Category Archives: Process Management

Oct 24

The S&S-Sales Force and Supply Chain

Sales forces want to sell. Supply Chain wants to deliver, but with understanding of the cost to the enterprise and the physical realities of warehousing and transport.  The part in the last sentence after the word “but” is where the … Read More

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Feb 09

Its In the Details

The attached article is a good essay on why details are so important to transportation shipments. https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/unsung-heroes-supply-chain-management-transportation-becker-pmp-mba?published=t In the world of import-exports there are ways to get big fines for your organization, which not only money for the fine itself, … Read More

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Jan 15

Business Interruption Insurance and the Supply Chain

There has been a lot written about planning for supply chain risk and resilient supply chains. Insurers looking to cut claim costs on business interruption insurance now realize planning for supply chain risk and resilience cut significantly cut claim costs … Read More

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Nov 09

Staying current

Small and medium businesses  try to exist in world where many of their customers and suppliers are big time buyers and suppliers with their sophisticated requirements. The supply chain / logistics  managers in these firms can best benefit their firm … Read More

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Oct 09

Software Sales

Efficient and productive are not terms utilized with software implementations. And there are so many reasons why. Supply Chain Managers trying to resolve the problems of the day have to turn that aside for  short while to contemplate the future … Read More

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Jul 27

Plant visit

Much of the literature of the supply chain is on the exciting stuff of grand overviews and the latest amazing software tools. There is a place for that. Little is written in most of these book, articles and web blogs … Read More

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