In this third Supply Chain Matters reader update, we highlight the ongoing supply chain and manufacturing implications of the labor strike involving the three U.S. unionized auto companies.
Supply Chain Matters shares interview highlights with ASCM CEO Abe Eshkenazi in conjunction with this years ASCM CONNECT 2023 Conference.
On this Labor Day holiday, the Supply Chain Matters blog extends our salute and recognition to the many supply chain workers who plan, procure, coordinate, and directly support the movement of multi-industry components and finished products to respective markets and to businesses and consumers.
The International Brotherhood of Teamsters labor union announced yesterday that 86.3 percent of UPS union workers have now voted to ratify the newly negotiated five-year labor agreement.
Supply Chain Matters highlights for readers insights and key observations from the recently published Korn Ferry 2023 Supply Chain Talent Study
The Renewed Importance of Production Planning and Scheduling in the New Normal- The Talent Challenge
Supply Chain Matters provides the third in a multi-part series addressing the renewed importance of production planning and scheduling in this existing uncertain and constantly changing business environment. This update addresses the equally growing importance for securing and retaining needed talent for companies who are considering or have invested in more responsive Cloud based software technology supporting tactical and operational planning supporting process and batch manufacturing process environments.
Supply Chain Matters highlights yet another order milestone for the commercial aircraft industry and its supply networks.
Supply Chain Matters updates readers on actions occurring yesterday as some Amazon workers across multiple facilities walked out to demonstrate grievances with management.
The Supply Chain Matters blog provides highlights of the ASCM 2023 Salary and Career Report released this week which depicts responses depicting high job satisfaction and compensation levels. In the area of increasing Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, the responses indicate some narrowing of gaps but added efforts needed.
On International Woman’s Day 2023, Supply Chain Matters highlights for readers a United Nations report that places a spotlight on digital equality and equal rights.
Supply Chain Matters highlights results of a study conducted among U.S. based middle market manufacturing industry regarding what this segment has accomplished in 2022, and the challenges viewed for 2023.
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