From technology problems to the storage, there are challenges with trying to administer the COVID-19 vaccine. An ASU health care supply chain expert says it all comes down to logistics.
Amazon warehouse workers across the nation express their concerns about the working environment, in fear of contracting the coronavirus.
The outbreak of COVID-19 drove people to panic buy items weeks ago. Many foods and paper products are still difficult to find in grocery stores, despite how often stores are stocking their shelves.
How can you make a positive impact on one of the most important fields in the global economy? The ASU Women in Supply Chain Symposium on Wednesday, Aug.
Trio of roommates are among the 39 ASU students tackling triple majors — for them, competition and value are their why
Contaminated or damaged goods get taken off the shelves and reported to the public almost every day. Here's a short breakdown of the costs and complexities, and quality and safety measures of this system.
Faculty from ASU’s School of Sustainability and the Department of Supply Chain Management will provide instruction and real-life insights on organizational opportunities that accompany global challenges.
W. P. Carey Professor of Supply Chain Management Dale Rogers says retail event plays important role in U.S. economy, though it's not actually the biggest shopping day in the world anymore.
New research shows how retailers can better manage short promotions, and compete with the likes of Amazon, even when they are smaller and may not have access to cutting-edge predictive analytics.
New research shows that investing in mechanisms to align physician incentives with medical facility incentives saves money.