Squeezing suppliers on costs and payment terms creates instability in the supply chain and the healthy flow of the capital that keeps everything moving.
How the supply chain reacts to product failures can help a business overcome consequences to its reputation as well as its bottom line.
Consumer products are sold in a market with little margin for error where standards of quality, safety, and convenience is all that matters to consumers.
To ensure a supply chain operates smoothly, systems and processes need to be designed for flexibility and change.
New technology, turmoil, and millennial consumers were the biggest supply chain stories of 2016, and they're shaping the future of supply chain.
Massive disruptions, emerging technologies, and political shifts dominated global supply chain news and were the hot topics in 2016.
Millennials find product quality, availability, working conditions, and sustainability far more important than a brand's social media presence.
This podcast covers what the next generation of supply chain professionals need to know about risks, opportunities, and the future of supply chain.
Retailers will have to rely upon their supply chain network in order to successfully manage a broader marketplace on their website.
Guy Courtin and Matt Gunn discuss what a Donald Trump presidency could mean for supply chains.
What's in store for the automotive industry? Supply chain is at the core of digital transformation for automakers.
Financial calamities routinely contribute to recalls, bad publicity, and lost sales. Here's how to avoid them.
Whether it's a black swan event or a short-term supply shortage, it's how businesses manage risks that prevents major damage to the brand.
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