Read the fall 2006 issue of Research @ Smith.
Research by Chrysanthos Dellarocas
Research by Rachelle Sampson
Innovation is one of the drivers of success in the digital economy, and pursuing innovation means that many firms must make a substantial investment in research and development (R&D). Making that investment pay off, however, is not always easy. Research is very expensive, and there is tremendous pressure to create new knowledge and capabilities in a timely and cost-effective way.
William DeWitt has been named Professor of the Practice of Logistics, Transportation, and Supply Chain Management, an appointment given by the University of Maryland to individuals who have demonstrated excellence in the practice as well as leadership in specific fields. The appointment recognizes deWitt’s regional and national prominence in the field and superior teaching.
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