An MIT Professor on the Covid Vaccine Supply Chain
I'm going to release his full episode in mid-May where we talk about his “favorite mistake” and his new book (to be released 5/11) on CHOOSE YOUR CUSTOMER: How to Compete Against the Digital Giants and Thrive.
I had the chance to ask him about lessons and advice related to the Covid vaccination supply chain and roll out. It's very timely in a fast-changing vaccination landscape, so I wanted to share this now.
You can read more here in an article he wrote:
Oh, and in the episode, Byrnes tells a funny joke about a supermarket that's located between Harvard (where he got his DBA) and MIT (where he's been teaching for 30+ years). Anyway, it was funny to me…
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