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Supply Management

By Bob Trebilcock · October 24, 2017
Low interest rates and an unprecedented credit boom may have put your supply chain at risk
By MMH Staff · August 11, 2017
Supply chain management software provider and fleet management and supply chain solutions company partner to increase transparency and efficiency of supply chain networks.
By MMH Staff · June 21, 2017
Partnership between supply chain management software company systems integrator and consultant intended to help address growing demand for supply chain management in the digital economy.
By MMH Staff · May 17, 2017
Acquisition to strengthen ERP and SCM solution suite.
SPECIAL REPORT
By Larry Lapide · February 21, 2017
The best supply chains are more than a collection of technologies and processes. As supply chain evolves from tactical to strategic, they enable a company's go-to-market strategy and competitive position.
<p>The team from MSU placed third – pictured here with corporate sponsors<br />
(l to r) Mike Riba, Shell Oil Company; Michael Forbes, Northrop Grumman; MBA student Rachal Snider; MBA student Robert McElmurry; Stanley Griffis, associate professor of supply chain management; Judith Whipple, team adviser and associate professor of supply chain management; MBA student Kevin Xujin; Michelle Braun, General Motors Foundation; and Chuck Doyle, Ford Motor Company.</p> By MMH Staff · January 4, 2017
Nine of the 15 top-ranked supply chain management schools compete in simulation.
By Frank Mobus and Brad Young · December 16, 2016
Beneficial partnerships don't just happen. They are cultivated and nurtured and negotiation plays a key part.
By Tom Derry · December 15, 2016
A massive data collection initiative will result in new exam specifications for ISM certification programs.
By Bob Trebilcock · October 31, 2016
Now in its third year, ISM and Thomasnet are opening up the 30 Under 30 nominations to a global audience.
By MMH Staff · September 26, 2016
Reconfigured Certified in Production and Inventory Management (CPIM) program will streamline preparation process and improve efficiency.
<p><strong>Did you return any portion of production into or closer to North America from a low-cost country for North American consumers in 2015?</strong></p> By Josh Bond · June 20, 2016
Buyers’ and suppliers’ insights bring manufacturing industry trends into focus.
WHITE PAPER
By Ben Camiel · February 10, 2016
In the new white paper "The Race for Supply Chain Management Excellence," Howard W. Coleman of the management consulting firm MCA Associate explores this question with a focus on wholesale distribution.
<p>Co-Authors Robert J. Trent (l) and Robert A. Rudzki (r) offer a framework to take supply management to the next level.</p> By Bob Trebilcock · January 11, 2016
Without “next level” supply management, a company cannot hope to excel in addressing the tough issues of tomorrow’s challenging business environment. In this Q&A, Robert A. Rudzki discusses just what he and his co-author Robert J. Trent mean by reaching the “next level.”
By Joe Sandor and Dave Nelson · August 18, 2015
Supply management. Supply chain management. Procurement. Logistics. They're all bandied about these days, but just what is the right name for the profession?
<p>If you don’t have metrics, you can’t expect to make any change, says author Jim Barnes.</p> By Jim Barnes, ISM Services Managing Director · July 14, 2015
Metrics aren’t just a measurement tool. The right metrics enable supply management professionals to drive positive changes in their company that can also create alignment between competing objectives.

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EDITORS' PICKS
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