Daniel Stanton, M. Eng., MBA, SSBB, PMP, CSCP, is passionate about supply chains and the role that they play in our everyday lives. He has developed supply chain strategies, coached executives, and led supply chain projects for companies including Caterpillar, APICS, and MHI. These days, he devotes his time to teaching, conducting research serving on boards, and helping startup companies develop cool new supply chain technologies.
You’ll often find Daniel speaking at supply chain management events around the world. He’s also created several online courses for LinkedIn Learning. He holds a master of engineering in logistics from MIT’s Supply Chain Management program, is an adjunct professor at Bradley University, and is a doctoral researcher at Cranfield University.
You can visit Daniel’s website (
www.danielstanton.com), or follow him on social media for more insights about supply chain management, project leadership, and the other things that he grooves on:
To my wife Ruth, my partner in everything that matters. And to our daughters, our parents, and our families. What a team!
To my colleagues from CSCMP, APICS, ISM, SCC, WERC, ASTL, PMI, ALAN, DMSCA, and MHI who have contributed so much to the development of supply chain management as a profession.
To my professors, colleagues, and classmates at MIT, Cranfield, SDSMT, Bradley, and throughout the academic community who have challenged ...