Sarah Petrie, Executive Managing Editor, Peerless Media

InDesign; content management; AP style; freelancer management; editing; copy editing; production schedule management; Web content; online publishing, Peerless Media
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I am the executive managing editor of two business-to-business magazines. I run the day-to-day activities of the magazines and their Websites. I am responsible for schedules, editing, and production of those books. I also assist in the editing and copy editing responsibilities of a third magazine and handle the editing and production of custom publishing projects. Additionally, I have past experience in university-level teaching and marketing writing.

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Latest from Sarah

Is Your Supply Chain Ready for Additive Manufacturing?

Monday, October 16, 2017 · André Kieviet and Suraj M. Alexander
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…

New technologies can learn from mature markets

Wednesday, March 2, 2016 · Daniel W. Steeneck
What do Class 8 trucks and cell phones have in common? Their end-of-life (EOL) strategies are shaped in large part by each product's characteristics as well as current market conditions.

The need for STEM skills in the supply chain

Tuesday, March 1, 2016 · Becky Partida
Organizations can close skills gaps by offering development opportunities to both new and existing employees.

A formidable competitor

Tuesday, March 1, 2016 · Patrick Van den Bossche
​Chinese manufacturers are evolving, not fading. Western competitors have no time to waste.

Globalization: China style

Tuesday, March 1, 2016 · Todd Taylor and Thomas Choi and V.G.Venkatesh and Ved Srinivas
The world has turned to China for low-cost labor, ample production and cheap goods for the last three decades. Now, the world's second largest economy is looking to the world for sustained growth.

Metrics that count

Tuesday, March 1, 2016 · John Johnson, Simon F. Jacobson and Debra J. Hofman
A Gartner survey of supply chain professionals on manufacturing metrics reveals big expectations for the value that improved usage of manufacturing metrics is expected to bring in the next two years. This research offers supply chain and manufacturing leaders insight into the…

Just my (re-) imagination

Tuesday, March 1, 2016 · Rich Sherman and Vibhavari Chauhan
The digital re-imagination of supply chains is for real: Leaders have successfully implemented digital technologies into their supply chains company wide and laggards need to catch up to stay in the game. Our authors surveyed leaders to find out how they are taking their…

Deliver it all

Tuesday, March 1, 2016 · Anne Goodchild, Erica Wygonik and Bill Keough
In an age of expanding online commerce, is home delivery greener than sending full truckloads of goods to stores and then customers driving to them? A detailed regional study finds compelling answers.

The perfect formula

Tuesday, March 1, 2016 · Wesley S. Randall, David R. Nowicki and Shailesh Kulkarni
For years, supply chain executives have asked how can they reduce inventory without affecting customer service levels or shifting cost to other supply chain partners? The answer could be a new inventory management strategy.

The Benefits and Drawbacks of Outsourced Warehousing

Friday, January 1, 2016 · Becky Partida
Hiring a vendor to manage warehouses and distribution centers is no guarantee of superior performance, but it does offer flexibility.

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