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Logisticians adjusting to volatility that is now embedded in supply chain

Tuesday, June 18, 2024 · John D. Schulz
The influential 35th annual State of Logistics Report shows how logisticians are adapting to “permanent volatility” in their supply chains as they ride out the wave of uncertainty.

Putting Supply Chain Certification to Work

Wednesday, July 6, 2022 · Bridget McCrea
Supply chain certification providers are pushed to come up with new ways to serve up education on a broad level, but also for very specific, relevant topics.

Talking Supply Chain Podcast: CSCMP’s View of The Future of Supply Chain Management

Thursday, February 18, 2021 · Bob Trebilcock
On this episode, Rick Blasgen, CEO of CSCMP, discuss the supply chain where supply chain management has been, and where it’s going as a discipline. SCMR’s Editorial Director Bob Trebilcock hosts.

CSCMP President & CEO Rick Blasgen announces retirement

Friday, January 22, 2021 · SCMR Staff
Mark Baxa, previous CSCMP Chairman of the Board, is tapped as Interim CEO

The Year in Logistics 2020: Resilience tested

Monday, December 7, 2020 · Michael Zimmerman, Balika Sonthalia, Alberto Oca and Jeff Sextone
A global pandemic sparked diverse immediate crises. It also accelerated e-commerce, increased prices and forced shippers to emphasize more resilience in their supply chains. For 2021, increasing resilience is a necessary part of the solution.

Supply Chain Management Certifications Offered by Professional Organizations and Universities 2020

Wednesday, July 15, 2020 · Malini Natarajarathinam and Praharsha Sunkara
There are more offerings than ever for supply chain professionals looking to improve their skills and further their careers.

Supply Chain Executive Education: What’s the right combination?

Tuesday, July 9, 2019 · Bridget McCrea
As supply chain executive education continues to evolve, the options available to companies are expanding and becoming more personalized than ever.

Building and sustaining university supply chain management programs

Sunday, July 7, 2019 · Robert C. Lieb, Ph.D., Professor of supply chain management, D'Amore-McKim School of Business, Northeastern University
During the past decade the number of university level supply chain management programs has expanded tremendously in recognition of the greater visibility of our discipline, its growing importance in global commerce and the robust market for students with a concentration in the…

2018 State of Logistics Report: Steep grade ahead

Wednesday, December 5, 2018 · Michael Zimmerman
This year's logistics trends are pointing to a single scenario for 2019: a steep grade ahead. As demand outpaced supply in every sector of logistics, carriers have been in control. A variety of factors—from high fuel costs to constricted labor markets—will conspire to…

Supply Chain Management Certifications offered by Professional Organizations & Universities

Friday, July 13, 2018 · SCMR Staff
The editors at SCMR have compiled a list of the most predominant Supply Chain Professional Associations of 2018

Making the Case for Custom Executive Education

Friday, July 13, 2018 · Bridget McCrea
Under pressure to perform at unprecedented velocities in a tight labor market, more companies are exploring custom executive education options as a way to bring their supply chain leaders up to speed (and keep them there).

Serving Up An Experience

Wednesday, February 28, 2018 · Steven A. Melnyk, Clay Voorhees and Nick Little
The next generation of supply chains will be tasked with delivering an experience as well as a product.

State of Logistics: Accelerating into uncertainty

Wednesday, December 6, 2017 · Sean Monohan and Michael Zimmerman
Buffeted by crosswinds as the pace of change accelerates, the logistics industry is accelerating into uncertainty.

Supply Chain Certification: It’s not a “one and done” exercise

Tuesday, July 25, 2017 · Bridget McCrea
Here are six supply chain certification trends to watch in 2017…and beyond.

The “Uberization” of Warehousing

Monday, November 7, 2016 · Amitabh Sinha
Dynamic warehousing involves buying warehousing services on a pay-per-use basis. Just as with Uber and AirBnB exemplars of today's “on-demand” economy users and providers meet and transact with each other via an electronic marketplace.
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