Supply Chain in High School

In a March 2011 blog post titled "A Farm System for Supply Chain and Logistics: Preparing the Next Generation of Leaders," Adrian Gonzalez made the case that supply chain management should be taught at the high school level (ages 14-18). "Many of today’s supply chain professionals, if not most, did not even know this field existed until many years after graduating from college," he wrote. "The earlier you can raise interest and awareness about supply chain and logistics, the more students and young professionals you’ll motivate to pursue this career path." Do you agree? What are the . . .

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