Part-time Affiliate Instructor, Marketing
Business and Engineering Convergence Center
B.S. Civil Engineer, South Dakota School of Mines and Technology
B.S. Workforce Education and Development, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale
MBA, National American University
M.S. Technology for Education and Training, University of South Dakota
M. Eng. Logistics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Daniel Stanton is known around the world as “Mr. Supply Chain.” He's the author of Supply Chain Management For Dummies, and his courses on LinkedIn Learning have been viewed more than 1 million times. He is the president of SecureMarking, a supply chain tech startup that was chosen for the Air Force AFWERX Technology Accelerator by Techstars. Stanton has been recognized as an “IBM Watson Supply Chain Futurist” and as a “Pro To Know” by Supply & Demand Chain Executive Magazine. He earned a Masters in Logistics Engineering from MIT and is a doctoral researcher at Cranfield University.
Daniel is passionate about helping business leaders – and aspiring leaders – understand the important role that supply chain management plays in the success of companies and the progress of societies.
- Global Supply Chain Management – MTG 388
Stanton, D., & Manning, M. (2019). Protecting supply chains from counterfeit products. In R. Wilding (Author), Supply chains in action: A case study collection in supply chain, logistics, procurement and operations management. New York, NY: Kogan Page
Stanton, D. (2019). Using automation to mitigate supply chain risk. In J. Schenker (Author), The robot and automation almanac. Austin, TX: The Futurist Institute.
Stanton, D. (2018). Key supply chain technologies to watch. In J. Schenker (Author), The robot and automation almanac. Austin, TX: The Futurist Institute.
Stanton, D. (2017). The impact of automation on the supply chain. In J. Schenker (Author), The robot and automation almanac. Austin, TX: The Futurist Institute.
Stanton, D. (2017). Supply Chain Management For Dummies. New York, NY: Wiley.
Melnyk, S.A. and Stanton, D. (2017). The customer-centric supply chain. Supply Chain Management Review, 20(12), pp.28-39.
Stanton, D.J. (2008). The impact of assured supply inventory policies (Masters thesis, Massachusetts Institute of Technology).
- Journal of Business Logistics Practitioner Panel