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Measuring Value of the Supply Chain Executive Education
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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
By Bridget McCrea · March 6, 2017
Unlocking the hidden financial value in a global supply chain isn’t always easy, but the opportunity exists for companies that want to work together for the greater good.
By John D. Schulz · March 6, 2017
While LTL executives are bullish on the new administration’s “America First” emphasis, shippers should expect rate increases in the 3% range amid a “rational” pricing landscape.
By Frank Quinn · March 6, 2017
On our 20th anniversary, SCMR asked founding editor Frank Quinn and four industry experts to weigh in on the future of supply chain management.
By Robert J. Trent · March 6, 2017
The world of supply chain management is exciting, challenging and rapidly changing. According to supply chain managers and executive leaders at a Fortune 50 company, these five trends are affecting the design and management of supply chains.
By Mark Barratt and Simon Eagle · March 3, 2017
Zara has earned high marks for its agile supply chain. Despite its success, manufacturers heavily invested in Lean believe that the retailer’s approach could never work for them. What are the misconceptions about agility and how can they be overcome?
By Robert C. Lieb · March 3, 2017
The 3PL faces unprecedented challenges from e-commerce, Amazon and new technologies. But opportunities abound for those 3PLs that turn them into a competitive advantage.
By Tan Miller and Matthew J. Liberatore · March 3, 2017
All too often considerable managerial resources are directed toward planning activities and processes with little in the way of tangible results. That’s because their supply chain strategy is not aligned with the business strategy.
By Patrick Burnson · March 2, 2017
Two new technological developments in Pacific Rim ocean cargo shipping took place last month that could redefine terminal and carrier strategies for the long term.
By Becky Partida, APQC · January 24, 2017
Supply chain functions are using benchmarking for decision making, but can do more to track its impact. APQC’s research shows that supply chain functions tend to be ahead of other functions with regard to using benchmarking to drive business decision.
By Irv Grossman and James Kilkelly · January 12, 2017
The Internet of Things will change the way supply chains manage the lifecycle of products, as a slew of new connected devices come to market. The cell phone industry offers a model for how to handle connected products that are chock full of private, personal data.
By Joe Raudabaugh · January 12, 2017
In the most recent ROSMA Performance Check Report, A.T. Kearney finds a mixed view among stakeholders when asked about the value procurement delivers and why and when procurement is engaged.
By Thomas J. Kull, Sangho Chae and Thomas Choi · January 12, 2017
Predicting the future is a fool’s game. But new findings from CAPS Research gives a glimpse into how supply managers are preparing for tomorrow.

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According to a new report, traffic growth in the ports sector is likely to remain well below...
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