The Essential Reference Guide for a Supply Chain Leader

Cerasis

In this blog he provides a simple reference guide to better yourself as a supply chain leader. Twitter Facebook Google+ LinkedIn The post The Essential Reference Guide for a Supply Chain Leader appeared first on Transportation Management Company | Cerasis. Editor's Note: Today's blog is by Dr. Muddassir Ahmed of muddassirism.com. Why Focus? Supplier Development is a proactive & reactive business process that aims to increase the performance.

Great References for Preparing for the Future Role of Business Translator

Supply Chain Matters

To follow-on with our just published Supply Chain Matters Top Ten Most Popular Blogs in 2018 highlights, we explore other supply chain management web destinations highlights of what was most top-of-mind content last year.

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Praise to APICS in Efforts to Update SCOR Reference Model

Supply Chain Matters

APICS made a noteworthy announcement regarding a planned new iteration of The Supply Chain Operations Reference Model-SCOR, to help industry supply chain teams manage changing business and decision-making process needs. Operations management Prescriptive or Predictive Analytics Procurement and Sourcing Sales and Operations Planning Supply Chain Performance Supply chain Matters blog Supply Chain Operations Reference Model-SCOR

Technology Reference Model for Stage 5 Maturity Supply Chain Planning

E2open

Read more to find out how the Technology Reference Model for Stage 5 Digital Planning Maturity brings everything together to show what a Stage 5 digital planning environment would look like. Technology Reference Model 5 Maturity Supply Chain Planning Tim Payne, 13 June 2018.

Building AI to Unlearn Bias in Recruiting

referred to as unconscious bias. Building AI to Unlearn Bias in. Recruiting How to use AI and machine learning to ensure diversity in the. workforce By the creators of AllyO, the end-to-end AI recruiter www.allyo.com hello@allyo.com Bias is a problem we.

Aceelerating Productivity Needs of Supply Chain Reference Model Initiatives

Supply Chain Matters

As many of our readers may be aware, the Supply-Chain Operations Reference Model (SCOR) was developed by the Supply Chain Council (now APICS Supply Chain Council) to assist multi-industry and organizational supply chain organizations make meaningful and rapid improvements in supply chain business processes.

APICS 2018 Will Provide New Insights As Always

CHAINalytics

Blog Integrated Demand & Supply Planning Managed Analytics APICS Blockchain Last Mile Delivery Managed Analytics Services S&OP Statistical Forecasting as a Service Supply Chain Reference Model

Business Process Foundations for Supply Chain Wide Visibility

Supply Chain Matters

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Kinaxis- A New Named Sponsor for Supply Chain Matters in 2015

Supply Chain Matters

Sales and Operations Planning Site Reference Information Site Sponsorship Information Supply Chain Performance Supply Chain Technology Kinaxis Kinaxis Inc. We are pleased to announce to our global based Supply Chain Matters readership audience that Kinaxis has returned to be a Named sponsor of this blog in 2015. Kinaxis was one of the very first sponsors of this blog upon our founding in 2008, and we look forward to a renewed relationship during the coming year.

Significant Announcement Between APICS and JD.com in Supply Chain Management Skills Development

Supply Chain Matters

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Your Supply Chain Probably Has a Data Problem - Start There

Internet of Things (IoT) IoT refers to the billions of physical devices around the world that are now. A Blueprint For Supply Chain Transformation The Data First Approach Introduction Over the past few decades, supply chains have evolved from a sub-function.

Supply Chain Matters Again Cited as Top Supply Chain Website

Supply Chain Matters

Blog Awards and Citations Site Reference Information supply chain and B2B industry analyst Bob Ferrari''s blog Supply chain Matters blog top ten supply chain management blogs Top Ten Supply Chain Websites

Our Best Supply Chain Matters Readership Month To-Date

Supply Chain Matters

Site Reference Information Sponsorship Opportunities blogs- independent analysis and opinion on supply chains independent supply chain and B2B industry analyst Bob Ferrari''s blog Supply chain Matters blog There is often a view that during the summer months, when many take vacation time to enjoy warm weather, family and friends, that social media interest focused on the broad spectrum of supply chain management wanes. That was not the case with Supply Chain Matters.

Supply Chain Matters Announces Enhanced Research Center

Supply Chain Matters

Site Reference Information Supply chain Matters blog supply_chain_matters The Ferrari Consulting and Research Group Industry Research Advisory Services Since the founding of the Supply Chain Matters blog in 2008, our goal remains to produce industry analyst caliber insights and commentary for our readers.

Updated Supply Chain Matters Copyright Notice

Supply Chain Matters

About Site Reference Information Supply chain Matters blog We want to update all of our readers that Supply Chain Matters® has recently been granted a registered trademark.

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Who said supply chains are boring?: By the Numbers: IBM's Supply.

Supply Chains Rock

IBM just published its annual corporate responsibility summary for 2010 and Ive pulled out the latest highlights referring to Big Blues supply chain: - 27,000 suppliers in nearly 100 countries. Who said supply chains are boring? Whenever I tell a friend, colleague or family member about my job as soon as the words "supply chain" are muttered I immediately see glassy eyes followed by a yawn or two.

