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The Smeal College of Business at The Pennsylvania State University offers highly ranked undergraduate, MBA, executive MBA, Ph.D., and executive education opportunities to more than 5,000 students at all levels. Smeal is among the largest business schools in the United States, and is accredited in business and accounting by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). Featuring academic departments of Accounting, Finance, Management and Organization, Marketing, Risk Management, and Supply Chain and Information Systems, the college is also home to major research centers in areas such as supply chain management, business-to-business marketing, corporate innovation and entrepreneurship, and other disciplines.

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Penn State Smeal College of Business
201 Old Main
University Park
Pennsylvania, 16802
United States

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Supply Chain Education in the Post-COVID World
As the business world continues to reinvent itself, here’s a look at how supply chain executive education could evolve over the next year.

Differences between the COVID-19 Pandemic and Other Supply Chain Disruptions
Supply chain leaders should prepare for additional disruptions in supply and transportation due to the coronavirus pandemic, but if you are a business chain leader, what are some things you could do right now?

2019 Third-Party Logistics Study: The State of Logistics Outsourcing
The 2019 23rd Annual Third-Party Logistics (3PL) Study examines the global outsourced marketplace and leading trends for shippers and 3PLs in the logistics industry.

The 21st Annual, 2017 Third-Party Logistics Study
The results and findings of the 2017 21st Annual Third-Party Logistics Study provide current perspectives on the nature of shipper and 3PL relationships, why they are generally successful and some of the ways in which they could be improved.

Armstrong & Associates 2017 Top 50 U.S. and Global Third-Party Logistics Providers
The trend set over the past few years for mergers and acquisitions has hardly subsided, and a fresh injection of equity investment is transforming the marketplace, at the same time, shippers may expect to see 3PLs continue to purchase high-tech “solutions” and hire young professionals for implementation.

A Wide-Ranging Look at the Role of Third-Party Logistics in Different Supply Chain Areas
The 2017 21st Annual Third-Party Logistics Study shows that shippers and their third-party logistics providers continue to move away from primarily transactional relationships and toward meaningful partnerships.

2016 Third-Party Logistics Study
The 2016 20th Annual Third Party Logistics Study shows continued collaborative and positive relationships between shippers and third-party logistics providers, which have been developing since the study began 20 years ago.

2015 Third-Party Logistics Study
The study identifies trends and explores how both 3PLs and shippers are using these relationships to improve and enhance their businesses and supply chains, was influenced by industry executives and experts from around the world.

Penn State Smeal and CorpU Launch Supply Chain Leadership Academy
The Supply Chain Leadership Academy program helps supply chain leaders of tomorrow apply critical leadership concepts and best practices in holistic supply chain management.

2014/15 Top 50 Global & Domestic U.S. Third-Party Logistics Providers
In the wake of the recent acquisition of Norbert Dentressangle by XPO Logistics, the logistics community is bracing for even more major consolidation deals, and the third-party logistics provider (3PL) community is loving it, especially as their margins continue to widen - particularly throughout North America.

2015 Third-Party Logistics Study Takes Deep Dive into Omni-Channel Supply Chain
Nearly one-third of the respondents participating in the study said they are not prepared to handle omni-channel retailing and only 2% of respondents rated themselves as high performing in the omni-channel space.

A Look Back… Penn State Smeal Supply Chain Program
“When you are through changing, you are through.” Bruce Barton (1886-1967), advertising executive, U.S. Congressman, Presidential advisor.

Collaboration with Industry Shapes 25 Years of Center for Supply Chain Research
Corporate Sponsors help focus Center for Supply Chain Research efforts in ways that best help accomplish its mission as a bridge between academia and industry.

Forecasting a Supply Chain Talent “Perfect Storm”
The goal of this article is not to take a strong stance on if or when the supply chain talent storm will occur; like the weather, that is hard to predict. Rather, consider this paper a “storm warning.”

2014 Third-Party Logistics Study: The State of Logistics Outsourcing
For 18 years this study has documented the significant transformation of the 3PL industry. In that time 3PLs have evolved from tactical service providers to become, in the most evolved relationships, collaborative partners delivering in many instances a comprehensive suite of integrated logistics services.

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