Browsing All posts tagged under »logistics«

The Future of Procurement by Kelly Barner

May 14, 2014


Editor’s Note: Back in March in my post Buyers Need Not Apply, I had made mention of the fact that I would be teaming with an industry notable to write a book The Future of Procurement.  Well today I am happy to say that I can now tell you who that notable is . . […]

The Ides of March for procurement experts? by Jon Hansen

March 21, 2014


Back in October of last year I wrote a post titled “It’s the end of the world as we know it . . . at least for traditional analyst firms and bloggers,” in which I talked about the reasons why the days of the traditional industry experts were numbered. What was interesting is that very […]

At 2:00 AM I was reminded about the pervasive importance of logistics

May 9, 2012


I know, the 2:00 AM reference will probably make you wonder if I have taken to moonlighting. To a certain degree I guess you could say that I have, although being a parent of 4 young children under the age of 7 is in reality a 7/24 vocation. This of course leads into today’s post. […]