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Scope of Experience – Corporate and Strategic Supply Chain Strategy, Planning & Analysis
Scope of Experience – Distribution Center Operations & Optimization
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The Changing Workforce
Insufficient Data: Hot Hype or Just Hot?
Altering the Rule of Supply and Demand
The Camera That Captures Your Past, Future and Present
Practitioners in History: Rudolf Diesel
Practitioners in History: William Soltau Davidson
Can Transportation Guys Do Supply Chain?
Retailers Drunk on Black Friday and Cyber Monday Wake Up Hung Over on Boomerang Thursday
Here, Beer and Everywhere
Logistics: The Science and the Art
Logisitcs as a Matter of Life and Death
Did I Hear You Say..."Who is John Galt?"
For Want of a Tape Gun
Where Will All the Workers Come From?
A Hunger for Supply Chain and Logistics Knowledge
What Is the Value of College?
How Did You Get Into Supply Chain?
The Best Performers Focus on Inventory Reduction to Improve Cash Creation
Assets and Resources
The Impact of Complex Supply Chains
Complicated global supply chain networks allow international trade to occur, including sourcing, assembling and selling products around the world.
What Is a Supply Chain?
What Is the Goal of the Supply Chain? Part 1 – Establishing the Goal
The goal of the supply chain is to ensure that the business it supports fulfills its prime directive: to make more money, now and tomorrow.
What Is the Goal of the Supply Chain? Part 2 – Fortifying the Goal
The goals of supply management: to improve organizational knowledge and effectiveness, to increase operating cash generated now and in the future.
What Is the Goal of the Supply Chain? Part 3 – Testing For Sufficiency
What is a sufficient supply chain goal? It includes external links upward to suppliers and downward to customers with collaboration between links.
Supply Chain Defined
A supply chain is a network connecting companies that produce and move products from supplier to customer, involving complex decisions and tasks.
Modeling Long Lead Times Part 2
Modeling Long Lead Times Part 1
Sadistically Statistical Safety Stock
Mother Nature STILL Hates Your Supply Chain
Mother Nature Hates Your Supply Chain
What Is a Supply Chain?
Supply chains are intertwined networks companies use to produce and move products involving the coordination of internal and external operations.
Your Supply Chain Is Really Many Supply Chains - Best-in-Class Understand Them All
Your supply chain is many layers, both inbound and outbound. Best-in-Class companies know what they are, how they work, and how they can be improved.
Systems Thinking & The Supply Chain
Petroleum Supply Chain
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