SUPPLY CHAIN RESOURCE COOPERATIVE

  1. I visited Calgary, Alberta this week, and found it to be an odd environment indeed! Oil has leveled off at $60/bbl, major companies have all gone through major budget cuts, have cut headcount and released hundreds of supply chain managers and others to reduce payroll. At the same time, a drive through the streets of Calgary is held up […]

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  2. I had the opportunity to visit with the American Red Cross in Charlotte, NC yesterday, and held a negotiation workshop with the supply chain directors and managers.  This was at the request of my good friend, Tom Nash, who I have known since 2000, when he was an IT Sourcing executive at Shell Oil in […]

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  3. I am delighted to share with readers of my blog the announcement of a new report completed by Jay Golden from Duke University and myself, that was released today at 11 AM and announced by Tom Vilsack, Secretary of the Department of Agriculture.  The report, the BioPreferred Program’s Report to Congress, “An Economic Impact Analysis of the […]

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  4. A recent review by Peter Smith of my new book, “The Procurement Value Proposition”, co-authored with Gerard Chick, provides some solid support for the message Gerard and I were seeking to develop.  Peter Smith is a writer for the organization Spend Matters, which has spawned a UK division as well.  In his review, Peter calls […]

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  5. One of my recent students from last year, Gaurav Chhabra, just graduated this semester, and landed a job in Apple’s supply chain organization.  I had a chance to catch up with Guarav today, and we chatted briefly about his experience in the Jenkins MBA program, the role of the Supply Chain Resource Cooperative in helping to shape […]

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