This study uses the Internet and a two phase methodology to help gain insight into the current state of America’s logistics programs. Phase I examines logistics program structure while phase II employs a modified, electronic version of the Delphi technique to help examine global logistics education practices. The results of the research indicate that, while key differences exist in America’s logistics programs, academicians of the discipline largely agree on the relative importance of key functional areas of the discipline. However, a potential gap may exist between the skills addressed in logistics and business education programs and the skills required for successful global logistics practice.
Hanna, Joe B. & Compton, William. (2000). Examining America’s logistics programs via the internet. Journal of Transportation Management, 12(1), 19-33. doi: 10.22237/jotm/954547380