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1. Supply Chains Prepare for Political Impacts
(News)
The frenetic and sometimes chaotic-seeming political atmosphere we've been experiencing tends to keep supply chain managers and planners up at night.Thankfully, thoughtful analysts like Bob Ferrarri are ...
Created on 28 March 2017
2. A Broader Set of 2017 Predictions
(News)
Many publications stick to technology in making predictions for the future. One thing I really like about the Supply Chain Matters site is its broader perspective.In his annual article on the new year's ...
Created on 10 January 2017
3. 2016 In the Read View Mirror
(News)
2016 was quite a year, wasn't it? Supply Chain Digest's Dan Gilmore boils down the top trends and stories in a concise article about what made it so interesting.As usual, a lot of it's technology, but ...
Created on 10 January 2017
4. Trump's Impact on Supply Chains
(News)
Supply chain professionals are the many folks stuggling to figure out what a Trump presidency will mean.Kevin O'Marah takes a shot at predicting how actions associated with the President-elect's previo ...
Created on 03 January 2017
5. The Election and the Supply Chain
(News)
For a different perspective on Donald Trump's election, we look to Bob Ferrarri on the Supply Chain Matters site. He takes a little deeper dive into supply chain-specific effects.Again, although the result ...
Created on 14 November 2016
6. Spend Matters View of Trump's Election
(News)
The surprise 'win' by Donald Trump at the polls has shaken things up a bit. That could be the understatement of the year....Jason Busch, on the Spend Matters site, looks at the high level impact on procuremen ...
Created on 14 November 2016
7. Omnichannel Nirvana
(Retail)
...  all the delivery options available from online purchases, 75% of consumers prefer free "expedited" shipping with 2-3 day delivery. That even trumps next day shipping with only a minor upcharge. So it's  ...
Created on 16 April 2014
8. Global Business, Trade Sanctions, and Taxation Affect Everyone
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Just when doing business on a global scale seemed to be getting more manageable there is an increasing number of signs that indicate gamesmanship is going to trump openness... sooner than later. If there ...
Created on 07 April 2014
9. Big Data Trumps Big Research
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Will Big Data put traditional research methods out of business? Or is there room for both approaches?In a Forbes article, Peter Daboll comes down pretty solidly on the side of Big Data. Check out his 5 ...
Created on 16 December 2013
10. Survey on Sustainability
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Building sustainability into the supply chain is almost universally agreed to be a good thing. However, where the rubber meets the road, cost control sometimes trumps it.ROI is the king, and sustainability ...
Created on 21 August 2013