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By Bob Trebilcock · December 6, 2017
This is a comprehensive guide to services, products and educational opportunities targeted specifically to supply chain professionals. As with years past, we’re also featuring several articles we trust will offer food for thought in your supply chain throughout the coming year.
By David Widdifield · December 6, 2017
When you look beyond the hype of all the new, innovative services and suppliers in the logistics space and view things through the perspective of the past, we find this delivery service capability has been used efficiently and successfully in the past.
By Patrick Burnson · December 6, 2017
Growth is projected to rise over this year and next in emerging market and developing economies, supported by improved external factors—a benign global financial environment and a recovery in advanced economies.
By Sean Monohan and Michael Zimmerman · December 6, 2017
Buffeted by crosswinds as the pace of change accelerates, the logistics industry is accelerating into uncertainty.
By Steven A. Melnyk · December 6, 2017
The strategic supply chain requires a new kind of leader; one with skills and orientations not currently found in many supply chain managers. Here’s what we need to complete that change, and the steps to get there.
By Steven A. Melnyk and Daniel J. Stanton · December 6, 2017
The importance of dissolving the “wall” between the customer and the supply chain.
By Bob Trebilcock · November 2, 2017
Major automakers like Volvo, GM and Ford have announced plans to expand their fleets of electric vehicles, while distribution center operators like Amazon continue to install solar panels on their rooftops, even in coal country. The question is: Will commitments to sustainability and good corporate citizenship remain if regulations are rolled back?
By Moderated by: Harry Haney · November 2, 2017
Sustainability and the broader umbrella of corporate responsibility (CR) mean many things today. In some quarters, it’s a marketing message. In others, it’s a cost of doing business driven by a firm’s customers. In others still, they are embraced as a competitive advantage and a compass for business leadership.
By Pan Chen and Nikhil Thaker · November 2, 2017
Successful supply chains use technology, data, processes and communication to create a truly dynamic supply chain solution that is optimized on an ongoing basis.
By James T. Prokopanko and Kingshuk K. Sinha · November 2, 2017
Sustainability is often seen as a cost of doing business. At The Mosaic Company, a former CEO relied on sustainability to turn a struggling organization into a leader.
By Joseph Ludorf · November 2, 2017
After it transformed forecasting, pharmaceutical supplier Cipla Medpro South cut inventory levels 25% and stock-outs to less than 1%. But it almost didn’t happen. The initial challenge was gathering up the courage to change.
By Mark Trowbridge · November 2, 2017
If procurement executives don’t take intelligent risks, they cannot provide maximum value to their companies. Here are five techniques to manage both anticipated and unanticipated events in the supply chain.
By Patrick Burnson · November 2, 2017
Measuring your threshold for risk has become more complicated than ever. However, industry analysts contend that we need to get better at it because concerns about cyber security, financial malfeasance, political exposure and climate change are here to stay.
By Becky Partida · November 2, 2017
Extensive implementation of a formal distribution strategy can yield both performance benefits and a competitive advantage
By Patrick Burnson · November 2, 2017
The opening of the global economy, along with the rapid pace of technological change, have improved the living standards of billions of people. But it has also been accompanied by an upheaval in the jobs market.

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