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Supply Chain Management MSc Statement of Purpose 1st Paragraph Sample

A young Indian woman who is as well traveled as I am read, I feel strongly that my travels have enabled me to better understand the nature of Supply Chain Management and Development, the great challenges confronting the industry in our era of globalization and the incorporation of the Developing World into the world marketplace. I spent nearly six years growing up in Trinidad and Tobago and another six years in Kenya. Twice I have visited the USA on school vacations. I am currently studying at the University of Kent in Canterbury, England in my final semester and will be graduating with my BA in Business and Economics in July, 2017. XXXX University is my first choice among MSc Programs in Supply Chain Management for a variety of reasons, most of all the sheer excellence, international perspective, and interdisciplinary character of your thoroughgoing curriculum.

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Sample 1st Paragraph BSc Production Management. Applicant from Zambia

I am a young man from Zambia who has earned his BSc in Production Management. I now work as a tutor in training at ______ University. I hope to be accepted into a Master’s Program in Supply Chain Management so that I will be able to better help my society, Zambia, to develop economically; and perhaps later on other African societies as well. I am deeply concerned about inefficiency in my native Africa since I am convinced that our lack of efficiency in production keeps us from developing economically. By completing your highly esteemed program, I would then be able to serve my community as a university professor who stays very engaged with a broad variety of community development projects.

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Heroines of Supply Chain

Once every blue moon, a lady is celebrated in this field – why? Because there are only a smattering of women trailblazing their way through this world: so sad. If only there were more women around here somewhere….

Annette Clayton

Annette Clayton is well-known in supply chain circles, as she led a radical and successful transformation at Dell: Clayton set a strategic standard that many in supply chain are still following.

Clayton’s career started in the notoriously tough world of automotive, with more than 20 years at General Motors, including executive roles in production, engineering, quality and even as President of Saturn Corporation.

Recently named President and CEO of Schneider Electric ’s North American operations, Clayton still serves as the company’s Chief Supply Chain Officer.

She has been a huge contributor to the SCM World community, actively participating in EAB meetings despite a brutal time-zone penalty dialing in from Asia. She is also instrumental to their growth, as a mentor to their own Matt Davis, who worked for her at Dell.

Beth Ford

Beth Ford is EVP and COO for Land O’Lakes; has responsibility for supply chain operations from farm to customer including R&D and IT.

Ford is also the spiritual heart of SCM World’s efforts on gender diversity in the profession. Her experience runs deep and spans a crazy range of industries, but on top of that, she makes the time to shape education for the future with board seats at both Columbia and Iowa State universities.

Maria Lindenberg

Maria Lindenberg is the Chief Procurement Officer for Chevron, controlling $46 billion in annual spending.

As a graduate of Arizona State’s supply chain program, Lindenberg is in good company with dozens of other top sourcing executives from the Carey School of Business.

As CPO, she was central to a recently completed project of massive proportions – the Gorgon Project off the northwest coast of Australia. This six-year effort is the largest single resource development in Australia’s history: it’s and a complex web of partnerships, both public and private.

Maria’s mind is flexible, clear and results oriented with the best possible combination of practicality and precision.

Sandra MacQuillan

Sandra MacQuillan is the first ever Chief Supply Chain Officer at Kimberly-Clark Corporation.

As a CPG veteran bringing many years of experience from Mars, MacQuillan was handpicked to establish a board-level role for supply chain at KCC: this includes not only establishing an operating strategy, but also building a team capable of driving change in a challenging time for the industry.

MacQuillan is a huge inspiration combining world-class professionalism in the job with extraordinary empathy. She is always, as the song goes, “touring the facility and picking up slack”.

Supply chain is an interesting industry, and needs more women! If you want a challenge, and we can help you make waves in this field, please don’t hesitate to tell us how we can do this together.