Authors: Chen, W., Kucukyazici, B., Verter, V., Jesús Sáenz, M.
Publication: European Journal of Operational Research
The Global Manufacturing & Supply Chain Management Forum 2014: Challenges and Best Practices of Supply Chain Management in the Internet Era
Desautels Faculty of Management, McGill University, Canada & The School of Management, Zhejiang University, China request the pleasure of your company at The Global Manufacturing & Supply Chain Management Forum 2014: Challenges and Best Practices of Supply Chain Management in the Internet Era.
For questions or to RSVP, please contact Matthew Ma at matthew [dot] ma [at] leapingpoint [dot] com.
The MMM class of 2014 consists of 5 full-time students from 3 countries. The average age is 28 years and the class brings an average of 4 years of work experience.
If your company is outside the Montreal area, MMM students become available in September 2013, either for permanent employment or an internship. If you are located in the Montreal area, MMM students can start working around the month of July 2013.
Meet the MMM Alumni 2011
The MMM cohort of 2011 consists of 14 students from 7 countries. The average age is 29 years; the average CGPA is 3.45/4 and the class brings an average of 5 years of work experience.
Hiring an MMM
MMM students arrive in August and are available for employment in September the following year.
Companies can contact our students in three different ways:
- Give a company presentation at McGill
- Conduct direct interviews on or off campus
- Send job-postings to be emailed to MMM students and Alumni
For more information, please choose one of the following options:
Managing Supply Chains in Emerging Markets
Emerging markets such as China and India have traditionally been regarded as hubs for low-cost manufacturing and sourcing for products sold in developed countries. However, stagnating growth in the developed economies is now forcing Canadian firms to focus on these emerging economies as target markets to sell their products.