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Jim earned his MBA in Operations and Finance from the Harvard Business School, and a Bachelors Degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Notre Dame. Many companies today want to think of themselves as an innovator, but what does innovation look like in the supply chain? All Rights Reserved. In addition to studying resilience and risk management, Jim studies supply chain innovation and has helped identify key success factors and methods for pursuing and achieving innovation in the supply chain.Outside of research and the Supply Chain Exchange, Jim teaches in the graduate degree program (Supply Chain Financial Analysis courses), in the online SC2x course, in CTL’s executive education programs and in the MIT SCALE Network. In this capacity, he oversees all industrial outreach programs and serves as the Director of the Supply Chain Exchange, including marketing and communications for MIT CTL, and runs the center’s Executive Education Programs. Rice, Jr. Deputy Director, Center for Transportation & LogisticsJim Rice joined the MIT Center for Transportation & Logistics in 1995 and was appointed as the Deputy Director of CTL in 2007.

Jim Rice, deputy director of MIT’s Center for Transportation and Logistics, talks about innovation and its importance to the supply chain. In addition to studying resilience and risk management, Jim studies supply chain innovation and has helped identify key success factors and methods for pursuing and achieving innovation in the supply chain.Outside of research and the Supply Chain Exchange, Jim teaches in the graduate degree program (Supply Chain Financial Analysis courses), in the online SC2x course, in CTL’s executive education programs and in the MIT SCALE Network. Rice was an eight-time American League All-Star and was named the AL's Most Valuable Player in 1978 after becoming the first major league player in 19 years to hit for 400 total bases. Jim Rice, Deputy Director of Center for Transportation and Logistics, MIT, and Bindiya Vakil, CEO & Founder, Resilinc, discuss best practices in supply chain risk mitigation. In this capacity he oversees all industrial outreach programs and serves as the Director of the Supply Chain Exchange, including marketing and communication for CTL, and runs CTL’s Executive Education Programs. Please recheck your login information and resubmit below. Jim Rice. In this capacity he oversees all industrial outreach programs and serves as the Director of the Supply Chain Exchange, including marketing and communication for CTL, and runs CTL’s Executive Education Programs. In this capacity he oversees several research and outreach programs, CTL Executive Education Programs and outreach marketing activities. Jim Rice joined the MIT Center for Transportation & Logistics in 1995 and was appointed as the Deputy Director of CTL in 2007. In 2013 Jim was selected as one of DC Velocity’s 2013 Rainmakers.In addition to his role at MIT, Jim has served the community via several supply chain-related Boards, Committees and Appointments, including:Prior to joining MIT, Jim managed manufacturing and distribution operations at Procter & Gamble, and served as a sales and market manager at General Electric Company. Yossi Sheffi. His primary research has been focused on a broad range of study and contributions on resilience and risk management related topics – supply chain resilience, port resilience and supply chain security. All Rights Reserved. Deputy Director, Center for Transportation & Logistics Director, Supply Chain Exchange Program ... Director, MIT SCM Blended Master's Program Director, MIT Digital Supply Chain Transformation. We put that question to Jim Rice, deputy director of MIT’s Center for Transportation and Jim Rice. Jim Rice, Deputy Director of MIT Center for Transportation & Logistics, to Serve as Panelist at Potomac Officers Club’s Supply Chain Resilience and COVID-19 Virtual Event on Thursday, June 11th Jim Rice joined the MIT Center for Transportation & Logistics in 1995 and was appointed Deputy Director in 2007. ... Jim Rice. Deputy Director, Center for Transportation & Logistics Director, Supply Chain Exchange Program ... Director, MIT SCM Blended Master's Program Director, MIT Digital Supply Chain Transformation. Jim Rice joined the MIT Center for Transportation and Logistics (CTL) in 1995 and he was appointed as the Deputy Director of the Center in 2007. Mallinckrodt Professor of Engineering Sciences and Geophysics, Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences and School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS), Harvard University rice@esag.harvard.
He was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame on July 26, 2009, as the 103rd member voted in by the BBWAA. edu .

Jim Rice joined the MIT Center for Transportation & Logistics in 1995 and was appointed as the Deputy Director of CTL in 2007. In 2013 Jim was selected as one of DC Velocity’s 2013 Rainmakers.In addition to his role at MIT, Jim has served the community via several supply chain-related Boards, Committees and Appointments, including:Prior to joining MIT, Jim managed manufacturing and distribution operations at Procter & Gamble, and served as a sales and market manager at General Electric Company. Deputy Director, Center for Transportation & LogisticsJim Rice joined the MIT Center for Transportation & Logistics in 1995 and was appointed as the Deputy Director of CTL in 2007. In this capacity he oversees several research and outreach programs, CTL Executive Education Programs and outreach marketing activities. James Edward Rice, nicknamed "Jim Ed", is a former Major League Baseball left fielder and designated hitter. Make checks payable to "Peerless Media" for all subscriptions. Jim Rice joined the MIT Center for Transportation & Logistics in 1995 and was appointed as the Deputy Director of CTL in 2007. His written work includes contributions to books, working papers and recently published authored and co-authored articles, a list of which can be furnished on request. "Development of a Statewide Freight System Resiliency Plan" Project Report, July 23, 2008 by Dr. Chris Caplice and James B.