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Working Capital Management: Two Challenges and How to Address Them

River Logic

This is generally referred to as how liquid a company is. Working Capital seems easy enough to understand. Divide a company’s current assets by its current liabilities and you get a ratio that helps you determine how easily a company could cover its short term debt.

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Why Shippers Love Supply Chain Visibility

PLS Logistics

Visibility refers to understanding what goes on between the start and end of a process. With supply chain visibility, companies can analyze data and evaluate suppliers, processes and prices. Freight Supply Chain Shipments Visibility Supply Chain Disruptions

The Difference Between Visibility and Transparency Within Your Supply Chain

Supply Chain Link

While both phrases are used to reference many of the same things, there are differences in their connotations in. The terms “visibility” and “transparency” are often used interchangeably in the logistics world.

What Are Dark Warehouses and What Do I Need to Know?

Cerasis

According to Ben Ames of DC Velocity , dark warehouses refer to the full automation of material handling equipment, warehouse execution systems , and automatic identification of inventory and shipments. The word ‘dark’ refers to the lack of human input in the facility.

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The Future of Supply Chain Has Arrived: A Look at the Sentient Supply Chain

PLS Logistics

The “sentient supply chain” refers to a supply chain that’s nodes communicate 24/7. A new term to describe a supply chain that is all-seeing, real-time, productive, optimized, and cognitive has recently emerged.

The Worst Supply Chain in North America

Logistics Viewpoints

This is part of the supply chain that the oil industry refers to as “upstream.” […]. I’ve been doing some research on the unconventional oil supply chain. Unconventional oil includes crude oil from shale and oil sands.

How Brexit Affects Cloud-based EDI Solutions Vendors

Descartes

The Brexit, an abbreviation for British Exit, refers to Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union. A referendum – a vote in which citizens take part – was held on June 23, 2016 to decide whether UK should leave the European Union.

B2B eCommerce Changes Supply Chain Management and Operations

Descartes

It refers to the selling of products and services between businesses through an online sales portal. B2B ecommerce is short for business to business electronic commerce.

Supply Chain Matters Highlights of Oracle Open World 2016 Conference- Summary Impressions

Supply Chain Matters

As a reference, our prior blog commentaries included: Highlights of Oracle’s Q1 FY17 financial performance last week leading-up to OpenWorld Our initial on-site Commentary One posting highlighting Larry Ellison’s […]. This Editor once again attended the Oracle Open World conference in San Francisco this week and Supply Chain Matters has been publishing impressions throughout the week.

Benefits of Utilizing a Smart Warehouse Within Your Supply Chain

Supply Chain Link

In technological terms, the word “smart” is used to refer to a device or product that is run by computing power and is. Due to advancements in technology, warehouses have been transformed into much more than just a simple facility to store inventory.

Supply Chain by Design onThree Things That Supply Chain Managers Should Know about Artificial Intelligence

Supply Chain Digest

This Blog Describes how the Term, Artificial Intelligence, is Being Used in Order to Identify Accurate and Inaccurate References

Three Mega Trends Driving Gartner Stage 5 Supply Chain Planning

ToolsGroup

and in a recent report ( Technology Reference Model for Stage 5 Maturity Supply Chain Planning, June 2018 ) they see three “mega trends” driving that vision. Gartner says that clients are increasingly asking, “What will the future of supply chain planning look like?”

Is Flowcasting the Supply Chain Only for the Few?

The Network Effect

Flowcasting has often been referred to as ‘the Holy Grail’ of demand driven supply chain planning (and rightly so). Driving the entire supply chain across multiple enterprises from sales at the store shelf right back to the factory.

Good to the Last Mile

CHAINalytics

In fact, it comes from the telecommunications industry and refers to the installation and delivery of communication services to the end client. Bryan Wyatt | Senior Manager, Transportation | Chainalytics The term “last mile” originated outside our industry. In the realm of transportation, though, last-mile delivery means the item’s final destination in the supply chain … The post Good to the Last Mile appeared first on Chainalytics. Blog Transportation

Supply Chain Management Best Practices: Reliability

PLS Logistics

Supply chain reliability refers to the degree to which a supply chain yields consistent performance. Increasing reliability, reducing inventory and preparing for demand are top priorities for supply chain professionals.

What Exactly Is Omnichannel 2.0 and How Is It Different?

Cerasis

While omnichannel refers to the integration and seamless experience across channels for supply chain partners, omnichannel 2.0 Omnichannel is a term frequently used in today’s modern supply chain management.

How Important is the Internal Supply Chain?

All Things Supply Chain

Without sounding painstakingly obvious, it refers to the chain of activities within a company, specifically, purchasing, production, sales and distribution. What exactly is the internal supply chain?

Supply Chain Matters Highlights of Oracle OpenWorld 2016- Commentary Three

Supply Chain Matters

As a reference, our prior blog commentaries included: Highlights of Oracle’s Q1 FY17 financial performance last week Our initial on-site Commentary One posting Our Commentary Two posting. This Editor is once again attending the Oracle Open World conference here in San Francisco and Supply Chain Matters is publishing impressions throughout the week.

Nine Myths of S&OP Technology Selection

Supply Chain Shaman

In this report, I list 35 vendors and share the strengths and considerations based on demonstrations, discussions with references and my discussions with clients. The problem is that it is new, and in reference calls with users, companies are still working out the kinks.

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