Thursday Oct 24, 2013 – Creating a Competitive Edge: How OSU and IBM are creating tomorrow’s Supply Chain Leaders

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IBM

3:30 –  4:00 PM – Registration and networking (appetizers and drinks)

4 – 5:00 PM – Presentation – Creating a Competitive Edge: How OSU and IBM are creating tomorrow’s Supply Chain Leaders

5 – 5:30PM – Networking (appetizers and drinks)

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Location: OSU – Mason Hall Rotunda (2nd flr) – 250 W Woodruff Ave, Columbus, OH 43210 – http://fisher.osu.edu/about/maps-and-directions/

Parking: Lane Avenue Parking Garage, 2105 Neil Ave., Columbus, OH (corner of Neil Ave & Tuttle Park Place) Parking voucher included in registration fee.

This session will present the collaboration between the OSU’s Fisher College of Business and IBM to create a partnership with higher education and private enterprise to educate future supply chain leaders on the type of technology found in today’s supply chain business world. OSU and IBM have developed standard course curriculum and objectives which emphasize leading edge software technology provided by IBM – TMS and ILOG optimization software. As supply chain complexity only continues to grow, tomorrow’s leaders need to be equipped to understand “cutting edge” technology solutions. Attend to see and how OSU is preparing the students to use this technology and current IBM technology solutions available to you today.

Due to catering and parking arrangements, advanced registration is required.

Registration:

  • CSCMP Members – $30.00
  • Non-members – $40.00
  • Students – $20.00

(OSU Parking is included in registration fee for the Lane Avenue Garage)

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Speakers: OSU – Business Logistics Engineering Faculty –  http://fisher.osu.edu/mble

  • Dr. Walter Zinn – Chair, Department of Marketing and Logistics; Professor of Logistics, OSU Fisher College of Business
  • John Saldanha – Asst, Professor of Logistics, OSU Fisher College of Business

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