CSCMP Awards & Recognitions

CSCMP awards and recognitions are presented annually during CSCMP EDGE or the Academic Research Symposium (ARS) to honor a select group of individuals and organizations who have made outstanding contributions to the supply chain management industry.
The Bernard J. LaLonde Best Paper Award recognizes the most valuable paper published in the Journal of Business Logistics. Read more
To preserve the history of some of the greatest, life-changing innovations and inventions from around the world and to honor the leaders that have made the supply chain management industry what it is today, we created CSCMP's Supply Chain Hall of Fame. The Hall of Fame signifies the lifelong accomplishments of those members of our industry who have truly improved the world we live in. Read more
CSCMP's Distinguished Service Award honors one outstanding individual who exemplifies significant, consistent, and career-long contributions to the development of the logistics and supply chain management disciplines. Read more
The Doctoral Dissertation Award is for doctoral students who demonstrate significant originality and technical competence in any supply chain function. The award is open to all who will have completed their doctoral work in a field related to functions within the supply chain. Read more
From the papers accepted for presentation at the Academic Research Symposium, the best research is selected by the Editorial Review Panel and awarded the distinguished E. Grosvenor Plowman Award. Plowman recipients are invited to present their research at the Academic Research Symposium and are recognized for their contributions. Read more
Created for young professionals by young professionals, CSCMP's Emerging Leader Award recognizes rising leaders for their meaningful contributions to supply chain management. Read more
The Supply Chain Innovation Award recognizes teams who have demonstrated excellence, innovation, and return on investment for a significant supply chain challenge. Read more
CSCMP presents the Teaching Innovation Award to faculty members making a difference in the next generation of supply chain professionals. Read More

Bernard J. LaLonde Best Paper Award

The Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP) presents the Bernard J. LaLonde Best Paper Award to the most valuable paper published in the Journal of Business Logistics.


To be considered for this prestigious award, your paper must be published in the Journal of Business Logistics. The JBL provides a forum for the dissemination of original thoughts, research, and best practices within the logistics and supply chain arenas

The editorial objectives of the JBL are to advance knowledge and science and to stimulate greater thought and effort in the fields of logistics and supply chain management by providing readers with:

  • New and helpful information
  • Logistics and supply chain management theory or techniques
  • Research generalizations about logistics and supply chain management thought and practice
  • Creative views and syntheses of dispersed concepts in logistics and supply chain management
  • Articles in subject areas that have significant current impact on thought and practice in logistics and supply chain management that present challenges for the future

2019 Bernard J. LaLonde Best Paper Award Recipients 

Keely L. Croxton, Thomas J. Goldsby and Matthew A. Schwieterman 
Customer and Supplier Portfolios: Can Credit Risks be Managed Through Supply Chain Relationships?

Past Recipients

Craig R. Carter, Lutz Kaufmann and Claudia M. Wagner
Reconceptualizing Intuition in Supply Chain Management

Monique L. Ueltschy Murfield, Terry L. Esper, Wendy L. Tate and Kenneth J. Petersen
Supplier Role Conflict: An Investigation of its Relational Implications and Impact on Supplier Accommodation (Vol. 37, No. 2)

Yemisi A. Bolumole and David J. Closs
The Economic Development Role of Regional Logistics Hubs: A Cross Country Study of the Interorganizational Governance Models

David M. Gligor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
A Cross-Disciplinary Examination of Firm Orientations' Performance Outcomes: The Role of Supply Chain Flexibility


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CSCMP's Supply Chain Hall of Fame

To recognize and celebrate the significant achievements of practitioners and academics that have created, innovated, and mastered the discipline of supply chain management, we created CSCMP's Supply Chain Hall of Fame. 

The Hall of Fame honors individuals that have made a significant impact on the landscape of supply chain management. Nominees must have experienced significant success in the industry, illustrated extraordinary leadership skills, and served as a role model to supply chain students, young professionals, and budding entrepreneurs.

