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By Patrick Burnson · January 25, 2018
While supply chain managers have been slow to integrate digitization in the procurement function, the trend may finally be gaining traction, says a new report.
By Bob Trebilcock · September 5, 2018
This month’s issue will help you in your job of staying ahead of the pack, following the leaders and, with luck, blazing the next trail.
By Stan Aronow · September 5, 2018
Gartner unveiled the 14th annual global Supply Chain Top 25, identifying supply chain leaders and highlighting their best practices for heads of supply chain and strategy organizations.
By Gary Forger · September 5, 2018
A new crop of supply chain technologies promise to increase efficiency, visibility and speed. Five technologists share their vision of the future.
By Nick Vyas, director of the USC Marshall Center for Global Supply Chain Management · September 5, 2018
A rapidly evolving and increasingly global world poses new challenges for business survival. Supply chain managers who use these four interconnected compass points can navigate these unprecedented challenges and find opportunities for innovation.
By Deanna M. Rainwater, Alison Schoch and Shantanu Ginodia · September 5, 2018
An improved business operating model enabled through a costeffective 3PL agreement can be a game changer if terms are thoroughly evaluated and properly negotiated.
By Steven A. Melnyk, Colin Seftel and Nick Little · September 5, 2018
Industry leaders view their supply chains as a strategic weapon. Is your organization ready to make the leap? Answer these seven key questions to discover the answer.
By Michael Hu and Korhan Acar · September 5, 2018
Meeting consumer expectations is never easy. Savvy shippers need to disrupt their fulfillment strategies before Amazon does it for them.
By Bridget McCrea · September 4, 2018
Industry leaders discuss the key trends, capabilities and innovations that will shape the future of supply chain software.
By Dr. Larry Lapide · September 4, 2018
At industrial-product companies understanding sales activities is critical to developing them.
By Katherine Tabares and Vivian Rangel · September 4, 2018
As the digitalization of supply chains progresses, how can small, less technically-sophisticated enterprises leverage the technology?
By Becky Partida, APQC · September 4, 2018
Automating order processing can shorten cycle times and reduce errors that affect the supply chain.
By Bob Trebilcock · July 15, 2018
The stakes are high: Across the country, small academic institutions are going out of business or merging with other schools to keep afloat while corporations like GE are abandoning their out-of-the-way locations and moving to urban areas where tomorrow’s talent wants to live.
By Nicholas Horney, George Hallenbeck and Stephen Bateman · July 13, 2018
In the future world of work, a dizzying mix of robotics, artificial intelligence, freelance workers and full-time employees will all be essential to achieving objectives. To thrive in this new environment, organizations need a portfolio-based talent strategy designed to align its people, processes and technology and demonstrate agility by being focused, fast and flexible.
By Sriram Narayanan, Carlos Mena and Riyaj Gilani · July 13, 2018
Procurement is changing from a focus on cost savings to creativity and innovation in a talent rich supply chain. That’s the talk. The question is whether organizations are walking the talk when they recruit, and, if not, how do we recruit for creativity.

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