This Supply Chain Matters This Week in Supply Chain Tech commentary provides highlights and added perspectives on this week announcement regarding Kinaxis’s completed acquisition of supply chain execution B2B SaaS platform provider MPO.
Supply Chain Matters highlights added manufacturing and supply chain developments involving electric vehicle automotive producers at the 2022 mid-year point. Producers highlighted include Tesla, Volkswagen, Rivian Automotive and General Motors.
The Supply Chain Matters blog highlights a series of confusing declarations made by Tesla’s Founder and CEO regarding the auto maker’s workforce management plans
Supply Chain Matters highlights two recent examples of turnover among senior supply chain leadership among two global automotive companies that occurred in days of one another.
Supply Chain Matters provides highlights of a senior supply chain leadership model, that being branded workwear apparel provider and retailer Carhartt
The Supply Chain Matters blog highlights electric vehicle producer’s Tesla’s Q4 and 2021 full year operational performance, along with challenges anticipated in 2022.
Supply Chain Matters updated news capsule highlights ongoing boom in carrier and logistics services provider profitability levels occurring amid unprecedented supply chain disruption. The need for added focus in overcoming lack of synchronization of supply chain execution movements and information flow.
In this Supply Chain Matters commentary we focus on this week’s sobering report from the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) that provides stark conclusions on the state of our planet along with our perspectives on the implications to existing Corporate Sustainability and Social Responsibility (CSR) initiatives.
The Supply Chain Matters blog provides added perspective on Apple’s reported Q2-2021 profit explosion and the realities of the company’s significant market and global supply network influence.
Supply Chain Matters Podcast Episode 13- New Manifestations of Lean and Connected Manufacturing with Richard Lebovitz
The Supply Chain Matters blog announces availability of Podcast Episode 13- New Manifestations of Lean and Connected Manufacturing. Moderator Bob Ferrari speaks with Richard Lebovitz, widely recognized thought leader in lean thinking and just-in-time manufacturing processes and the Founder and CEO of Austin Texas based LeanDNA.
The Supply Chain Matters blogs provides a guest blog contribution from Richard Lebovitz describing how new Lean thinking, artificial intelligence and connected factory management will lead the new age of manufacturing.
The Supply Chain Matters blog highlights global consumer electronics designer Apple’s blowout holiday quarter in both financial and supply network operational performance.