CTL Spotlight

January 17
To harness the power of the supply chain as a strategic resource, executive leadership needs to cultivate teams that exhibit a unique combination of both analytical and interpersonal capabilities. Our faculty and instructors include some of the world’s most prominent thought leaders across disciplines. The MIT Center for Transportation & Logistics Executive Education intensive courses provide the resources you need to stay ahead of the latest developments in SCM. As a leading research and education center at the world-renowned Massachusetts Institute of Technology, MIT CTL is uniquely positioned to deliver the knowledge you need to inform your strategy and practice.

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...