Nominating Categories 

To be eligible, each Hall of Fame nominee must have 20 years in supply chain and logistics field and fall under one of the following categories:
Industry Transformers 

  • Technology 
  • Businesses or Process 
  • Legislative & Regulatory 

Knowledge Creators and Communicators 

  • Researchers 
  • Authors 
  • Journalists 
  • Consultants 

Industry Leaders 

  • Practitioners 
  • Industry Leaders 

The nomination period for the 2021 Hall of Fame is from September 22 through October 31, 2020. The selected inductee will be announced live at EDGE 2021.


Taiichi Ohno Creator of the Toyota Production System (LEAN)

Taiichi Ohno
Creator of the Toyota Production System (LEAN) 

Matthew A. Waller, Ph.D. Distinguished Service Award Recipient

Matthew A. Waller, Ph.D.
Distinguished Service Award Recipient

Past Inductees

2019: James Casey, Founder and Former Chairman of UPS  
2019: Elizabeth Dole, Former United States Senator  
2019: Dr. Eliyahu Goldratt, Creator of the Theory of Constraints  
2019: George Raymond Sr., Inventor of the Wooden Pallet and Pallet Jack  
2019: Kathy Wengel, Distinguished Service Award Recipient  
2018: Michael Dell, Founder of Dell Technologies  
2018: Peter Drucker, Founder of Modern Management  
2018: Dr. John Gattorna, Distinguished Service Award Recipient 
2018: George Stephenson, Inventor of the Stephenson Railway Gauge 
2017: Jeff Bezos, Founder of 
2017: George J. Laurer, Inventor of the UPC barcode 
2017: Dr. Nancy Nix, Distinguished Service Award Recipient
2016: Henry Ford, Founder of Ford Motor Company 
2016: Johnnie Bryan (J.B.) Hunt, Founder of J.B. Hunt Transport Services 
2016: Malcom McLean, Pioneer of Containerization 
2016: All past CSCMP's Distinguished Services Award recipients from 1965 to 2016 

Distinguished Service Award

The Distinguished Service Award (DSA) is presented annually during the CSCMP EDGE conference. The DSA honors an outstanding individual who exemplifies significant, consistent, and career-long contributions to the development of the logistics and supply chain management disciplines. 

Any individual who has made significant contributions to the fields of logistics and supply chain management are eligible to receive the Distinguished Service Award. This includes practitioners with responsibilities in functional areas of logistics and supply chain management, consultants, and educators. For example, an individual could be nominated for contributions or innovations involving technology or in educating others about logistics and supply chain management, or for increasing awareness of the critical role that logistics and supply chain management plays in the global economy to the business community at large. 

Nominees will be evaluated based on these following five elements: 

  1. Sustained and distinguished record of contribution to the disciplines of logistics and supply chain management 
  2. Contributions above the normal expectations of the job 
  3. Recognition as a leader in logistics or supply chain management 
  4. Recognition as an innovator in logistics or supply chain management 
  5. Education of the logistics and supply chain management profession (both orally and written) 

CSCMP will accept nominations from January 1, 2020 through April 30, 2020. Please view the forms below to find out how to submit your nomination. 

Review the DSA criteria 

Download the DSA guidelines 

DSA Nomination Form 

2019 Distinguished Service Award Recipient




Kathy Wengel, Executive Vice President and Chief Global Supply Chain Officer for Johnson & Johnson

As Executive Vice President and Chief Global Supply Chain Officer for Johnson & Johnson, Kathy is a member of the company’s Executive Committee and has direct responsibility for one of the largest and most complex global supply chains in the world, delivering pharmaceutical, medical device and consumer health products and services to more than a billion patients and consumers every day. She leads a global team of more than 50,000 people in planning, manufacturing, distribution, customer service, and technical operations, partnering with thousands of suppliers, customers and healthcare providers. She also has corporate-wide responsibility for Quality & Compliance, Environmental Health Safety & Sustainability, and Engineering, Real Estate and Property Services.

