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How should companies find the right people and what should they do to hold onto them? Ted Stank has some answers. He is the chair of excellence in business in the Department of Marketing and Supply Chain Management at the University of Tennessee.
Kevin Smith, CEO of Sustainable Supply Chain Consulting, takes over as the new chair of the Council of Supply Chain Professionals. Hear what his plans are for the organization during the coming year.
The American Logistics Aid Network's executive director Kathy Fulton describes the role of the organization and how it has made a difference in the lives of many.
The Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals CEO and President Rick Blasgen talks about what his organization is doing to help managers in their current and future roles.
Michelle Zhang of LeanCor is one of this year winners of the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals Emerging Leader Awards. She talks about her career to date and her thoughts on the criticality of visibility in supply chain success.
Prof. Bob Lieb of Northeastern University analyzes the results of his annual survey of the CEOs of major third party logistics companies operating in North America, Europe and Asia that focuses on the evolution of the third party logistics industry.
Mike Regan, the founder of TranzAct Technologies is the 2014 recipient of the CSCMP Distinguished Service Award. Here discusses trends in supply chain management, how they're impacting the industry, and separating the good from the great.
Rick Blasgen, president of CSCMP, is the Chair of the Advisory Committee on Supply Chain Competitiveness, advising the Secretary of Commerce on issues that affect the supply chain sector. He provides an update on the group's mission and activities.
Lou Ferretti, the project executive for developing and leading global and strategic programs within IBM's Integrated Supply Chain and across IBM's global supplier network discusses IBM's supplier & supply chain risk tool and process.
Mark Richards, vice president of Associated Warehouses Inc., shares insights gleaned from more than three decades of experience, including advice on leading an "inspired supply chain."
Florian Schick of Merck Serono—Germany and a recipient of the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP) Emerging Leader Award, outlines why the supply chain field offers such great career opportunities for young professionals.
John Vogt, global logistics vice president for Halliburton, a major oil and gas services company, discusses the many complex and interesting logistical challenges of operating in hard-to-reach and sometimes dangerous locations around the world.
Shanton Wilcox, principal and North American lead for logistics and fulfillment with Capgemini Consulting, introduces his firm's Global Trade and Container Flow Index and explains the value that data can provide to supply chain professionals.
Jack Ampuja, president of the consulting firm Supply Chain Optimizers, discusses how packaging optimization helps companies improve supply chain efficiency, sometimes in unexpected ways.
Rick Blasgen, president and CEO of the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP), speaks about commemorating the group's 50th anniversary and its vision for the future as the leading global association for supply chain executives.
Bradley S. Jacobs, CEO of XPO Logistics, discusses growth trends in the brokerage, freight forwarding and expedited transportation sectors, and outlines plans to expand deeper into freight brokerage and enter the transportation management category.
Prof. Bob Lieb of Northeastern University analyzes the results of his annual survey of CEOs of major third-party logistics companies operating in North America, Europe, and Asia, which focuses on the evolution of the third-party logistics industry.
Mary Long, vice president of logistics and network planning at Domino's Pizza and a member of CSCMP's board of directors, shares her passionate advocacy for bringing students and young professionals into careers in supply chain management.
In Part II, Pioneers Dee Biggs, Bob Camp, Howard Gochberg, Roger Kallock, and James Stock discuss the evolution of the supply chain management profession over the past 50 years.
In the series premiere, Pioneers Joe Andraski, George Gecowets, Roger Kallock, and Mark Richards discuss the emergence of logistics and supply chain management and the early days of CSCMP.
Our fifth episode features Pioneers Joe Andraski, Howard Gochberg, Tom Speh, and Fran Tucker discussing the rise of supply chain executives to the corporate board room level.
Part II features Pioneers Ann Drake, Ralph Drayer, Nancy Haslip, and Rick Schorr discussing the rise of supply chain executives to the corporate board room level.
In our third episode, Pioneers Ralph Drayer, George Gecowets, Nancy Haslip, and Roger Kallock discuss the evolution of the supply chain management profession over the past 50 years.
Part II continues our discussion of the current state of the supply chain profession with Pioneers Justin Zubrod, Richard Murphy, Tim Richards, and Fran Tucker.
In Part II, Pioneers Bob Camp, Ann Drake, Cliff Lynch, Rick Schorr, and Jim Stock discuss the emergence of logistics and supply chain management and the early days of CSCMP.
For our eighth episode, we’re joined by Pioneers Ken Ackerman, Dee Biggs, John Bowersox, and Mark Richards for a discussion of the current state of the supply chain management profession.
The Supply Chain Pioneers series concludes as all of the Pioneers gather together to discuss the future of the supply chain management discipline and its premier association, the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals.
In our 10th installment, we bring all of the Pioneers (and their crystal balls) together to share their predictions about the future and “the next big thing” in supply chain management.
Episode 7 brings all of the Pioneers together for a group discussion of key trends in the logistics and supply chain management business over the past five decades.
There's been a lot of buzz lately about same-day delivery. To make that happen, says Kevin Reader of System Logistics, DCs must have the right systems and processes in place to enable same-day shipment.
Marcello Robertson of Viastore Systems explains the benefits of order-picking systems, automated storage/retrieval systems (AS/RS) and automated miniload systems, and other technologies for high-velocity distribution centers.
Ken Ruehrdanz, market manager for distribution and warehousing systems at Dematic, explains the goods-to-person trend in order fulfillment and tells us what is driving the growing interest in this new approach to replenishment.
David Schneider, marketing manager for Hänel Storage Systems, recounts a recent conversation with a customer that highlighted how modern inventory management systems can improve inventory accuracy and availability.
Steve Schwietert, vice president for integrated systems sales at TGW Systems Inc., takes a look at some of the most important trends in direct-to-consumer and multichannel distribution.
Robert Sheehan of the National Science Foundation's National Center for Supply Chain Technology Education discusses the center's work with academia and industry to create the new workforce that will drive the U.S. and world economies.
Richard Sherman, Director of Strategic Development for the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP), discusses his new book, Supply Chain Transformation: Practical Roadmap to Best Practice Results.
Mark Wheeler, director of supply chain solutions for Motorola Solutions Inc., discusses the evolving role and critical importance of warehouses and DCs in business success, and what tools and technology can drive that success.
John White, president of the supply chain consulting firm Fortna, discusses key market trends, including the very hot topics of e-commerce and multichannel distribution.
Charles Zosel, vice president at the consulting firm TZA, highlights current trends in the way companies are optimizing labor performance and operational effectiveness across the entire supply chain.
Steve Forbes, chairman and editor-in-chief of Forbes Media, talks about the critical role of logistics and supply chain in the global economy, and why he thinks less government intervention in markets will lead to a stronger economy.