The Global Supply Chain Management Initiative (GSCMI) is the focal point within the Mitchell E. Daniels, Jr. School of Business for promoting education, research and industrial engagement with those interested in supply chain management.
GSCMI accomplishes this through conferences, student competitions, and company projects that create venues for collaboration between firms, students and faculty around the state and across the globe. These opportunities place our students on the leading edge of emerging ideas and technologies and provide differentiating advantages in the manufacturing business, bridging industry, students, and faculty.
Many of today's most successful firms attribute their success to a strategically managed global supply chain. The complexities of coordinating and collaborating within a global network of designers, manufacturers, distributors and retailers grow as businesses seek to attain a competitive advantage through carefully formulated strategies for managing flows in physical, informational and financial channels.
Supply chain management is the process of ensuring that products are produced and delivered quickly and efficiently. Supply chain management:
Stephan Biller (2023 - Present)
Steve Dunlop - Interim (2022 - 2023)
Ananth Iyer (2015 - 2022)
George Shanthikumar (2011 - 2015)
Ananth Iyer (2005 - 2011)
The Global Supply Chain Management Initiative gives current and future managers the opportunity to be on the forefront of emerging ideas and technologies that promise to provide a differentiating advantage to businesses in the future.
This initiative offers a broad-based approach to developing business skills through a variety of programs.