Throughout her more than 30 years with the company she has led major innovations in the Johnson & Johnson operating model that have put increased focus on the needs of the customer, integrated and transformed company-wide functions and processes, and leveraged the size and reach of this broadly based healthcare company.

Kathy is driving innovation in the use of digital tools and advanced analytics that are strategically important to the continued evolution of Johnson & Johnson's businesses. She is also recognized as a visionary who brings new ways of thinking and operating to the organization, building strong, diverse global teams, and champions efforts to increase opportunities for women in STEM2D fields: Science, Technology, Engineering, Math, Manufacturing and Design.

She is implementing a supply chain strategy based on three North Stars: Transforming the Customer Experience, Shaping the Portfolio and Manufacturing for the future to utilize leading-edge technologies to improve cost, quality, and agility – all with a focus on improving healthcare outcomes and delivering value to customers. She and her team partner with companies in a wide range of industries beyond healthcare, and actively engage with leading organizations and universities to identify the best new concepts and practices, as well as to extend her own impact beyond Johnson & Johnson through educating and actively mentoring the next generation of supply chain professionals.

A proud member of CSCMP, Kathy also serves as Chairman of the Board for GS1 Global, the global standards and services organization enabling organizations of all types and sizes to identify, capture and share information seamlessly. She is also a Board member of the National Association of Manufacturers, and an Advisory Board member of AWESOME (Achieving Women's Excellence in Supply Chain Operations, Management and Education).

Past Recipients

2018: Dr. John Gattorna, Author, Academic and Principal of Gattorna Alignment
2017: Dr. Nancy Nix, Executive Director of Achieving Women's Excellence in Supply Chain Operations, Management, and Education (AWESOME)
2016: Dr. Chris Caplice, Executive Director of the MIT Center for Transportation and Logistics
2015: Robert Martichenko, Chief Executive Officer, LeanCor Supply Chain Group
2014: Mike Regan, Chief of Relationship Development, TranzAct Technologies, Inc.
2013: Abré Pienaar, CEO, iPlan
2012: Ann Drake, Chairman & CEO, DSC Logistics
2011: Dr. James R. Stock, Frank Harvey Endowed Professor of Marketing, University of South Florida
2010: Charles L. Taylor, Founder and Principal, Awake! Consulting
2009: Joel L. Sutherland, Managing Director of Lehigh University's Center for Value Chain Research
2008: Arthur Mesher, CEO, The Descartes Systems Group Inc.
2007: Thomas W. Speh, Distinguished Professor of Distribution, Miami University
2006: Herbert S. Shear, Chief Executive Officer, GENCO
2005: Martin G. Christopher, Professor of Marketing and Logistics, Cranfield University, UK
2004: John Thomas Mentzer, Distinguished Professor of Logistics, University of Tennessee
2003: H. Lee Scott, Jr., Chairman, Wal-Mart Corporation
2002: Donald J. Schneider, Chairman, Schneider Logistics, Inc.
2001: Ralph W. Drayer, Vice President Customer Service & Logistics, Procter & Gamble
1999: Richard F. Powers, President, Insight, Inc.
1998: William C. Copacino, Managing Partner, Andersen Consulting Strategic Services Practice
1997: Yossi Sheffi, Professor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
1996: Larry S. Mulkey, President, Ryder Integrated Logistics
1995: Joseph C. Andraski, Vice President Integrated Logistics, Nabisco Inc.
1994: Roger W. Carlson, Executive Vice President, Exel Logistics-North America
1993: C. John Langley, John H. Dove Distinguished Professor, University of Tennessee
1992: Howard S. Gochberg, Vice President (retired), Land O'Lakes, Inc.
1991: John J. Coyle, Exec. Director, Center for Logistics Research, Pennsylvania State University
1990: Roger W. Kallock, Chairman, Cleveland Consulting Associates
1989: Frederick W. Smith, CEO/Chairman, Federal Express Corporation
1988: George A. Gecowets, Executive Vice President, Council of Logistics Management
1987: Ronald E. Seger, Vice President, A.T. Kearney, Inc.
1986: Douglas M. Lambert, Professor of Marketing, University of South Florida
1985: Arthur W. Todd, Director of Purchasing, Lincoln Electric Company
1984: Bob Packwood, United States Senate
1983: Bernard J. Hale, Vice President, Distribution Services, Bergen Brunswig Corporation
1982: Jerome D. Krassenstein, Vice President, Chessie System
1981: Robert V. Delaney, Manager of Distribution, International Paper Company
1980: Clifford F. Lynch, Vice President of Distribution, Quaker Oats Company
1979: Wendell M. Stewart, Vice President, A.T. Kearney, Inc.
1978: Robert J. Franco, Vice Chairman, Spector Industries
1977: Kenneth B. Ackerman, Chairman, Distribution Centers, Inc.
1976: Bernard J. LaLonde, Professor of Marketing & Logistics, The Ohio State University
1975: Burr W. Hupp, Managing Director, Drake Sheahan/Stewart Dougall
1974: James L. Heskett, Professor of Business Logistics, Harvard University
1973: Robert E. Schellberg, Vice President, Distribution, Eastman Kodak Company
1972: Warren Blanding, Executive Vice President, Marketing Publications, Inc.
1971: Mark Egan, Tourism Advisor for Turkey
1970: Gayton E. Germane, Professor of Logistics, Stanford University
1969: Bruce J. Riggs, General Traffic Manager, Norton Company
1968: Edward W. Smykay, Professor, Michigan State University
1967: E. Grosvenor Plowman, Vice President, Traffic, US Steel
1966: Donald J. Bowersox, Vice President/General Manager, E.F. MacDonald Stamp Company
1965: Will Gribble, Director, Customer Service, Pillsbury Company


