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Measuring Value of the Supply Chain Executive Education
Executive-level supply chain positions have gained both prominence and importance for today’s global companies. To support this trend, universities...
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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 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.
By Robert Handfield, North Carolina State University and Tom Linton, Flex · July 11, 2018
A new book argues that supply chain ecosystems adjust and evolve in ways similar to how the natural world behaves.
By Jeff Berman · May 15, 2018
United States-bound waterborne shipments saw some growth in April, albeit not at the same levels it hit in previous months, according to data issued this week by global trade intelligence firm Panjiva. April shipments, at 955,956, saw a 0.3% gain compared to April 2017, getting annual shipment growth back on a positive track, following March’s 0.2% annual decline. March’s annual decline was the first one going back to a 7.7% annual drop-off in February 2017.
By Matthias Winkenbach, Ph.D., director of the MIT Megacity Logistics Lab · May 4, 2018
How data, analytics and connectivity change the way companies manage— and visualize—the most complex part of a global supply chain.
By Judd Aschenbrand, Michael Mikitka, Tony Sciarrotta and Bob Trebilcock · May 2, 2018
The boom in e-commerce has led to a record number of returns. How is that affecting supply chains and what are the best practices amongst industry leaders? To find out, SCMR partnered with the Reverse Logistics Association and WERC to survey our readers and their members.
By Jayanth Jayaram and Sime Curkovic · February 28, 2018
A new IP standard offers a framework to get the most from your indirect spend.
By Frank Mobus and Howard Levy · February 28, 2018
Buyers may feel powerless facing a sole-source, but they have more power than they think because they overlook the pressures on the supplier.
By Chris Carr and Dan Harris · February 28, 2018
Foreign firms doing business in or with China are likely to sell products and services to Chinese state-owned enterprises. When a dispute requires the Chinese legal system for resolution, the SOE is likely to be favored. Self-enforcing contracts are a viable workaround to help level the playing field.
By Tingting Yan, Kevin J. Dooley and Thomas Y. Choi · February 28, 2018
Most CPOs understand that the next big innovation is out there, being invented by someone. But, new research indicates that few have a process in place to identify and measure the innovation in their supply base.
By André Kieviet and Suraj M. Alexander · October 16, 2017
Additive manufacturing and 3D printing promise to simplify manufacturing, reduce inventories, and streamline operations. But, to determine when and how to apply additive manufacturing, organizations need a decision model that assesses it’s market strategy, supply chain performance, and complexity.
By Stan Aronow, Jim Romano and Kimberly Nilles · September 1, 2017
In 2017, Gartner unveiled the 13th annual global Supply Chain Top 25, identifying supply chain leaders and highlighting their best practices for heads of supply chain and strategy organizations.
By Stanley Frederick W.T. Lim, Lina Wang and Jagjit Singh Srai · September 1, 2017
When it comes to online and offline distribution, Wal-Mart has chosen synergy over integration. Other brick-and-mortar retailers can learn from Bentonville’s approach.
By Stanley E. Fawcett, A. Michael Knemeyer, Amydee M. Fawcett and Sebastian Brockhaus · September 1, 2017
Want to avoid striking out? Supply chain managers can learn plenty from Theo Epstein’s 5R approach to building a championship baseball team.
By Jennifer Daniels, Joe Tillman, Bob Trebilcock and Judd Aschenbrand · September 1, 2017
Forget the stereotypes you’ve heard about Millennials in the workplace. New research from SCMR, APICS and APQC finds that the next generation is engaged and enthused about careers in supply chain management.

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EDITORS' PICKS
Supply Chain Managers Hoping to See Rebound in Global Ocean Cargo Container Sector
The continued rise in fuel prices and chartering rates had a negative impact on the earnings of the...
APICS Awards of Excellence Salutes Prominent Supply Chain Leaders
APICS CEO Abe Eshkenazi noted that there was a “record-breaking” number of nominations in four...

How Inbound Logistics Networks Can Be a New Source of Savings
A capstone research project sponsored by a major CPG company looks at how different supply network...
Damco’s Supply Chain Services Under Maersk Banner Will Be Tracked Closely by Managers
Industry analysts have greeted the news with mixed forecasts....