CTL Spotlight

October 26
Today, the MIT Center for Transportation & Logistics announced the launch of its latest online, open-enrollment course, Sustainable Supply Chain Management (SCM.290x). The course, open to all, offers supply chain practitioners tools to transform ambitious corporate climate pledges into actionable strategies while keeping their organizations’ competitive edge in the market. “Demand for sustainable supply chains from stakeholders and consumers alike has been increasing,” said course lead Josué Velázquez Martínez. “If you have a personal interest in mobilizing your company to make a positive impact, this course is for you.”

Podcast

Research scientist David Correll speaks with Tilburg University postdoctoral researcher Angela Acocella, MIT CTL Ph.D. '22 on the hidden costs and possible reasons for ghost lanes.
Parker, Young, and Luebbert discuss how leading teams in high-stress environments like military combat requires empathy and humility.
In today’s episode, research scientist David Correll speaks with the 2021–22 MIT CTL military fellows: US Army Col. Joe Parker, Lt. Col. Brian Young...
Join MIT Global SCALE Connect for an in-depth conversation with Paul Granadillo, SVP Global Supply Chain at Moderna. MIT Professor Yossi Sheffi speaks...
Bottleneck analysis aiming to increase asset productivity has commonly been applied inside the four walls of production and distribution facilities...