SUPPLY CHAIN RESOURCE COOPERATIVE

  1. If there’s anything we’ve learned in the last year, it’s that prediction is not only much more difficult than it looks, but also that the volatility and uncertainty  in the global supply chain operating environment is making life a whole lot LESS predictable. Prediction generally involves developing some sort of forecast, and in this case, we aren’t […]

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  2. “Procurement Value Proposition” Recognized

    December 27, 2015
    by: handfield
    categories: Supply Chain Management

    My most recent book co-authored with Gerard Chick, the Procurement Value Proposition, has received some nice accolades recently.  The book was listed by Peter Smith of the site Spend Matters on the “Christmas Books for Procurement People“, based on Smith’s earlier review appearing back in May. Gerard Chick and I were recently interviewed by Kelly […]

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  3. I am excited to announce an academic conference being hosted by Professor Eda Kemahlioglu Ziya and myself on sustainable supply chain management strategies in February.  This is a follow-on session to the first conference of this sort held at Georgia Tech last year.   The goal of the workshop is to host academics who are exploring […]

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  4. The December 2015 SCRC meeting was held this week in the brand spanking new Talley Student Center, and was a resounding success.  We had over 200 people attend the student poster sessions on Monday, and almost 130 executives, students, and faculty attending the fantastic sessions on Tuesday. After highlighting some of the results from the […]

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  5. Gerard Chick and I were recently interviewed by Kelly Barner on the Buyer’s Meeting Point Blog Talk Radio yesterday, and this was posted on their site for any interested parties to view.  We spent a lot of time talking about the need to move up the maturity ladder, as well as the different sets of […]

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