Supply chain management professionals are involved in all business processes from raw materials extraction to consumer purchase, ensuring that the right product is in the hands of the right consumer at the right time.
Business analytics professionals possess problem-solving and communication skills that are in demand across the globe, enabling improved decision-making for companies in a wide variety of industries.
Assessing the validity and reliability of family factors on physical activity: A case study in Turkey, Sharalyn Steenson, Hilal Ozcebe, Umut Arslan, Hande Konsuk Unlu, Ozgur M. Araz, Mahmut Yardim, Sarp Uner, Nazmi Bilir, and Terry T.-K. Huang
Artificial Intelligence in Engineering Risk Analytics, Desheng Wu, David L. Olson, and Alexandre Dolgui
Can Contracts Replace Qualification in a Sourcing Process With Competitive Suppliers and Imperfect Information?, Yue Jin and Jennifer K. Ryan
Resource Planning in Engineering Services Firms, Vincent Hargaden and Jennifer K. Ryan
Two Stage Procurement Processes With Competitive Suppliers and Uncertain Supplier Quality, Yue Jin, Jennifer K. Ryan, and Walter Yund
Coordinating a Supply Chain With a Manufacturer-Owned Online Channel: A Dual Channel Model Under Price Competition, Jennifer K. Ryan, Daewon Sun, and Xuying Zhao