Supply Chain Partnerships

The Ohio Supply Chain Academic Network (O-SCAN), is a collaboration between the supply chain industry and higher education. O∙SCAN promotes the value of supply chain education and advances the field by integrating emerging technologies in the logistics industry into academic curricula.

Collaboration is a “cornerstone” of the Logistics and Supply Chain Management (SCM) industry. The partnerships formed between individuals, SCM companies, and related organizations are equally as important as pleasing the customer. Knowing that, O-SCAN has put an emphasis on partnerships, and even included a reference to it in the group’s name. Our “Network” is very important.

O-SCAN was formed so Academic Institutions could share ideas with each other, get feedback from the Industry, and provide a direct link to SCM Associated Organizations.

O-SCAN PARTNERSHIPS ARE GEARED TOWARDS:

  • Encouraging private sector partnerships
  • Showing existing partnerships
  • Encouraging K-12 Partnerships
  • Promoting Career Awareness
  • Highlighting Tech & eCommerce and the overall lack of awareness of the SCM industry.

Workforce

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Curriculum

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Partnerships

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STEVE DENUNZIO
Senior Lecturer, Dept. of Marketing & Logistics

The Ohio State University - Fisher College of Business
denunzio.4@osu.edu

JEREMY BANTA
Assistant Professor of Supply Chain Management
Columbus State Community College
jbanta1@cscc.edu