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Doctoral Dissertation Award

The Doctoral Dissertation Award (DDA) is for doctoral students who demonstrate significant originality and technical competence in any supply chain function. The DDA is open to all who will have completed their doctoral work in a field related to functions within the supply chain. The winner will be presented their award during CSCMP's Academic Research Symposium.


To be considered eligible, candidates MUST be a member of CSCMP and follow the criteria and formatting guidelines and submit a completed application form to the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP).

The online submission period is open March 1, 2020 – June 1, 2020.

The Selection Process

A selection committee comprised of both academics and practitioners using a blind review process will evaluate dissertation abstracts. The author's name must remain unknown and therefore the abstract should not make any reference to either the author or his/her academic institution.

2019 Doctoral Dissertation Award Recipient 

Dr. Maximilian Merath, University of Mannheim, Germany 

2019 Doctoral Dissertation Award Honorable Mentions

Dr. Henrik Franke, EBS University of Business and Law
Dr. Daniel Taylor, The Ohio State University

Past Recipients

2018: Dr. Tobias Kosmol, Otto Beisheim School of Management in Koblenz, Germany
2017: Jeffrey Risher, Southeastern Louisiana University
2016: Dr. Barbara Yilmaz, Ph.D., WHU—Otto Beisheim School of Management
2015: Jason Miller, Colorado State University
2014: William Schmidt, Harvard Business School
2013: Jason A. Acimovic, Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Operations Research Center
2012: Xiang(Sean) Wan, University of Maryland, Smith School of Business
2011: Haritha Metta, University of Kentucky
2010: Matthias Ehrgott, WHU—Otto Beisheim School of Management, Vallendar, German
2009: Timothy J. Pettit, The Ohio State University
2008: Dilay Çelebi, Istanbul Technical University
2007: Arunachalam Narayanan, Texas A&M University
2006: Supriya Mitra, Syracuse University
2005: Haiqing Song, Sun Yat-Sen University
2004: Paulo Marcio Gonçalves, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
2003: Jarid Karim, Warwick University
2002: Julie Swann, Georgia Institute of Technology
2001: Moritz Fleischmann, Eramus University, Rotterdam
2000: Cenk Caliskan, University of Southern California
1999: Remko I. Van Hoek, Erasmus University Rotterdam
1998: John L. Kent, Southwest Missouri State University
1997: Christopher G. Caplice, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
1996: Harry L. Sink, University of Tennessee
1995: Julie Gentry, Arizona State University
1994: Timothy C. Johnston, University of California-Berkeley
1993: David A. Menachof, University of Tennessee
1992: Daniel E. Innis, The Ohio State University
1991: John Pooley, Pennsylvania State University
1990: John T. Gardner, The Ohio State University
1988: Edward H. Frazelle, Georgia Institute of Technology
1987: Jule Gassenheimer, University of Alabama
1986: Diane Twede, Michigan State University
1985: Mary K. Allen, The Ohio State University
1984: David E. Lloyd, The Ohio State University
