The Supply Chain Matters blog provides Part Two in a series of postings addressing the important tenets of having a meaningful supply chain analytics roadmap and decision-making capability. Part Two focuses on the people aspects of an advanced analytics capability.
The Supply Chain Matters blog provides highlights and takeaways of the Association for Supply Chain Management (ASCM)’s annual conference.
The Supply Chain Matters blog highlights a recent supply chain focused employee sentiment study and shares a conversation on the importance of constantly assessing such important information for proactive employee retention.
The Supply Chain Matters blog highlights three published forecasts addressing expected retail sales for this holiday fulfillment period, along with the likely implications for supply chain management teams
The Supply Chain Matters blog highlights a joint announcement from the National Retail Federation Foundation and the Association for Supply Chain Management Foundation in launching a new warehouse customer fulfillment training certificate.
The Supply Chain Matters blog provides an editorial commentary reflecting on the eventual need for new thinking and different directions in supply chain sourcing and customer fulfillment.
The Supply Chain Matters blog highlights an SEC finding citing Kraft Heinz for improper procurement and accounting practices along with the takeaway implications for global supply chain management teams.
With the Labor Day holiday being observed in the United States, the Supply Chain Matters blog highlights new recruiting programs being initiated by two significant retailers and how recruiting and retaining employees has become more important.
The purpose of this Supply Chain Matters editorial perspective is to clarify the now more visible realities of global based supply chain management, procurement, manufacturing and logistics teams.
The ongoing challenges and cascading disruptive events whether man-made or natural disaster related have become far more visible and sobering across global markets. It is time for supply chain leaders, if they have not done so thus far, to take a step back to assess the bigger picture particularly related to supply network resiliency, product management strategies and the ongoing physical and mental health of work teams.
The Supply Chain Matters blog continues a series focused on assisting industry supply chain management teams in their planning and tactical strategies for the second half 2021. Continued demand and supply imbalance gaps exist now only in business but in the availability of supply chain talent.
The Supply Chain Matters blog provides a commentary as well as perspectives on the news that President and CEO of CSCMP will soon be retiring.
The Ferrari Consulting and Research Group thru the medium of the Supply Chain Matters blog, unveils our summary of 2021 Predictions for Industry and Global Chains and what supply chain management teams should expect in the coming year.