Gartner’s survey analysis: Women in Supply Chain 2016

Supply Chain Movement

Gartner Survey Analysis Women in Supply Chain 2016. Malaysia.

Probabilistic Forecasting: Right Fit for Your Business?

Supply Chain Shaman

These include data inputs, data model fit, engines, outputs, visualization, ease of use, workflow/what-if analysis, master data, and integration. Customers include Qantas, Air France, Lufthansa, and Malaysia Airlines.

Speculation and Shipping in the South China Sea


The historic line still claimed by Beijing—despite contrary findings—referred to rather accurately when drawn out on a map as “the cow’s tongue,” covers the Paracel Islands, the Scarborough Shoal, the Spratlys, and sidles right up to several Southeast Asian countries’ borders: namely, Brunei, Vietnam, Malaysia, and the Philippines. Analysis

Data collection: electronic or manual?


This week’s blog is a guest blog posted by Consider Digital, an online marketing company based in Kuala Lampur, Malaysia. Pros: Data gathering through electronic tools is most effective when the data generated through a well-constructed questionnaire can be fed in for analysis directly without any need for further data cleaning. Digitizing information collected on paper based surveys and analysis allows for erroneous entries.

Mindmap High-Tech Supply Chain 4.0

Supply Chain Movement

Malaysia. A technology revolution is rapidly changing the way we work, providing threats and opportunities along the way. These developments impact Original Equipment Manufacturers, both at strategic level and at operational level within their supply chains.

Mindmap for Supply Chain Execution 24/7

Supply Chain Movement

Malaysia. These challenges require a keener analysis of the demands placed on supply chain execution: Check. Customers are becoming more demanding all the time: they increasingly expect personalised offers, available globally and round the clock.

Mindmap for the Fashion & Luxury Goods Market

Supply Chain Movement

Malaysia. The most important route to supply chain improvement is through true collaboration between retailers, distributors, brand owners, manufacturers and their suppliers based on demand-driven information and analysis.

Logistics Services Providers Shift Investment Focus Outside BRIC Markets

BluJay Solutions

Source: The Agility Emerging Markets Logistics Index , sponsored by Agility and compiled by Transport Intelligence (Ti), the leading provider of expert research and analysis to the global logistics industry.


SCM Map Europe: European location decisions remain complex

Supply Chain Movement

Notably, Aon’s analysis ranks Poland equal with Russia with respect to political risk. Malaysia. Supply chains in Europe are facing a wide variety of changes.

Professor Yossi Sheffi on Resilience, Visibility, and Biggest Risks this Holiday Season


He is an expert in systems optimization, risk analysis, and supply chain management, which are the subjects he teaches and researches at MIT. Now, though, we might go to China for some things, but for assembly we might go to Vietnam, Malaysia, or more recently, an African country.

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Benchmarking Success: Focus on what Matters

Logistics Bureau

The Thailand business grew along with expansion into China, Korea, Malaysia and Indonesia. After modelling and analysis, we assessed that costs could be cut by 62 percent, and with no capital investment.

7 Mini Case Studies: Successful Supply Chain Cost Reduction and Management

Logistics Bureau

The company began with a pilot operation using a manufacturer in Malaysia. Aside from having too many disparate and redundant processes, the company had multiple IT solutions, none of which provided a holistic view of the supply chain or supported focused analysis. Procurement analysis.

STEM Education helps Students Think Critically

Enterra Insights

Dr. Logendra Ponniah, a member of the faculty of Arts & Social Sciences at Taylor’s University in Malaysia, cites Christopher Hitchens, who once said, “The essence of the independent mind lies not in what it thinks, but in how it thinks.”[2] Bloom’s original taxonomy classified six categories of cognitive processes: Knowledge; Comprehension; Application; Analysis; Synthesis; and Evaluation.