ASU Sync classes for Fall 2020

Classes for on-campus students will be taught across three environments for the fall semester: in person, via Zoom, and 100% online.
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Membership Information and Consortium Services


Member companies of the Supply Chain Executive Consortium (SCEC) recognize that achieving value chain excellence requires constant innovation and refinement, and they partner with Arizona State University's top ranked supply chain management program in this pursuit.

The Consortium provides unique opportunities for top executives and their extended leaders. The Executive Board meets twice a year to determine Consortium activities, interact with top undergraduate and MBA supply chain students, collaborate with faculty about curriculum, deepen relationships with SCM faculty, and admit new Consortium members.

For more information on membership please contact:

John Konopka
Managing Director SCEC
480-727-3905
john.konopka@asu.edu

John Fowler
Motorola Professor of International Business
480-965-4330
john.fowler@asu.edu



Service/Product Benefits Board General
Open Forums
  • Generates new ideas and approaches for your company
  • Provides opportunities to share best practices
Customized Corporate Faculty Chat
  • Maximizes time efficiency-topics are selected by members for relevancy
  • Provides research and executive insights to make better decisions
Shaping Curriculum and Professionals
  • Customizes your future talent to improve workforce effectiveness
  • Impacts ASU SCM curriculum-an elite Supply Chain program in the U.S
  • Forms new professional networks with supply chain leaders and faculty
Greatest Influence
  • Determines activities of and services provided by the Network
  • Deepest impact on curriculum and research
Classroom Speaking:
Network Scholars (top undergraduates chosen by faculty with focus on emotional intelligence)
  • Promotes relationships and company awareness with top undergraduate supply chain students selected by faculty
  • Contributes to ASU focus on experiential education to best prepare students for the “real world”
Classroom Speaking: Undergraduate and MBA Classes
  • Provides potential opportunities to teach supply chain. Provides a competitive advantage to market your company and attract students
Advanced Invitation and Discounts to Undergraduate Supply Chain Only Career Fairs and Workshops
  • Increases effectiveness of your time and resources by targeting only Supply Chain students. Heavily attended by students and companies
  • Provides opportunity to participate in small workshops with students the day before the fair

Guaranteed
No Fee

Priority
Status
Student Surveys
  • Provides unique insights about student decision making criteria/assessment of internship and full-time pursuits. Includes UG Scholars and MBAs
  • Effective tool for continuous improvement of new talent management
MBA Applied Projects
Under Faculty Direction
  • Offers opportunity to have a student team, under faculty supervision, to work on a real-time project by analyzing processes, strategy, and suggesting change.

No Fee
Undergraduate Case Studies, Projects, and Competitions
  • Presents options for highly prized interactions with students
  • Enables new talent selection based upon greater knowledge of students
  • Advances student supply chain education

Priority

Priority
Faculty Research Consulting
  • Captures ASU thought leadership to advance your value chain excellence
Advanced Education
  • Elevates your workforce readiness --online certificate and degreed programs
Customized Advanced Education
  • Customizes educational programs for your employees
Marketing Advantage
  • Promotes your reputation for supply chain and your desirability as a preferred employer to global readers by featuring you on our website and in our newsletter

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