Building Supply Chain Expertise

GSCI bridges the gap between academia and industry, providing relevant thought leadership and rich opportunities for supply chain professionals to develop their talent and expertise. Regardless of whether your company is a partner, we will help propel your career forward through a wide array of free and downloadable resources, our robust network of leaders, researchers, and practitioners, and various virtual and in-person engagement opportunities.

Reap the benefits of education, research, networking, and recruiting with GSCI.

What Our Partners Say

“If you’re tapping into the UT network and Global Supply Chain Institute partners, you’re linked to everybody that’s relevant within our industry.”

Barbara Melvin (EMBA, ‘18)
President & CEO, South Carolina Ports Authority

“As a graduate student, you learn from professors who have led some of the largest, global organizations in the field. By enrolling in this program, you commit to being a leader in the supply chain industry.”

William Butterworth (MS SCM Online, ‘22)
Logistics Supervisor, Pilot Company

“I credit a lot of my success in my career to UT because it really opened so many doors for me.”

Jason Scheffer
Chief Supply Chain Officer, Party City

“UT’s Supply Chain Leadership Academy is the most holistic and balanced supply chain program I have been exposed to. The course encapsulates the university’s cutting-edge approach to partnering with global supply chains while addressing timeless supply chain fundamentals with a refreshing perspective.”

Ben Belk (SCM LA ‘22)
Director of Logistics, Bush Brothers and Company

Recruit From Our Supply Chain Programs

UT’s top-ranked undergraduate program prepares students to immediately make an impact for your business

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Featured White Papers

Understanding and Valuing the Impact of Agility in Your Supply Chain

Pivot from a reaction-based approach to disruptions by investing in agility that leads to long-term profitability


A Framework for Sustainable Procurement and Supply Chain Management

How procurement specialists can advance sustainability programs while driving and delivering on financial goals


Advanced Supply Chain Planning

Learn about robust supply chain planning foundations as well as the capabilities needed to succeed through 2030.


Last Mile, Reverse Logistics, and the New World Order in E-Commerce Delivery

Since COVID-19, supply chain innovation and novel solutions to logistics challenges have resulted in faster-than-ever delivery times as well as new pick-up and curbside models.


Forum Highlight

For more than 25 years, the Supply Chain Forum has been a place to gain insights about innovation happening in the field, network with peers, and recruit top talent.


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Featured Articles

Blockchain 101 for Supply Chain Management

The first of a three-part series on blockchain and how its current and potential impact on supply chains

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Meeting the Challenge of Supply Chain Agility

Supply chain agility creates a culture of calculated risk-taking and innovation that can transform how companies recognize and capture opportunities as they arise in the market.

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11 Core Competencies Critical for Today’s Supply Chain Planners

The second of a three-part series on talent development and leadership focuses on the knowledge, skills, and attitudes planners and their organizations must possess to stay ahead in an ever-evolving business landscape.

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SCM Leadership Academy

A flexible, 14-week course designed to build your leadership skills and drive value for your organization

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MS SCM Online

Ranked among the best in the U.S., this program blends theory and practice, while connecting you to an international network of practitioners

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Earn an executive MBA in just one year with guaranteed, immediate ROI for your business and career

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Find the resources you need to shape the future of supply chain management at the Global Supply Chain Institute. Connect with our team to learn how we can support your individual and organizational needs through our network, research, talent development or academic programs.

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