Darren Joins Our Faculty

by | Apr 12, 2017

The Supply Chain Academy were pleased to welcome Professor Darren Dalcher to our faculty recently, to assist in delivering our executive supply chain intuition and thought leadership products.

Darren is Professor of Project Management at the University of Hertfordshire, Visiting Professor at the University of Iceland and Adjunct Professor at the Lille Graduate School of Management (SKEMA). He is also the founder and Director of the National Centre for Project Management (NCPM).

During a successful career, Darren has built a reputation as a leader and innovator in the area of practice-based education across the supply chain. He has worked with government bodies, many major businesses and charities, and has designed and developed the UK’s first professional doctorate in project management.

Darren is now working with us to develop our range of executive courses and will also be speaking at a number of our thought leadership events. This is great news for the only learning resource centre worldwide that focuses purely on the supply chain.

If you require further information on how the Supply Chain Academy can benefit your business then please email info@supplychainacademy.org.uk or call 01708 259450.

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