SUPPLY CHAIN RESOURCE COOPERATIVE

  1. This week’s blog is a guest blog posted by Consider Digital, an online marketing company based in Kuala Lampur, Malaysia.  They shared with me some insights based on their experiences in data collection, considering the pros and cons of digital vs. paper-based market data collection.  These are important points for anyone in the early stages […]

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  2. This week the Supply Chain Resource Cooperative is holding an executive panel focused on the challenges of dealing with counterfeiting in the supply chain.  We will be hosting a number of major public and private sector participants including the Air Force, the Treasury, the pharmaceutical sector, consumer products sector, technology sector, and services sector.  All of these […]

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  3. In a recent article in Supply Chain Navigator, I spend some time discussing the interesting relationship between the introduction of wolves in Yellowstone Park, and the evolution of digital supply chains. When the wolves were all killed off in 1926 due to over-hunting, the elk population erupted, and the larger herds took a heavy toll […]

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  4. I recently published a white paper with Balaji Soundararajan and Joe Yacura, focused on the topic of data governance. The paper was published with the support of Bravo Solutions, and also included respondents from the SCRC. The study deals with an issue that most organizations face today: the overwhelming amount of data being collected and […]

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  5. It is no secret that future generations of managers are being asked to learn all about the different processes in the end-to-end supply chain, and be able to come together with others in a fast action plan when a disruption strikes. This capability in turn requires older generations of managers, often labeled “subject matter experts” […]

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  6. The relationship between sales and procurement has always been a contentious one, and the idea of a friendship evolving between the two functions is laughable in the minds of many managers I’ve met with. The issue at the core of this tension is the concept of value recognition. Sales account managers accuse procurement of being […]

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