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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.
By Bob Trebilcock · September 1, 2017
It’s still early stages, but Rochester Drug Cooperative is proving that mobile robotic piece picking can get the job done in the right application.
By Bridget McCrea · September 1, 2017
As global supply chains become more complex and customers more demanding, the race is on to develop software applications that can effectively manage and make sense of the zettabytes of data being generated by our digital world.
By Steven A. Melnyk and Daniel J. Stanton · July 6, 2017
The importance of dissolving the “wall” between the customer and the supply chain.
By Michael A. Meyer · July 5, 2017
Supply chain executives agree that future supply chain performance will rely to a great extent on talent. A continual focus on improving the current workforce and attracting new talent must be the new mandate for supply chain executives.
By Tim Engstrom, Jeremy Shaw, Sabrina Ajanee, Geoff Edwards · July 5, 2017
Outside the standard supply chain labor pool, people with disabilities have already proven themselves, typically raising the performance levels of all around them. The HOPE Handbook: A Guide for Disability Hiring offers a manageable framework for adding these overlooked resources to your workforce.
By Adrianna Samaniego, Adam Gardner, Chris Genteel and Leonard Greenhalgh · July 5, 2017
In 2014, Google launched its own fresh take on supplier diversity, designed to drive economic impact for small businesses and fit Google’s uniquely nimble culture.
By Can A. Dogan · July 5, 2017
Far too many companies invest time and money in their planning capabilities with little to show for the effort. There is a better way.
By Ryan Fernandes and Lisa M. Ellram · May 5, 2017
Too often, working capital pressures roll over supplier relationships without regard for what happens to supply chain risk. But now that new supply chain financing tools and techniques are proliferating, companies have a fresh chance to implement a coherent business strategy that balances the legitimate concerns of the buyer’s finance department with those of the company’s supply chain management experts.
By Bob Trebilcock · May 5, 2017
In 2014, General Motors launched a new strategic initiative to improve supplier relationships and drive financial performance. Nearly three years later, Strategic Supplier Engagement is delivering solid results.
By Frank Mobus and Brad Young · May 5, 2017
Power in a negotiation is less a product of the situation and more the result of the actions one takes. By thinking creatively, negotiators can find, build and deploy a wider range of leverage opportunities. Supply Chain Supplier Negotiations, Supply Chain negotiation tactics

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