ISM core faculty member Andrew R. Thomas wrote an article for his IndustryWeek column reflecting on the 50th anniversary of the moon landing and the supply chain innovations that facilitated man's first walk on the moon. He explores how "the Saturn program's dispersed research, production and testing facilities, spread all over the country, presented a major logistics and quality control obstacle" and how overcoming these challenges was "a giant leap for Just-in-Time."  Read the full article titled "The Moon Landing: Supply Chain Management at Its Finest" here.

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