1983: Nada R. Sanders, The Ohio State University
1982: Ersell Powell Robinson, Jr., University of Texas
1981: Martha Cooper, The Ohio State University
1980: Jossef Perl, Northwestern University
1979: Howard M. Armitage, Michigan State University
1978: Frances Gaither Tucker, The Ohio State University
1977: Michael Levy, The Ohio State University
1976: Douglas A. Fisher, Indiana University
1975: Douglas M. Lambert, The Ohio State University
1974: Joe Cavinato, Pennsylvania State University
1973: Kenneth Graham, University of Wisconsin

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E. Grosvenor Plowman Award

The E. Grosvenor Plowman Award is presented annually to one of the papers accepted for presentation at the Academic Research Symposium. The Editorial Review Panel is tasked with selecting the best research paper. This award is given in honor of E. Grosvenor Plowman, a lifetime supporter of both CSCMP and the logistics profession.

2019 E. Grosvenor Plowman Award Recipients 

Did the Electronic Logging Device Mandate Reduce Accidents?
Dr. Andrew Balthrop, University of Arkansas
Dr. Jason Miller, Michigan State University
Dr. Alex Scott, Michigan State University

2019 E. Grosvenor Plowman Award Honorable Mentions

Upstream Transparency in the Supply Chain: Can Firms Benefit from Disclosing Supplier Monitoring Activities to Consumers?  
John Aloysius, Professor, University of Arkansas 
Yanji Duan, Assistant Professor, University of North Florida
Christian Hofer, Associate Professor, University of Arkansas

Cyber Security and the Supply Chain: Assessing Corporate Response to a New Cyber Security Mandate Within the Department of Defense Supply Chain 
Steven Melnyk, Professor, Michigan State University
Chris Peters, President, The Lucrum Group
Cheri Speier-Pero, Professor, Michigan State University 
Joseph Sprull, Executive, Lockheed Martin
Kenneth Sullivan, President & CEO, Micro Craft Aero

Past Recipients

Don't Build a Bridge to Nowhere: Triangulating Gaps in the Path to Successful Supplier Enabled Innovation
Dr. Remko van Hoek of the University of Arkansas
Dr. Laura Briou of Florida Gulf Coast University
Dr. Stanley Fawcett of Weber State University

Persuasive Communication Pathway: Influencing SCM Partners to Work Voluntarily on Sustainability Initiates
Brian Fugate, University of Arkansas
Jon Johnson, University of Arkansas
Saif Mir, College of Charleston

Investigating Relative Stability of Motor Carrier Safety Performance for the CSA Program
Jason Miller, Colorado State University

Exploring the Use of Upper-Semi Variance as a Robust Estimator for Calculating Safety Stocks
Darryl K. Ahner, Air Force Institute of Technology
John Saldanha, West Virginia University
Peter F. Swan, Pennsylvania State University — Harrisburg
Doral E. Sandlin, Air Force Institute of Technology


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Emerging Leader Award

CSCMP's Young Professionals Emerging Leader Award (ELA) recognizes up-and-coming leaders for their early yet meaningful contributions to the supply chain management and logistics industry. The selected individual(s) are recognized for their achievements and represent their companies and peers.


