The Supply Chain Brief Stay At Home Reading List

In April 2020, we reached out to our subscribers and asked for book, ebook, and article recommendations so that we could create a reading list that would be useful during your time at home. We hope this list will help you find something new to read and give you useful knowledge to help you grow in your professional life!


The Goal, Eliyahu M. Goldratt.

“This book was an easy read for me because it is in the format of a story. It easily kept my attention. Even though it is an older book, it is still applicable today.” -Justin Sullivan

Fundamentals of Supply Chain Management, Kenneth B. Ackerman.

“I enjoyed this book because it gave such a broad overview of the supply chain industry. Even though it is a bit older it is still relevant today. Additionally, Ackerman's monthly newsletter subscription Warehousing Forum is a great way to get a quick lesson on a variety of leadership and supply chain topics, as well as get a summary of other industry publications that have recently come out.” -Justin Sullivan

Prediction Machines, Ajay Agrawal, Joshua Gans and Avi Goldfarb.

Transition Point: From Steam to the Singularity, Sean Culey.

The Warehouse, Rob Hart.


COVID-19 Update: A Good Wake Up Call for Singapore Logistics, Dr. Raymon Krishnan.


A Digital Transformation Guide for Supply Chain Disruptions, Logility.