Topic: Miami Herbert Business School - PhD Program News

Supply chains trapped in a vicious cycle, no end in sight

External shocks to already vulnerable supply chains, impetuous demand, and the persistence of the China-centric goods circuit are to blame for the supply chain quagmire that is likely to persist into the holidays and beyond, say marketing experts in the University of Miami Patti and Allan Herbert Business School.

Supply chains trapped in a vicious cycle, no end in sight

External shocks to already vulnerable supply chains, impetuous demand, and the persistence of the China-centric goods circuit are to blame for the supply chain quagmire that is likely to persist into the holidays and beyond, say marketing experts in the University of Miami Patti and Allan Herbert Business School.


Inaugural sustainability lecture series will explore the role of business in climate change solutions

The upcoming series, “Beyond COP26: What Businesses Must Do,” signifies Miami Herbert’s latest initiative to advance the conversation on sustainability issues.

Inaugural sustainability lecture series will explore the role of business in climate change solutions

The upcoming series, “Beyond COP26: What Businesses Must Do,” signifies Miami Herbert’s latest initiative to advance the conversation on sustainability issues.



After 50 years, Walt Disney World still casts a spell on Florida

In 1971, the entertainment resort complex opened its doors in Lake Buena Vista, ushering in an era of remarkable financial growth in the state. And five decades later, its magic continues to boost tourism and the economy.

After 50 years, Walt Disney World still casts a spell on Florida

In 1971, the entertainment resort complex opened its doors in Lake Buena Vista, ushering in an era of remarkable financial growth in the state. And five decades later, its magic continues to boost tourism and the economy.