Any active CSCMP member who is age 32 or under at the time of the nomination deadline and is doing something exceptional outside of their normal scope of work which grants them distinction. Self-nominations are accepted. 

Submitting a Nomination

Nominators will need to provide a descriptive summary of the nominee’s achievements and contributions in 500 words or less. Nominees will be evaluated based on the following criteria:

  • Career contributions and activities. 
  • Recognition in supply chain. 
  • Active involvement in CSCMP.
  • Commitment to supply chain industry. 
  • Certifications and continuing education.

The summary should describe specific aspects of the nominee’s business and professional experiences, providing detailed examples. The nomination submission must also include one letter of recommendation* written by an active member of CSCMP. 

*Letters of recommendation written by current members of CSCMP’s Board of Directors are not allowed. 

All qualifying nominations undergo a blind review by the Emerging Leader Award Selection Committee, who are tasked with selecting the winners. 

ELA Rules

  • The nominator must be a CSCMP member.
  • The writer of the letter of recommendation must be a CSCMP member.
  • The nominator may also write the letter of recommendation.
  •  A member of any CSCMP committee is not eligible for the award. 

The nomination period for the 2021 Emerging Leader Award will be announced in mid-January 2021

2020 Emerging Leader Award Recipients

Anahi Arza

Courtney Cook
eCommerce Operations Manager
Hallmark Cards

Parker Holcomb

Orlando J. Gillespie
Founder & CEO
Supply Chain Collaborative Consulting Consortium (SC4 Consulting)

Past Recipients

2019: Anahi Arza, Logistics Operations Lead, Unilever
2019: Parker Holcomb, Founder and CEO, CoLane
2018: Kimberly H. Caron, Supply Chain Manager, Peerless Plastics
2018: Bo Liao, Manager, Advanced Analytics, Western Digital
2018: Chris Ricciardi, Chief Operating Officer, Logistical Labs
2017: Nathan Chaney, Branch Manager, MainFreight
2017: David Perez, Director, Cushman & Wakefield
2016: Diego De la Garza, Associate Director, Source One Management
2016: Brian Jacobson, Manager, C.H. Robinson
2016: Paul Rohrbaugh, President, Sterling Simulation
2015: Eyual Getahun, Process Specialist, Hallmark Cards, Inc.
2015: Ravi Kiran Unnam, Global Lead, Supply Network Design, Mondelez International
2014: Susan E. Conley, Program Specialist, Caterpillar, Inc.
2014: Mengxiao (Michelle) Zhang, Lean Logistics Team Lead, LeanCor, LLC
2013: Keiko Arai, Associate Contract Specialist, Global Outsourcing, Bell Helicopter
2013: Florian Schick, Senior Associate, SCM Practice, McKinsey & Company
2013: Amanda Tolhurst, Senior Manager, Internal Materials Operations, Whirlpool Corporation

Supply Chain Innovation Award™


Throughout the last few years of economic, business and technological change, supply chains have proven to be resilient and able to meet the challenges posed by rising customer expectations and a less predictable business environment. Supply chain management (SCM) professionals have remained efficient and responsive. Company leaders who are able to communicate their significant and proven achievements can not only positively affect return on investment and performance at their own companies, they can also give back to the industry and to their peers by sharing their stories.

For over 15 years, supply chain teams worldwide have been submitting their cases to the Supply Chain Innovation Award™ (SCIA) for the opportunity to receive recognition from their industry peers on a global stage.

This award program receives submissions from creative innovators every year. A panel of reviewers, consisting of members of CSCMP's Research Strategies Committee (RSC) and the editorial board of SupplyChainBrain, review and select submissions of "Innovation in Action" from the top innovative teams who become the finalists that present their cases at CSCMP’s EDGE Conference.

If your supply chain team has developed some SCM collaborative innovation(s) that could help advance the overall supply chain profession, consider sharing your story through the Supply Chain Innovation Award™ competition.

