The next recession is at our doorsteps. Let’s discuss what we can do to rise to the latest challenge.
This year’s recommended sessions range from executive leadership to lessons learned to simply getting the most out of the most recent Gartner Magic Quadrant for Supply Chain Planning.
We’ve spoken to a lot of people over the years. Here are the answers to some of our most commonly asked questions.
Is there an equivalent to the Hippocratic Oath for forecasters? What harm(s) can a forecaster easily avoid? This blog explores some examples.
If you're looking to improve your supply chain management systems, these quick tips can help you get started.
It seems we are always reinventing ourselves to meet the latest challenges. Often the solution comes down to managing people, process, and technology.
In today’s highly globalized economy, no country can remain isolated or insulated from the outside world. The world is so interconnected that one hiccup can cause a myriad of issues downstream.
Senior leadership engagement, business process analysis, and proper communication ensure a successful supply chain transformation.
In previous “tools of the trade” blogs, the focus has been on conveying a basic understanding of core technologies critical to improving supply chain management decision making. Other blogs have focused on investing in technology. As with any investment there are risks to success. This blog focuses on the need for a small group driving technology that upsets the social order called agents of change (AOC).
Circularity, in the form of re-use, is not really new as a business model. Look at Goodwill, Habitat For Humanity’s Re-Store, and countless local consignment and thrift stores. eBay, Etsy, and Facebook Marketplace provide an online forum to convert one person’s trash to someone else’s treasure. A quick trip to the post office and the deal is sealed. Waste averted.