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brochure - College of Business
Florida State University
Global Supply Chain Advisory Council
FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY
COLLEGE OF BUSINESS
Department of Marketing
Supply Chain Experts at Florida State University
Dr. Michael Brusco
Synovus Professor of Business
Administration
Expertise: Operations Management
and Marketing Research
Research Interests: Market
segmentation, social network
analysis, scheduling, layout,
clustering and classification
Dr. Larry Giunipero
Professor of Marketing and Global
Supply Chain Management and
Director, Global Supply Chain
Management Advisory Board
Expertise: Purchasing and Supply Chain
Management
Dr. Guangzhi Shang
Assistant Professor
Expertise: Operations Management
and Data Analytics
Research Interests: Consumer
returns, retail operations, applied
empirical methods
Dr. Ruby (Pui Wan) Lee
Associate Professor
Expertise: Multinational Business
Research Interests: New product
development and introduction,
marketing metrics, marketing strategy
and
international business
Research Interests: Strategic sourcing,
supply chain risk, global sourcing,
technology applications and talent
management
Dr. Daekwan Kim
Associate Professor
Expertise: Multinational
Business
Research Interests: Information
technology and its impact on a firm’s
marketing strategies, information
technology for global supply chain
management, international channel
relationships and international brand
management
Dr. Jeffery Smith
Associate Professor of
Operations Management and
Director, Master of Science in
Marketing Program
Expertise: Service Operations
Research Interests: Service design,
service recovery, quality management
and sustainability management
Global Supply Chain Advisory Council
Supply Chain Advisory Council Goals
Supply Chain Advisory Role
The goal of the advisory council is to engage executives While the role of the advisory board will evolve, supply chain
and leaders who are managing and facing the challenges of advisor involvement includes:
global supply chain management and are willing to share their
experiences to reinforce the relevancy of the curriculum, research 1) Knowledge Sharing
and industry knowledge created at Florida State University.
The board’s industry expertise provides ongoing insight for
The Global Supply Chain Management (GSCM) program is tomorrow’s supply chain business
positioned to meet the supply chain challenges faced by today professional. Their knowledge helps shape:
and tomorrow’s organizations. Graduates of the GSCM program
• Educational Objectives
possess the skills necessary to make immediate contributions
to the organizations they join. They are competitive in many
• Curriculum Topics
positions in the supply chain industry including sourcing, inventory,
• Important Issues and Trends
transportation, logistics and customer service.
Joint Benefits:
2)Mentoring
• A broader basis of support from supply chain industry leaders to further facilitate Florida State business relevance
• Ability to tap into industry expertise for teaching, research
and outreach.
Through the GSCM mentoring program, which has
guidelines and student deliverables, advisors interact
with Florida State students guiding them through job
searches and career planning, as well as
in developing in industry proficiency.
• Access to potential funding sources to support research
3) Placement & Internships
• Participation in Florida State conferences and forums
• Opportunity to provide internships and job placement
opportunities for GSCM students.
The ultimate goal is to place talented students in great
positions within advisors’ organizations. The first step
for students and companies is often through internships.
Advisory Council members participate with faculty to advance supply chain knowledge in a collaborative forum.
BENEFITS:
1) Faculty assistance in identifying and targeting students who are a likely fit for your organization
2) Opportunities to partner with Florida State faculty on research projects
3) Opportunities to interact with students via case studies and to shape future global supply chain professionals
4) Opportunities to impact supply chain education with expertise developed in your organization*
5) Direct interaction with students as they approach the job market
ROLE:
1) Involvement in knowledge sharing and development of important curriculum topics
2) Opportunity to mentor one or more outstanding students
3) Internship opportunities
BENEFITS:
1) Opportunities to impact supply chain education with expertise developed in your organization*
2) Direct interaction with students as they approach the job market
3) Opportunities to partner with Florida State faculty on research projects
ROLE:
1) Involvement in knowledge sharing and development of important curriculum topics
2) Opportunity to mentor an outstanding student
*Additional opportunities include guest lecturing and in-class involvement.
We would like all members to be involved in one annual summit for sharing current GSCM business practices, curriculum review and student interaction.
Global Supply Chain Management at Florida State University
“ Focus on the Customer”
The Department of Marketing
offers a unique blend of
disciplines and knowledge
pursuits. Our faculty
members excel at teaching
and research in supply-chain
management, operations
management, multinational
business operations and sales
management.
Dr. Larry Giunipero
[email protected]
(850)644-8224
COLLEGE OF BUSINESS
Department of Marketing
Department of Marketing
Global Supply Chain Management Center
821 Academic Way
P.O. Box 3061110
Tallahassee, FL 32306-1110
business.fsu.edu/marketing