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Eddie Davila is the director of the Supply Chain Management program at Arizona State University.

Eddie Davila is a senior lecturer and the undergraduate director for the Supply Chain Management department at the W.P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University. Eddie presently instructs over 2,000 students every year in the Introduction to Supply Chain Management course entitled Global Supply Operations. In order to accommodate an even larger group of students and to reach students around the world, Eddie helped develop, write, and host a twelve-part YouTube video series on supply chain management. He also has a twelve-part supply chain digital book series that is available on both iTunes and Amazon. Eddie's outside interests and hobbies—which all make their way into his lectures, books, and videos—include music, yoga, television, modern medicine, acting, physics, fantasy sports, and procrastinating. Eddie is most at ease when working with strange, creative, and passionate people.

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Bob McGannon has set up project management programs on 3 continents. He's a PMP expert and PRINCE2 consultant.

Bob McGannon is vice-president of Mindavation in the United States and director of Mindavation Pty Ltd in Australia. Both of these consultancy organizations focus on increasing business capabilities in the portfolio, program, and project management space by providing delivery consultants, workshops, and coaching.

Bob specializes in strategic program and portfolio management and has helped set up project management offices on three different continents. He has 25 years of IT, project management, and project analysis experience, 18 of those years with the IBM Corporation. His management experience includes technology outsourcing, IT delivery measurement and quality, business analysis, and general project management. Bob has worked internationally while playing a major role in the development of international trade applications in use in the United States and Europe, and recently worked in Australia on a consulting engagement with Medicare in Canberra. He has managed project teams as large as 460 individuals, once serving as the IT delivery manager for IBM, supporting American Express.

Bob is certified as a Project Management Professional by the Project Management Institute, an Executive Project Manager with IBM, and a Certified Project Management Coach for the Boeing Corporation. He also holds a practitioner certificate in the PRINCE2 project management methodology and has written papers and articles that have been published internationally.

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Jim Stice is a professor of accounting at BYU. He teaches employees of multinational corporations about business accounting.

James D. Stice, PhD, is the Distinguished Teaching Professor of Accounting in the School of Accountancy at BYU. Professor Stice has been at BYU since 1988. He has co-authored three accounting textbooks and published numerous professional and academic articles. In addition, Professor Stice has been involved in executive education for Ernst & Young, Bank of America Corporation, International Business Machines Corporation, RSM McGladrey, and AngloGold Limited and has taught at INSEAD (in both France and Singapore) and CEIBS (in China). He has been recognized for teaching excellence by his department, his college, and the university. Professor Stice currently serves on the board of directors of Nutraceutical International Corporation.

Professor Jim Stice received a PhD from the University of Washington as well as master's and bachelor's degrees from BYU, all in accounting.