Archive for Educator Perspective

From the Archives: A Conversation with Dr. Tom Speh

I’m not sure how I missed the news earlier this year, but I was shocked and saddened to learn last week at the CSCMP Annual Conference that Dr. Tom Speh, Miami University professor emeritus of marketing and the CSCMP Distinguished Service Award recipient in 2007, had died this past April. As his colleagues at the […]

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Do 3PLs Have an Image Problem with Young Professionals?

Last week on Talking Logistics, I had a great conversation with Professor Robert Lieb from Northeastern University about the challenges 3PLs face attracting and retaining talent. Of course, the “talent shortage” problem is not only an issue for 3PLs, but also for manufacturers, retailers, and others. But is the challenge the same for everyone, or […]

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The Educator’s Perspective: A Conversation with Dr. Tom Speh, Miami University

In our Educator’s Perspective series, we interview leading educators in the supply chain and logistics field about their research, as well as trends in academia. In this episode, Dr. Tom Speh, Senior Director of MBA Programs at the Farmer School of Business at Miami University, discusses trends in supply chain education programs and how students, young professionals, […]

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