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Gartner recognizes top university programs

Gartner Supply Chain University Top 25 assesses North America’s top undergraduate and advanced supply chain degree programs.

The Gartner Supply Chain University Top 25 for 2020

In 2020, we’ve added formal global content as well as diversity and inclusion measures to the component score, augmenting existing curricula that includes industry reputation and applied experience scores. See how your organization’s current university partners did in this year’s rankings, and explore up-and-coming programs to consider for your supply chain organization’s hiring pipeline or your own development.

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    How we address your top challenges

    Executive teams are experiencing a diminishing ability to forecast the future of their competitive environments, markets and value chains, on an almost quarterly basis. This new normal creates a constantly escalating expectation that graduates of top supply chain programs will be ready upon graduation. Working with university partners makes recruiting and hiring quality talent more likely.

    Supply chain insights you can use

    The Gartner Supply Chain Undergraduate University Top 25, 2020

    Supply chain leaders can use these rankings to identify the university programs from which to recruit and hire the right talent and partner with on curriculum to meet future capability needs.

    The Gartner Supply Chain Graduate University Top 25, 2020

    Supply chain leaders can use these rankings to assess current university partners, and explore up-and-coming programs to consider for their hiring pipeline or their own development.