The submission period for the 2021 SCIA will be announced in mid-January 2021!

1st Place: Intel Corporation 
2nd Place: DLT Labs & Walmart Canada 
Finalist: FourKites & Land O’Lakes
Finalist: Intel Corporation
Finalist: Raymond Corporation 
Finalist: Cisco Systems  
1st Place: Snap-on Tools/FastFetch Corporation 
2nd Place: Intel 
Finalist: Erie St. Clair Local Health Integration Network/TransForm Shared Service Organization
Finalist: F|Staff/States Logistics
Finalist: AGCO/4flow
Finalist: Lodge Manufacturing/EVS, LLC/Supply Chain Coach/Rockfarm Supply Chain Solutions 

1st Place: Intel
2nd Place: Kansas City Railroad
Finalist: BuySeasons/FastFetch
Finalist: Schneider Electric (R&D)/Vector Consulting

1st Place: TransCelerate (Bristol-Myers Squibb Company, Janssen Pharmaceuticals & GlaxoSmithKline)
2nd Place: Argos (Llamasoft & Argos)
Finalist: Vodafone (Vodafone & Celonis)
Finalist: Whirlpool
Finalist: Intel
Finalist: Kenco (Kenco Logistics Services, Sealed Air Corporation & Gladiator, LLC)

1st Place: Dell
2nd Place: DMLogic and Johnson & Johnson
Finalist: Airbus
Finalist: Invata & Destination Maternity
Finalist: OHL/GEODIS & Emerson Healthcare
Finalist: ROi

1st Place: Liquor Control Board of Ontario (LCBO)
2nd Place: Lennox Residential
Finalist: Shared Support Services of Southeastern Ontario (3SO)
Finalist: Hewlett-Packard Co.
Finalist: Concurrent Technologies Corporation

1st Place: Flextronics
2nd Place: Sears Holdings Corporation (SHC)
Finalist: Fast Logistics Group
Finalist: Intel Corporation
Finalist: USAID/John Snow, Inc.

1st Place: Staples, Inc. and Packsize International
2nd Place: PepsiCo
Finalist: Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board and Deloitte LLC
Finalist: LMI and Defense Logistics Agency
Finalist: Motorola Solutions and E2Open
Finalist: IBM Integrated Supply Chain

Teaching Innovation Award

Within CSCMP's Academic Research Symposium, an academic track is devoted to supply chain management teaching innovation and pedagogy. From these submissions, the Editorial Review Panel awards the submission with the largest impact on students and instruction within the field of supply chain and logistics. CSCMP is honored to present the Teaching Innovation Award to faculty members making a difference in the next generation of supply chain professionals.

2019 Teaching Innovation Award Recipients

Revisiting Promoting the Value of Supply Chain Management to Future Business Leaders
Jeffrey Harper, Assistant Professor, Texas Tech University 
Stephen Rutner, Professor, Texas Tech University
Rebecca Scott, Assistant Professor, UNC - Wilmington

Past Recipients

Elevating Student Competencies through Supply Chain Case Competitions: An Empirical Analysis Utilizing Student Feedback and Industry Judge Data
Scott Keller, University of West Florida
Dr. Daniel Lynch, Dalhousie University 
Dr. Katrina Savitskie, University of West Florida

Innovative Activities to Introduce Student to Supply Chain Management: High School and Beyond
Carole L. Shook, University of Arkansas

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Honorary Hall of Fame Inductees

CSCMP's Distinguished Services Award is the highest honor we bestow upon an outstanding individual who exemplifies significant, consistent, and career-long contributions to the development of the logistics and supply chain management disciplines. Therefore, every DSA winner is automatically inducted into the Hall of Fame as an honorary inductee. 

The nomination period for the 2021 Hall of Fame is from September 22 through October 31, 2020. The selected inductee will be announced live at EDGE 2021.

2020 Hall of Fame Inductees





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