools I learned in the classroom along with my professional experience to provide the client with a meaningful solution Not only does this help students looking to gain experience in supply chain but it also allows supply chain professionals to take part in a project outside of their current job role I highly recommend the Supply Chain program as the experiences and skills learned specifically during the SCRC project are invaluable Katie Bramante MBA 2012 When I initiated my search for a business school I was interested in finding a school that had a solid supply chain program After researching numerous schools I came across NC State s MBA program primarily because of SCRC Supply Chain Resource Cooperative SCRC

    Original URL path: https://scm.ncsu.edu/scm-concentrations/student-testimonies (2016-04-30)
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  • Cecil Bozarth, Ph.D. - SCM | Supply Chain Resource Cooperative (SCRC) | North Carolina State University
    Bioscience Consulting Computers Health Care Manufacturing Manufacturing Pharmaceuticals Services Textile Consulting Highlights Provided educational consulting for GSK on Collaborative Planning Forecasting Replenishment CPFR Worked with an NC State research team to develop a Design for Order Fulfillment DFOF process Helped Novozymes develop a global staffing strategy for its technical support group Faculty advisor for student practicum or project teams interfacing with Biogen Duke Energy Lenovo SCM Articles by Category SCM Resources SCM Terms Supply Chain Management Basics SCM Basics Tariffs and Tax Primer NAICS Navigator SCM Tutorials CPFR Forecasting Inventory Management Procurement SCM Features Hot Topics Lessons Learned Facts Figures SC Security SCM Topics Inventory Management Supply Chain Procurement Process Six Sigma SC Risk Supplier Partnerships SCM Supplier Evaluation SCM Research Production Labor Sourcing SCM Pain Points Logistics Global Logistics Logistics Definition Home SCM Articles Contact Us Poole College of Management Executive Education Terms of Service Privacy Policy Supply Chain Resource Cooperative Poole College of Management NC State University 2806 A Hillsborough Street Raleigh NC 27695 7229 North Carolina State University Header Navigation Find People Libraries News Calendar MyPack Portal Giving Campus Map Supply Chain Management SCM SCRC Supply Chain Resource Cooperative Poole College of Management North Carolina State University Tackling real world supply chain management challenges by applying research experience and knowledge Partner s Login SCM Blog Contact Us RSS About the SCRC Mission Team About SCRC SCRC Faculty SCRC Staff SCRC Partners Contact SCRC Industry Partnerships SCRC Partnerships Industry Partnership Partner Successes Our Partners Executive Education Shelton Leadership SCM Concentrations MBA Ugrad Concentrations SCM Concentrations Jenkins MBA SC Fellows SCRC Scholars Student Testimonials SCM Faculty Experts SCM Subject Matter Experts SCM Faculty Experts Cecil Bozarth Ph D Clyde M Crider MBA Donavon Favre MA Tracy Freeman MBA Robert Handfield Ph D Jeffrey Stonebraker Ph D Don Warsing Ph D SCM Professionals SCM Research Resources SCM Pro Resources SCM Articles SCM White Papers SCM SCRC Director s Blog SCM Tutorials SCM Video Insights Library SCM Insights Polls SCM Topics SCM Research Cecil Bozarth Back to Faculty Directory Cecil Bozarth Professor of Operations Supply Chain Management cecil bozarth ncsu edu Curriculum Vitae Download CV Cecil Bozarth is a Professor of Operations and Supply Chain Management at the College of Management N C State University Cecil s areas of expertise include operations strategy business process management and planning and controlling operations processes He received his PhD from the Kenan Flagler Business School at UNC Chapel Hill Prior to that he was a systems engineer at IBM Professor Bozarth has won teaching awards at the college and university level and is co author of the book Introduction to Operations and Supply Chain Management published by Prentice Hall His research has appeared in the Journal of Operations Management Decision Sciences International Journal of Operations and Production Management and Production and Operations Management and he serves as an associate editor for the Journal of Operations Management Cecil has also received N C State University s Outstanding Extension Service Award for his work with the

    Original URL path: https://scm.ncsu.edu/scm-experts/sme/cecil-bozarth (2016-04-30)
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