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Strategy

WEBCAST
By SCMR Staff · September 13, 2017
This webinar introduces a new framework to help supply chain leaders put structure around essential performance drivers like resource management and investment, as well as talent development.
By Bob Trebilcock · May 3, 2017
Trust hasn’t always been an element in supplier relationships; all too often buyers have been encouraged to carry a big stick and get tough with suppliers to get the best price—no matter the cost.
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.
WEBCAST
By SCMR Staff · August 16, 2016
Too many procurement leaders and managers rely on supply management strategies that deliver results in the short term but that aren't sustainable over the long haul. Once the sheen from those early wins rubs off, senior management looks for someone knew to take the helm. In this session we'll examine the supply chain strategies most often put into play, identify why the fall short and offer ideas on how to address the issue. Identify why they fall short
By Rosemary Coates · July 6, 2016
It is great to be working with other Universities on revitalizing manufacturing through reshoring and by introducing new ideas and technologies.
By Michael Gravier · June 20, 2016
We are entering the Fourth Industrial Revolution and many wonder what will supply chain management look like in the next era characterized by high technology, a demand economy, and the increasingly blurred lines between reality and cyber-space?
By Patrick Burnson · June 13, 2016
With the complex economic and global trade environment pushing rates higher, shippers are under pressure to nail down the right suppliers and transportation partners—while squeezing as much value as possible out of their supplier/transportation network.
<p>Many companies are building sustainability goals into their supply management objectives, according to Jim Barnes, managing director, ISM Services.</p> By Jim Barnes · May 16, 2016
More companies have moved beyond paying lip service to sustainability to embracing it and tracking its return on investment.
By Patrick Burnson · May 13, 2016
Coupa Software, a cloud-based spend management solutions provider, recently announced Coupa Release 15 (R15), its second major release of the year that delivers enhancements across the platform.
By Stephanie H. Chen and Eunji Han · April 21, 2016
For many distribution centers (DCs), order-picking is manual, time consuming and accounts for over 50% of operating expenses.
By Michael Gravier · March 31, 2016
Companies motivate their teams to develop new strategies as a result of supply chain disruption.
By Patrick Burnson · March 4, 2016
Analysts say Supply Chain Managers Must Reduce Costs While Becoming a Better Strategic Business Partner
By Patrick Burnson · February 10, 2016
Operational excellence, particularly in the areas of technological adoption and cost realignment, will be central to the goal of executing through disruption
By Greg Gerstenhaber and Peter Guarraia · December 23, 2015
When financial performance tumbled well below the expectations of shareholders at a US-based manufacturer of industrial parts, the new head of supply chain saw ways to make the supply chain part of the solution.
By Patrick Burnson · November 30, 2015
Stericycle ExpertSOLUTIONS recently released the findings of its Q3 2015 Stericycle Recall Index, which found that household goods account for a significant majority of all product recalls in the U.S. since 2010.

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EDITORS' PICKS
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