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What’s your biggest challenge in getting customers what you promised them?
No matter what your organization is – for-profit or nonprofit, product or service based – your supply chain is what causes your daily headaches and provides your greatest opportunities. That’s what prospective students, current students and alumni gathered to discuss at the recent Neeley Executive MBA Preview Luncheon on a chilly Wednesday at the City Club of Fort Worth.
Have you ever tried a sure-fire strategy – one you knew from experience would work – and then watched it blow up in your face?
That’s what a group of TCU Executive MBA alumni and prospective students discussed a couple of weeks ago at the Preview Luncheon at the City Club of Fort Worth. Dr. Suzanne Carter, professor of strategy, stood in front of the giant window overlooking a rainy downtown and presented us with two logos: Apple and J.C. Penney.
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Peter Sikes '17
He previously served as Senior Manager of Analytics at Williamson-Dickie Mfg. Co., and now holds the position of Director of Customer Analytics & Execution for the company. Congratulations, Peter!
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