Tennessee on Supply Chain Management

Tennessee on Supply Chain Management

Join Ted Stank and Tom Goldsby in their pursuit to prove that the constantly evolving field of supply chain management is more fun than you think. Take a leap onto the ships of supply chain, crowd surf into the long lines of meeting holiday demand, and wade into the depths of warehouse inventory buildup with these supply chain experts, University of Tennessee, Knoxville professors, and long-time friends. Timely topics, intriguing guests, and lively banter will make Tennessee on Supply Chain Management your new favorite podcast.

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May 12, 2022 27 min

Ted and Tom are joined this episode by UT Knoxville Ryder Professor in Supply Chain Yemisi Bolumole. They'll tackle tough transportation topics, all highly relevant to many of today's supply chain challenges.

Topic #1: Trucking Demand
Topic #2: Chinese COVID Shutdowns
Topic #3: Russia-Ukraine Supply Chain Fallout

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Recorded live at GSCI's spring Supply Chain Forum, Ted and Tom sit down with Forum Mega Session speakers Lance Saunders (UT Knoxville Professor), Todd Caywood (Eastman Chemical Company), Caroline Jones (BP) and Chris Qualls (DENSO) to discuss how prepared they felt when entering the supply chain industry, share advice on the transition and how to avoid pitfalls as a new employee. You won't want to miss our first ever in-per...

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In this episode, Ted and Tom discuss the possibility of a new world order, domestic trucking trends, and Chinese manufacturing in response to covid variants. Special guest Dr. Andrea Sordi, UT Knoxville Professor and Director of the Executive MBA for Global Supply Chain, shares his perspective on risk management, diversity & inclusion efforts in supply chains and much more!

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March 31, 2022 27 min

In our fifth full episode, Ted and Tom discuss good news in the world of supply chain,  provide a travel update, and an outlook on inflation and rising gas prices. Special guest GSCI Fellow Alan Amling provides insight into the latest developments in e-commerce and last mile delivery as well as a sneak peak of his new book.

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In our first bonus episode, Marianne Wanamaker Professor of Economics and Executive Director of the Howard H. Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy at UT Knoxville and former member of the President’s Economic Council, joins Ted and Tom again to discuss the economic impacts of the war in Ukraine and its affect on supply chain.

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February 10, 2022 30 min

In our fourth episode, Ted and Tom discuss the current media spin on supply chain, supply chain planning and demand, and an update on the current bright spots in the future of supply chain. Special guest Robert Martichenko, author, speaker and strategic advisor, will have a lively discussion with Ted and Tom about criticism surrounding Lean, how supply chains can adjust to current realities, and why we need to make supply chain job...

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In our next episode, Ted and Tom recap the holidays and their affect on supply chain. They'll discuss demand shaping, car manufacturing backlogs, and more. Special guests President and CEO Jim Newsome and COO Barbara Melvin, both of South Carolina Ports Authority, weigh in on the the current ports situation and what the future might hold for east coast ports.

Topic #1: Demand Shaping and Holiday Recap
Topic #2: Car Backlog and In...

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In our second episode, Ted and Tom discuss transportation and labor shortages and the impact of the the Omicron variant on supply chains. Special guest, Marianne Wanamaker, Professor of Economics and Executive Director of the Howard H. Baker Jr Center for Public Policy at UT and former member of the President’s Economic Council, weighs in on economic impact of covid.

Topic #1: Update on Supply Chain Bottlenecks
Topic #2: Transportati...

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In our first episode, Ted and Tom discuss supply chain disruptions and what the upcoming holiday season might look like. Special guest, Wendy Tate, William J. Taylor Professor in Supply Chain Management and Ray and Joan Myatt Faculty Research Fellow, weighs in on the financial impact of business decisions across the supply chain.

Topic #1: West Coast Port Snarl
Will moving to 24/7 operations make a difference?  Will the National Gua...

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Welcome to Tennessee on Supply Chain Management with co-hosts, Ted Stank and Tom Goldsby, a podcast brought to you by the University of Tennessee, Knoxville's Global Supply Chain Institute.

Listen in as Ted and Tom prepare to leap onto the ships of supply chain, crowd surf into the long lines of meeting holiday demand, and wade into the depths of warehouse inventory buildup.

Subscribe to join us in our pursuit to prove that sup...

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