Professor Yossi Sheffi
Elisha Gray II Professor of Engineering Systems at MIT
Director and Founder, Supply Chain Management Program
Who we educate
The Malaysia Institute for Supply Chain Innovation (MISI) educates students from all corners of the world in both its degree programs and its executive programs.
What they learn
All MISI students including the master’s degree candidates and the experienced professional in the executive programs will develop powerful problem solving skills. They will learn what it takes for an organization to be resilient in a volatile global marketplace. Working closely with partner companies in diverse industries they will devise solutions to pivotal real world challenges taking into consideration the cultural aspect.
Why MISI gives students an edge
At MISI, students propel everything they will learn in the classroom and the laboratory straight into practice. By the time they graduate, they will leave MISI as distinguished thought leaders, skilled researchers, and collaborative problem solvers with the ability to anticipate challenges and accelerate solutions.
Learn about our degree programs
MISI offers graduate and executive education in logistics and supply chain management. MISI will admit its first Masters students matriculating in the fall of 2012. There are also plans for a doctoral degree as well as a deep portfolio of professional courses for executives, symposia, short courses, and extended on-site events and activities to reinforce MISI’s connections with corporate partners.