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1. Big Investments in Supply Chain Tech from DHL
Robotics, AI, autonomous vehicles, renewable energy all grab headlines and promise great things as we move into the next year. Some of the projects that are in play are truly remarkable in the ways they ...
Created on 10 December 2018
2. When will blockchain overrun the supply chain?
... and their draw on the country’s energy supply is well know. And the number of bitcoin transactions is miniscule in comparison with the volume of transactions that make up the supply chain. For that matter ...
Created on 31 July 2018
3. The Rise of Logistics Tech Activates Entrepreneurs
... a great deal of time, energy and fuel driving inefficient routes and sitting in traffic. Determined and inspired by his experience on the road, he co-founded Route4Me. An avid bicyclist and traveler, George ...
Created on 30 August 2017
4. More 2017 Supply Chain Predictions
Lots of publications make yearly predictions (it's February and they're still flowing in....), but our favorites are those which actually explain the 'why' in deeper detail.Dan Gilmore on the Supply Chain ...
Created on 07 February 2017
5. WalMart's Sustainability Goals for 2025
WalMart has pushed its supply chain sustainability goals for years and achieved impressive results. They've recently looked out to the year 2025 and have updated goals and created new ones.WalMart may ...
Created on 14 November 2016
6. Raining on Your Supply Chain Parade
Supply chain managers spend a lot of time and energy on risk. One aspect that's becoming more important due to climate change is extreme rainfall.Its impact on the transportation network is significan ...
Created on 12 August 2016
7. Using Behavior to Your Advantage
... of moleskin for blisters, pedometers, how much water to bring, and who will be our support vehicle if something goes awry. This creates a tremendous amount of focus and energy around the act of going for ...
Created on 04 December 2015
8. When The Weather Gets Rough, Retail Goes Omni-Channel To Survive
... retailers have taken to maximize their investment in inventory while providing a convenient place for customers to pick up their purchases. Retailers that invest the time and energy to study consumer’s ...
Created on 06 May 2015
9. March Manufacturing Numbers
Economic activity in the manufacturing sector continued to grow in March, albeit not at a fast pace. According to information released by the Institute for Supply Management (ISM), the majority of segments ...
Created on 09 April 2015
10. Climate Change-Related Risks
...  change.On the Breaking Energy site, Roman Kilisek describes the state of preparedness across the world and discusses best practices. Read the article HERE. ...
Created on 17 February 2015
11. Getting Small
...  or any other power supply because it harvests energy from surrounding radio waves. When these are being produced in quantity the price will be competitive with RFID tags and can be embedded in common  ...
Created on 22 September 2014
12. Whole Body Learning
... gestures when telling stories – because you learn and convey messages by moving and expressing. Moving also helps to dissipate nervous energy that makes it much harder to concentrate and focus. This is ...
Created on 26 September 2013
13. LEED and Sustainable Purchasing
... w the LEED program for energy efficiency can be a model for sustainable purchasing programs. Read about it HERE. ...
Created on 30 July 2013
14. Stakeholders Bringing in the 5th Edition PMBOK
... have a concrete plan in how we will manager our stakeholders, our best intentions can fall to the wayside as other project priorities consume the team’s time and energy. This is why having a Stakeholder ...
Created on 25 July 2013
15. Business Case For Enterprise Social Networks
... ain is facing a lot of hurdles, some new and some not. So now we have global competition, transportation costs, shorter shelf lives, energy costs and others. Is an Enterprise Social Network the answer?  ...
Created on 29 April 2013
16. To PMP® or to Not PMP® – That is the Question
... ing to keep active. Rebuttal: When you earn your PMP credential, you do not just join a Fraternity or Sorority in which all that is required is an initial energy dump and then you are a member for li ...
Created on 28 April 2013
17. Insourcing and the Supply Chain
... China to two hours in Louisville. On the way from the cheap Chinese factory to the expensive Kentucky factory, the material cost went down. The labor required to make it went down. The quality went up. Even th ...
Created on 02 April 2013
18. Supply Chain To Supply Circle
...  and materials in circulation. Hence the term "Supply Circle". Economic growth in emerging markets is creating a huge demand for resources. Energy, water, minerals and steel contribute to higher commodi ...
Created on 26 March 2013
19. Pursuing Change
... on so much negative energy? One hypothesis is that we may be wired to fear change. Imagine our ancestors in nomadic times as they assessed their surroundings for any sign of change and possible danger, ...
Created on 22 March 2013
20. EDI Workers Over Age 50 and Biases
... ns so that winning a legal action becomes very difficult to prove (no witnesses, no paper trail). I advise anyone not to go through the process unless it is an iron clad case. Use your energy and time concentrat ...
Created on 20 March 2013