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Dangerous Supply Chain Myths: Talent Attraction White Paper

August 24, 2011


“A supply chain is not an abstract network driven by processes and machines, but a real network driven by people.  Good supply chains run on good people.  Supply Chain Success will be impossible without the right talent, which is becoming rarer every day thanks to the global talent war.  Any organization that does not have […]

Dangerous Supply Chain Myths (Part 1) Revisited

June 17, 2008


As with any well researched article that is offered up for public review (and scrutiny), one can never really anticipate the ultimate reaction and therefore impact a particular piece will have on its readers. In fact to be truly effective and meaningful, the predalictions of a mass audience while understood, have to become secondary to […]

New Seminars for Supply Chain Professionals

February 4, 2008


To complement our critically acclaimed conference series The Changing Face of Procurement, we are pleased to introduce the following new seminars: Dangerous Supply Chain Myths (2-Day Seminar) Awareness of the continuing high-rate of ERP/IT-based e-procurement initiative failures to deliver expected results is now entering mainstream consciousness.  While vendors and those associated with the recommendation and […]