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Supply Chain Management

<p><i>Supply Chain Management Review</i> introduces a new series called “Back to Basics.”  It’s a look into how excellence in the core logistics and supply chain activities leads to overall business success. The articles in this seven-part series are written by educators from the University of Tennessee. <i>Pictured: Dr. Diane Mollenkopf, McCormick Associate Professor of Logistics, The University of Tennessee.</i></p> By DAMollenkopf · October 29, 2010
Part 5 in our series on "Back to Basics - Managing The Basic Supply Chain Functions."Effective Returns Management in an Integrated Supply Chain." Returns management should no longer be the ugly step-child of the supply chain. Rather, effective returns management can improve a firm’s profitability, enhance customer relationships, and be an essential part of an integrated supply chain management strategy.
By Bob Trebilcock · October 28, 2010
Supply chain planning is becoming a competitive weapon
<p>John Gattorna is one of the most original thinkers in the fast-changing arena of supply chain management. He has pioneered the idea of dynamic alignment which is so powerfully presented in this ground-breaking book.</p> By Frank Quinn · October 27, 2010
New book titled Dynamic Supply Chains: Delivering Value Through People (2nd Edition) explains how to align supply chain operations with customer expectations. Companies that do this successfully achieve greater business success and customer satisfaction. In addition, their people become more committed to the company and to the customers.
By Bob Trebilcock · October 22, 2010
Inventory optimization is the next focus in the supply chain
By Patrick Burnson · October 22, 2010
John Pattullo, CEO of CEVA Logistics today appealed to the industry to work together to establish global standards for sustainable logistics during the 27th German Logistics Congress in Berlin
<p><i>Supply Chain Management Review</i> introduces a new series called “Back to Basics.”  It’s a look into how excellence in the core logistics and supply chain activities leads to overall business success. The articles in this seven-part series are written by educators from the University of Tennessee. <i>Pictured: Wendy L. Tate, Assistant Professor of Logistics, Department of Marketing and Logistics, University of Tennessee.</i></p> By Wendy Tate · October 21, 2010
Part 4 in our series on "Back to Basics - Managing The Basic Supply Chain Functions." A Primer on Sourcing and Procurement in an Integrated Supply Chain - The task of sourcing and procurement professionals is to find an effective means to balance the demands of both internal and external customers with economic considerations while taking into account the potential for supply disruption and technological change.
By Bob Trebilcock · October 20, 2010
The latest HighJump acquistion takes the software supplier deeper into the cloud
By Jeff Berman · October 19, 2010
The 2010 “State of the Retail Supply Chain Study” shows supply chain management remains a key driver of business success and competitive advantage in today’s challenging market.
By MMH Staff · October 19, 2010
Keith Turner, vice president marketing and sales, Alcoa World Alumina, has been elected to the office of chair.
By Patrick Burnson · October 17, 2010
The global economic crisis of 2008 and 2009 provided significant disruptions and high demand volatility in supply chains for companies across many industries, said PRTM director, Rick Hoole.
<p><i>Supply Chain Management Review</i> introduces a new series called “Back to Basics.”  It’s a look into how excellence in the core logistics and supply chain activities leads to overall business success. The articles in this seven-part series are written by educators from the University of Tennessee. <i>Pictured: David K. Ecklund, Director - The Global Supply Chain Executive MBA, University of Tennessee</i></p> By David Ecklund · October 15, 2010
Part 3 in our series on "Back to Basics - Managing The Basic Supply Chain Functions." Warehousing Efficiency and Effectiveness in the Supply Chain Process - Where Are We Now? What’s Next? This article will address “back to the basics” that are fundamental for warehouses to achieve both efficiency and effectiveness in supply chains, and provide some perspective on current challenges and the future.
By Patrick Burnson · October 11, 2010
A forward supply chain is only half of the total logistics process, says a 4PRL executive
<p><i>Supply Chain Management Review</i> introduces a new series called “Back to Basics.”  It’s a look into how excellence in the core logistics and supply chain activities leads to overall business success. The articles in this seven-part series are written by educators from the University of Tennessee. <i>Pictured: Dr. Theodore P. Stank, Associate Dean for Executive Education and Dove Professor of Logistics, University of Tennessee.</i></p> By [email protected] · October 8, 2010
Part 2 in our series on "Back to Basics - Managing The Basic Supply Chain Functions." This article addresses the key decision levels that need to be addressed for transportation to make its greatest impact in the integrated supply chain. These levels address long-term decisions, lane operations, choice of mode or carrier, and dock level operations.
By Patrick Burnson · October 8, 2010
Progress to restore global financial stability has suffered a setback in advanced economies, states the IMF's Global Financial Stability Report
By Patrick Burnson · October 7, 2010
The recently-concluded annual conference of the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals in San Diego provided a great deal of insight on the macro- and micro-economic issues impacting the supply chain

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