29 Jan
By admin In Podcast Posted January 29, 2008
I talk with Gyöngyi Kovács, using the magic of Skype, about Sustainable Supply Chains, and what it means to focus on sustainment as a core principle in supply chain management. To learn more about Professor Kovács, visit her profile at http://www.hanken.fi/staff/kovacs/. She has a strong research and personal interest in sustainment, and in humanitarian supply […]
18 Jan
By admin In Podcast Posted January 18, 2008
This is the second half of Kate Vitasek’s presentation on Performance Based Logistics at CSCMP in Philadelphia. Kate is the founder, and Managing Partner, of Supply Chain Visions. You can reach Kate via email at: kate@scvisions.com Download: Kate Vitasek and PBL Part 2 http://media.blubrry.com/scit/p/sctoday.net/node/media.blubrry.com/SCIT/p/SCToday.net/files/audio/07_Kate_Vitasek_Part_2.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download
18 Nov
By admin In Podcast Posted November 18, 2007
Part one of Kate Vitasek’s presentation on Performance Based Logistics at CSCMP 2007 in Philadelphia. Kate is the founder, and Managing Partner, of Supply Chain Visions. Companies are turning to a new approach known as performance based logistics (PBL) as a strategy for outsourcing their logistics operations. Thought leaders agree that a PBL approach creates […]
7 Nov
By admin In Podcast Posted November 7, 2007
I presented my paper on Podcasting in Supply Chain Education. The paper received the “Teaching Innovation Award” for best paper in teaching innovations. From the paper: Podcasting” has taken the technological and hobbyist worlds by storm, allowing for the creation of highly specialized audio (and now video) productions for delivery over the internet. This sort […]
21 Sep
By admin In Topics Posted September 21, 2007
UPDATED: If you like this article, visit the rest of the website and listen to a few of the podcasts with leaders in the world of Supply Chain Management, DC Velocity has published a great article pointing out the way in which logistics (and by extension, supply chain management) comes through time and time again–and […]
10 Aug
By admin In Announcements Posted August 10, 2007
Many of you have recently found this site, either through comments on Linked-In, or other sources. I wanted to take a minute to welcome you to this site, and ask that you take a minute to look around, and ask yourself: “How can I contribute, and help the Supply Chain Community?” I have a few […]
24 Feb
By admin In Uncategorized Posted February 24, 2007
For those of you that have been wondering how we can have serious discussions on this board, without the ability to embed Math Equations (yeah, I know–the FIRST thought you had!) I have now included the latest in website goodness–the Math Equation Editor! So if you want to display: [tex] x=\frac{-b\pm\sqrt{b^2-4ac}}{2a}[/tex] For more information on […]
21 Feb
By admin In Uncategorized Posted February 21, 2007
I have decided to add a “new” feature to this site: Book Clubs. I have created a forum for the discussion of “The Tipping Point” by Malcolm Gladwell, and this is a prelude to our discussion of “”Made to Stick” by the Heath brothers. Visit the forums (you can click on the Forum tab above!) […]
16 Dec
By admin In Podcast Posted December 16, 2006
Private Industry goes to the moon! In this episode, I talk with Tom Taylor about his company, Lunar Transportation Systems. He shares with us some of his experiences in remote locations with extreme environments that he believes provide valuable experience by analogy to operations on the Moon. In addition, he shares with us why he […]
3 Dec
By admin In Podcast Posted December 3, 2006
In this interview, I talk with Joe Andraski, the President and CEO of VICS. Joe shares with us the history of VICS and some of their early successes as a “standards” organization, and also many of the challenges that VICS is taking on as they look to the future. As Joe mentions, the past successes […]