Wal-Mart held its annual meeting of stockholders last week and declared that the world’s largest retailer has started to invent the future of shopping again. While one large retailer can portray an optimistic view of the future, the reality is that former methods, practices and culture are all subject to added change.
Executive Editor Bob Ferrari had the opportunity to attend the annual conference of the Institute for Supply Management (ISM) annual conference and shares summary highlights and important takeaways for supply management teams.
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