TCU Supply Chain students Innovation Project Winners – Spring 2022

By Supply Chain Management Instructor Mark Layton – TCU Neeley School of Business; May 2022

Please join me in congratulating these outstanding TCU Supply Chain Management students for being selected as the Spring 2022 “Best in Class” winners of the Supply Chain Innovation project.

This semester, our classes saw many fantastic and informative Innovation Project presentations researched and presented by their peer student groups. From understanding the opening of shipping lanes in the artic and port congestion in LA/Long Beach and Shanghai to challenges commercial office spaces are facing from changing workforce complexion, the Innovation Project challenges student groups to evaluate current trends and explore how these trends will impact Supply Chain Managers in the years to come. This semester, student peers and I selected these 4 outstanding presentations for your review. These include:

All Fished Out? – An overview on the supply chain impact on seafood sources worldwide as a result of warming ocean waters. Presented by Haley Braun, Cameron Watson, Jayden Houston, Matt Masotto & Julia Robinson

Who Ate My Chips?  – An review of the global semiconductor chip shortage, particularly in the automobile industry. Presented by Alexis Ocana, Sarah Bailey, Anthony Kesovija, Elijah Hellman & Nick Hekkert

Death of Brick & Mortar Retail, or Not? – An overview on the rapidly changing supply chain design surrounding brick and mortar retail. Presented by Morgan Murphy, Maria Arguello, Liv Brunn, Jesse Garcia, Bailey Reed & Arlan Castillo

The world’s most efficient supply chain has no technology?? Who are the Dabbawala’s? – A presentation on the incredible efficiency and accuracy of the Mumbai lunch box program that uses no technology. Presented by Sutton Price, Matt Richerson, Landen Shirley, Isabel Lopez & Bryce Wujcik

Each are about 10-15 minutes in length. Hope you enjoy! Go Horned Frogs

#TCUNeeley #Supplychainmanagement #Supplychaininnovation

All Fished Out?
Who Ate My Chips?
Death of Brick and Mortar Retail, or Not?
The World’s most Efficient Supply Chain has no Technology?

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