Comprised of two components, this session features a panel discussion with distinguished industry practitioners and action research. The 90-minute session focuses on illustrating the value of strategically purchasing logistics services versus tactical.
Marc Angus Scott is currently an Assistant Professor of Supply Chain Management at the Sam M.Walton College of Business at the University of Arkansas. He teaches courses in supply chain management and logistics. His research focuses on the role managerial decision-making plays in capital asset and service procurement, and logistics service design and operations performance. Topics of research interest include supply chain service outsourcing, procurement, procurement technology, logistics operations and supply chain contracts. He enjoys engaging at the intersection of scholarship and practice. He earned his PhD in Transportation and Logistics with a focus in Logistics and Supply Chain Systems from North Dakota State University.