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A smooth-running global health supply chain is always essential, yet a once-in-a-century pandemic has challenged it like no other time.

Understanding those challenges and exploring ways to boost resilience were among the key topics of this year’s Global Health Supply Chain Summit, a three-day event that kicked off Nov. 17. Experts assembled — virtually, of course — across the globe to learn and share experiences about managing supply chains for and during COVID-19.

Professors Jeff DeGraff and Izak Duenyas show the critical need for supply chain innovation in a new executive program.

Professor Amitabh Sinha’s survey shows customers paying more for shipping, but same-day demand dwindles.

New Michigan Ross research shows why e-commerce in groceries lags in the U.S., and if it might be ready to take off.

Professor Ravi Anupindi explains how to create symbiotic supply relationships that grow the pie for everyone.

Michigan Ross Professor Ravi Anupindi explains what went wrong with the retail giant’s move into Canada, where it’s closing 133 stores.

Michigan Ross professors see four major themes emerging for this year's holiday retail frenzy.

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