March 08, 2022
In the Media

Diane Rand writes in DC Velocity: "I recently came across a 2010 white paper written by Ken Cottrill at MIT’s Center for Transportation & Logistics that noted that “[the] supply chain faces a severe shortage of talent at a time when the demands on the profession have never been greater.” Twelve years later, this statement still resonates. While many community colleges and universities now offer supply chain programs, and companies have developed in-house training programs for their employees, I wonder if more can be done as we enter the post-pandemic era. Could this be the turning point to effect real change and attract workers to the profession in the long term?"

Read the full article at DC Velocity