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  2012
     
  Education Survey: What It Takes to Succeed 1.4MB (PDF)
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    Which skills and competencies are needed to get a job in logistics and supply chain management? How are universities preparing people for a successful career in this profession? A new survey from Supply Chain Management Review and Logistics Management reveals the answers. Appendix to this article gives full survey results.
 
  2011
     
  The Career Evolution of the Supply Chain Professional 1.6MB (PDF)
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    To better understand the career evolution of the supply chain professional, Supply Chain Management Review surveyed 185 top executives to learn more about their backgrounds, the skill sets required both today and in the future, and the pursuits that are most useful in propelling individuals on to a successful career in supply chain management.
  Beyond the Basics 0.8MB (PDF)
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This downloadable special report from Supply Chain Management Review highlights the benefits of closely integrating the key supply chain activities related to demand and supply. It’s a logical follow-on to our initial series on the basics of SCM. That series of articles, like this one, was written by the experts from the University of Tennessee, one of the foremost educational institutions in the logistics and supply chain space.

Each of the articles in this series examines an advanced aspect of supply chain management. the topics covered range from collaborating more effectively with your trading partners to creating a "closed loop" supply chain to managing supply chain risk in an increasingly turbulent global environment.

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This downloadable special report from Supply Chain Management Review is for everyone. It’s valuable for persons new to the profession or for those who have entered the supply chain space from another business discipline such as marketing or finance. And for people who have been in the field for a while, it’s an easy way to revisit the fundamentals to make sure that their tactics and strategies are sound. Each installment of this seven-part series is written by an expert from the University of Tennessee, one of the foremost institutions for logistics and supply chain learning anywhere.

 

 

 


10 Classics: A collection of the best articles from SCMR
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We have selected ten of the very best articles from Supply Chain Management Review for this special edition. The topics covered range from developing key leadership skills to effectively managing suppliers to smart supply chain planning. Also included are real-world examples of supply chain excellence from leaders like Wal-Mart and Cisco.These articles reflect true best practices in supply chain management. Collectively, they bring a wealth of “need-to-know” information to anyone tasked with doing today’s supply chain job. We hope that you can put the insights presented here into practice both in your organization and in your professional life.

1. Seven Principles of Supply Chain Management (April 2007)
2. Supply Chain Transformation: A Leader’s Guide (March 2008)
3. The Greening of Wal-Mart’s Supply Chain (July/August 2007)
4. Benchmarking: Get the Gain without the Pain (April 2008)
5. How to Spot an At-risk Supplier (July/August 2009)
6. How Cisco Succeeds at Risk Management (July/August 2009)
7. Procurement: The Missing Link in Innovation (January/February 2008)
8. Champion of Green: Q&A with Drew Schramm (July/August 2008)
9. How to Succeed with Supply Chain Planning (July/August 2008)
10. Putting the Structure in Decision Making (May/June 2010)

 

 

 



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