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ZLOG 2010 Alumni Profile – HanCheol Lee
Q: Why did you decide to attend ZLOG?
I wanted to specialize my career in a certain field. After a long investigation, I found out that Supply Chain Management is a very promising field and that the MIT global scale network offers the best within Supply Chain Management education.
Q: What are the most valuable assets you gained through your ZLOG experience?
The ZLOG program enhanced my analytical skills which enabled me to solve a variety of complicated SCM issues. Also, the global diversity experience and the leadership skills that I gained through my ZLOG program allowed me, a foreigner in Italy, to be promoted to a position of leading local team members.
You can view HanCheol Lee’s full profile here.
|Watch Our Webinar «The Hiring Company Perspective» to Learn What Companies are Looking for in Their Talent Searches|
A recent webinar in our MIT Global SCALE Supply Chain Graduate Programs 2012 series was conducted in the spring. This informative session entitled, «Why the MIT Global SCALE Network for Talent? : The Hiring Company Perspective» featured Norbert Nusterer, Vice President New and ReCon Parts, Cummins, Ryan Quinlan, Sr. Operations Manager, Amazon and Daniel Stanton, Supply Chain Professional Development Manager, Caterpillar Logistics, Inc.
Since its inception, the MIT Global SCALE Network’s masters programs have graduated more than 500 supply chain professionals, who are working around the globe for leading manufacturers, retailers, consultancies, and more. Find out what leading global Fortune 500 companies are looking for in supply chain management talent and why they are hiring our graduates.
MIT Global SCALE Students Take on Challenging Thesis Projects
On Thursday January 17, 2013, the annual MIT Global SCALE Network Poster Session will take place on the MIT campus in Cambridge. This event is a unique networking opportunity as it showcases thesis projects currently being conducted by professional master’s students in collaboration with company partners. There will be over 100 students from the MIT SCALE Network spanning all four academic programs: MIT Supply Chain Management Program (SCM), MIT Zaragoza Master in Supply Chain (ZLOG), MIT Malaysia Master of Science in Supply Chain (MSCM) and the Graduate Certificate in Supply Chain and Logistics (GCLOG).
As always we have a fascinating lineup of thesis projects being worked on by our students. What’s different from other programs is that these are real projects with real people at real companies. We have several students working with a large agriculture-chemical company to use big data to forecast demand for specialized fertilizers. Two students are traveling to Africa to determine how to control the price of critical medicines so it is affordable down to the local villagers. A large grocery retailer has two students re-designing their inbound supply network from Latin America. A top 5 pharmaceutical company has asked our students to evaluate different supply chain strategies for branded vs. generic products.
Several students are helping a famous luxury goods retailer explore the use of free trade zones and bonded warehouses in their inbound supply chain. Students have also engaged in a project to determine the optimal supply base for a multinational oil and gas corporation. In addition there are several humanitarian focused projects, such as the endeavor by two students to design a way to measure the capacity of response organizations to meet the needs of disaster victims. In all for the MIT Global Scale network 40+ projects have been initiated across our centers in the US, Latin America, Spain, and Malaysia.