The Impact of Digital Tools in the Supply Chain is Discussed in this Story about Book Co-authored with Prof. Rob Handfield
“Digital tools allow us to operate the supply chain in real-time,” says Tom Linton, chief procurement and supply chain officer at California’s Flex , in this article about “The LIVING Supply Chain: The Evolving Imperative of Operating in Real Time,” […]
Global Luxury Alumna Katie St. George Provides Shopping Tips for High-end Panthers Attire
Katie St. George, who works at Capitol & Poole Shop in Charlotte, shares a list of boutique finds for shoppers aiming to “step up their Pathers attire,” in this article published by Charlotte Agenda. Included in her list of options: […]
NC State Poole College of Management Advances in National Rankings
U.S. News & World Report ranks Poole College of Management 14th among public university undergraduate business programs
Entrepalooza Provides a “Look Inside Entrepreneurship at NC State”
New startups Rhythcor, VieMetrics, among startups and campus programs cited in this Technician story.
Harvey’s Impact on the Global Supply Chain: The Role of Analytics
This item was written by Robert Handfield, Bank of American University Distinguished Professor of Supply Chain Management and executive director of the Supply Chain Resource Collaborative. based on the NC State Poole College of Management. It was originally posted to […]
Fewer Triangle Entrepreneurs Plan to Boost Hiring, Capital Spending
Entrepreneurs are slightly less enthusiastic about the state of business heading into the third quarter of 2017, according to the latest Quarterly Outlook of Triangle Entrepreneurs. Read more in this WRAL Techwire story.
Poole College Alumnus Opens Two Roosters Ice Cream Shop
Ice cream, anyone? Folks in Poole College’s Department of Accounting can find a familiar face – Jared Plummer – at the newly opened Two Roosters Ice Cream shop at North Raleigh’s Graystone Village shopping center. He and his wife Kelsey […]
Transformative Changes in World Energy Production and Trade
“Major changes in oil production have transformed the U.S. from a major importer to a major producer and sometime exporter of oil,” writes Thomas Grennes, Poole College professor of economics in Roubini’s EconoMonitor. “The market power of OPEC and its […]
Prof. Richard Warr Comments about Drop in Connecticut Pension Fund Returns
Richard Warr, professor of finance and head of the Department of Business Management at the NC State University Poole College of Management, comments on a drop in returns on Connecticut’s state teachers pension fund. The state’s $17 billion fund returned […]
Finance Professor Richard Warr Comments on State Pension Funding Investment Changes
Shifting money out of stocks lowers the fund’s risk because stocks are more volatile than cash and bonds.