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In the March Issue: Past, present and future

Twenty years after the premier issue, our goal remains the same: To present thought leadership around best practices in supply chain fundamentals, publish case study examples of what leading companies are doing in their supply chains and keep our finger on the pulse of emerging trends and technologies that will shape the future.
By Bob Trebilcock
March 3, 2017

When my wife and I married, reactions came right out of pop music. She was Stevie Wonder (“Isn’t She Lovely”) and I was Joe Jackson (“Is She Really Going Out With Him?”). More than three decades later, we’re still standing.

The same can be said of Supply Chain Management Review, which is celebrating its 20th anniversary with this issue. As Frank Quinn, our founding editor, writes in this month’s issue, the original reaction to the concept was incredulity: “You want to start a magazine on what?” Yet, SCMR’s debut coincided with the emergence of supply chain management as a discipline that could make a difference to a company’s bottom line. Here we are, still standing.

Twenty years after the premier issue, our goal remains the same: To present thought leadership around best practices in supply chain fundamentals, publish case study examples of what leading companies are doing in their supply chains and keep our finger on the pulse of emerging trends and technologies that will shape the future. While Frank’s essay looks to the past and brings us to the present, we also have essays from four experienced supply chain professionals looking to the future of supply chain management.

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When my wife and I married, reactions came right out of pop music. She was Stevie Wonder (“Isn’t She Lovely”) and I was Joe Jackson (“Is She Really Going Out With Him?”). More than three decades later, we’re still standing.

The same can be said of Supply Chain Management Review, which is celebrating its 20th anniversary with this issue. As Frank Quinn, our founding editor, writes in this month’s issue, the original reaction to the concept was incredulity: “You want to start a magazine on what?” Yet, SCMR’s debut coincided with the emergence of supply chain management as a discipline that could make a difference to a company’s bottom line. Here we are, still standing.

Twenty years after the premier issue, our goal remains the same: To present thought leadership around best practices in supply chain fundamentals, publish case study examples of what leading companies are doing in their supply chains and keep our finger on the pulse of emerging trends and technologies that will shape the future. While Frank’s essay looks to the past and brings us to the present, we also have essays from four experienced supply chain professionals looking to the future of supply chain management.

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Bob Trebilcock
Bob Trebilcock, editorial director, has covered materials handling, technology, logistics and supply chain topics for nearly 30 years. In addition to Supply Chain Management Review, he is also Executive Editor of Modern Materials Handling. A graduate of Bowling Green State University, Trebilcock lives in Keene, NH. He can be reached at 603-357-0484.

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