A group of visiting French business students from NEOMA Business School recently completed coursework at St. John’s University’s Peter J. Tobin College of Business.
The Global Supply Chains course in Tobin’s School of Management is designed and taught by Dr. Jay Nathan, Professor of Management. This course teaches the concepts, strategies, processes, and techniques applied to manage the end-to-end forward and reverse flow of materials, information, and value in the supply chain of any business organization, regardless of size or scale. Describe tools and technologies. world. In today’s interconnected world, supply chains are global.
NEOMA Business School is a French business and management school founded in 2013 through the merger of Reims Management School and Rouen Business School. It has campuses in Paris, Reims (Champagne) and Rouen (Normandy). At the undergraduate level, NEOMA offers an international dual degree program. It is one of approximately 1% of business schools in the world with three accreditations from three international accrediting bodies: Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business, Association Member Benefits Advisors and EQUIS.
“As a global university in a metropolitan area, St. John’s is committed to the success of all our students and visiting students and academics who are an integral part of our diverse community,” said Dr. Nathan.
After several weeks of learning basic concepts and business best practices, NEOMA Business School students were allowed to work as a team on various global supply chain projects examining French and American companies. The research project was submitted as an academic paper and presented as part of the course requirements. At the end of the course, each student presented their own research and received a certificate of achievement.