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By Christon Valdivieso CSCP, SSBBP · December 20, 2017
Saying no to an internal customer is often avoided in an attempt to choose your battles or play office politics. In reality, saying "No" is more advantageous when used as the beginning of a bigger discussion that allows businesses to engage on a deeper level and create innovative solutions. Saying “No” as a means to begin a conversation, rather than end it, helps companies grow in several key ways
By Michael Hicks · December 20, 2017
It may be hard to tell by some of the commentary, but the U.S. economy is already at the peak of industrial production
By Patrick Burnson · December 18, 2017
Transport Intelligence (Ti), a consultancy based in Bath UK, has just produced a collection of primary research reflecting the latest thinking in the market and the views of senior executives within its Logistics Briefing network.
By Patrick Burnson · December 18, 2017
DP World feels that it has found a solution to drayage backups at some of its terminals by utilizing the QLess line management platform.
By David Krebs · December 15, 2017
As warehousing and logistics processes become more complex, modern mobility solutions can play a role.
By Rosemary Coates · December 14, 2017
As supply chain professionals we can certainly learn and take inspiration from da Vinci. Successful supply chain professionals are by nature, mostly analytical thinkers.
By Suzanne Greene · December 14, 2017
Transportation is the second biggest global emitter of greenhouse gases, yet the logistics sector is often left out of the climate conversation.
By Chris Crane · December 14, 2017
Digital transformation: It’s the initiative on everyone’s lips, but what’s less clear is how to go about it effectively. The challenge is compounded when you’re working with processes that become almost intrinsic to your business operations through the years.
By Becky Partida · December 14, 2017
Blockchain’s potential is great, but most organizations have not yet made the investment.
By Gary Forger · December 12, 2017
No one knows for sure what is the potential of blockchain, but everyone wants to know what they should do!
By Ken Cottrill · December 12, 2017
Is it for your supply chain: : Blockchain is still a largely unproven innovation in the supply chain, but it’s also one that companies can’t afford to ignore. This fourth part of four in this issue of NextGen Supply Chain offers some guidelines for deciding if blockchain has a future in your supply chain.
By Gary Forger · December 12, 2017
While blockchain has tremendous potential in the supply chain, for now, it is primarily limited to pilots and small scale deployments
By Ken Cottrill · December 12, 2017
Smart contracts: Blockchain is still a largely unproven innovation in the supply chain, but it’s also one that companies can’t afford to ignore. This third part of four in this issue of NextGen Supply Chain details how smart contracts work on the blockchain platform.
By Ken Cottrill · December 12, 2017
Potential applications: Blockchain is still a largely unproven innovation in the supply chain, but it’s also one that companies can’t afford to ignore. This second part of four in this issue of NextGen Supply Chain details how blockchain technology might benefit various supply chains including food and pharma.
By Ken Cottrill · December 12, 2017
The basics: Blockchain is still a largely unproven innovation in the supply chain, but it’s also one that companies can’t afford to ignore. This first part of four in this issue of NextGen Supply Chain details what the technology is and how it works to make the supply chain more effective.

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