Students in Mark Layton’s supply chain class competed for Best in Class in the Fall 2020 Supply Chain Innovation project.
January 19, 2021
By Elaine Cole
Fall 2020 threw us some curve balls, but our stellar TCU Neeley students still delivered their very best. The Supply Chain Innovation Project saw many informative presentations researched and presented by student groups.
“The Innovation Project challenges students to evaluate current trends in technology, society, workforce changes and more, and explore how these trends will impact supply chain managers in the years to come,” said Mark Layton, who led the class.
Three team presentations were honored with Best in Class:
Vaccinating 7.9B People? A Super Bowl of a Supply Chain Challenge – Researched and presented by Josh Nickolay, Jenna Grodzicki, Libby Porrey, Tina Bajramovic and Kasner Sturm.
The Death of Brick & Mortar Retail is Upon Us … or Is It? – Researched and presented by Spencer Christianson, Jackie Durnford, Victoria Sealfon and Will Yeager.
Como Estado Mexico? Emerging North American trade opportunities for Mexico. – Researched and presented by George Stephens, Taylor Bohn, Sean McPherson and Kyle Deer.