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Have you heard? The voice of global supply chain has arrived! Supply Chain Now brings you the best and the brightest in the business. Tune in alongside a worldwide audience as our thought-leaders highlight the people, the technologies, the best practices, and critical issues impacting global supply chain performance today and tomorrow. Confront new challenges and seize the latest opportunities when you join the industry leaders who are inspiring the next generation – and making global busine ...
 
Supply Chain Now is proud to launch our first series dedicated to our South and Central American audience, and Spanish-Speakers everywhere. Welcome to Supply Chain Now en Español! Hola y bienvenidos a Supply Chain Now en Español. Supply Chain Now presenta lo mejor en todo lo relacionado con la logística: mejores prácticas, tecnologías, organizaciones retos y oportunidades. Todo esto y más, a través de las historias de personas que hacen de la logística la principal actividad comercial y de m ...
 
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Mike Griswold is the Vice President of Research at Gartner, specializing in retail with a particular focus on forecasting and replenishment. He is responsible for Gartner’s annual Top 25 Supply Chain ranking and joins Supply Chain Now on a monthly basis to discuss the latest in retail supply chains from an analyst’s perspective. Much of the country…
 
eCommerce is having a moment, but can retailers meet that moment with the right strategies and tools? In this episode, Scott and Greg chat with DHL SVP of Global eCommerce Nabil Malouli on the evolution of digital channels over the last five years, why social commerce is the new frontier, how reverse logistics can make or break profitability, wheth…
 
For those of us already working in business, the conflict in Ukraine, COVID, and warehouse space shortages are three disruptions in what has been a very challenging last few years. But for the students getting ready to graduate from college with degrees in supply chain and management, they combine to equal job security for the foreseeable future. I…
 
By now, most supply chain professionals have adjusted to having our profession top the news headlines nearly every day. If only that were the only change taking place… With supply chain performance becoming a higher profile part of national security, it would seem that our work is becoming more intertwined with government policy and politics as wel…
 
First COVID shutdowns. Then shortages. Now inflation. Can the supply chain catch a break? It can do more than that. And to show us the way, Mike Jette of GEP joins Greg and Scott to discuss the six ways supply chains can combat the negative impacts of inflation while continuing to generate value. As a hint, collaboration plays a big role. Tune in t…
 
Managing your allocation is a dynamic process that requires proactive planning. But the tools and processes shippers use today are static and reactive resulting in shortfalls, contract penalties, and missing out on containers you contracted for. This is further complicated by the fact that a shipping carrier’s product is ‘perishable’ in the sense t…
 
As reverse logistics programs have been steadily gaining traction and popularity, the technologies that support efficient repair, refurbishment, and recycling have also evolved. In this episode, Scott joins Tony Sciarrotta, Executive Director of The Reverse Logistics Association, and Tom Maher, Senior VP of global service parts at Dell, Inc. Tune i…
 
On June 17, 2022, the member countries of the World Trade Organization (WTO) accepted a proposal made by the U.S., E.U., India, and South Africa that modifies nationally granted intellectual property rights related to the COVID-19 vaccine. The proposal was leaked early, so the world knew the vote was coming. But other than the WTO and a few media o…
 
Customer service levels: win, lose or draw? AI and no code: worth the hype? The future of labor: robots or people? Tune in to this week's Supply Chain Buzz: TEKTOK edition to hear Scott, Greg, and Karin tackle the tough tech questions emerging from the latest supply chain headlines. Get their expert takes on the acceleration of digital transformati…
 
In 2021, U.S. Bank processed $37 billion in freight payments for some of the world’s largest corporations and government agencies. Those payments and the data that accompanies them are analyzed quarterly by Bobby Holland, U.S. Bank vice president and director of Freight Data Solutions and his team. The FPI report includes quarter over quarter, year…
 
Between climate change disasters, new tariffs and the "Great Resignation," today's supply chains are facing constraints like never before, and it's high time supply chain professionals reevaluated their use of data and technology to stay ahead of the curve. To that end, Scott and Karin join Valerie Tardif, Vice President of Product Management at In…
 
With supply chains constantly in the news, many people are making the decision to get college degrees in supply chain management. Once they are accepted to a program, such as the one offered at Western Michigan University, the challenge becomes preparing them to know all of the things they will need to be tactically and strategically effective goin…
 
Will Waller is no stranger to adversity, but every time someone opened a door for him, he pushed that much harder toward his purpose. And now, he's on a mission to create more opportunities for people with disabilities. Don't miss this wide-ranging conversation as Billy and Will discuss current workforce challenges, the rise of remote work, the pow…
 
The Supply Chain Buzz is Supply Chain Now’s regular Monday livestream, held at 12n ET each week. This show focuses on some of the leading stories from global supply chain and global business, always with special guests – the most important of which is the live audience! This week, Scott Luton, Greg White, and Kevin L. Jackson welcomed Ellen Patridg…
 
The current labor shortage is disrupting the flow of goods up and down in global supply chains. Employees are a business owner’s most valuable resource. So how can smart software bridge the gap and enable businesses to provide their teams with tools to reduce burnout, provide work-life balance, and attract new talent? Join supply chain experts Barr…
 
For over 100 years, The Clorox Company has been making your favorite cleaning products, but their portfolio is much more wide-ranging than you might realize. In this episode, Senior Vice President and Chief Supply Chain Officer Rick McDonald joins Scott and Greg to share how the company puts people first, even throughout the onset of a global pande…
 
Have you added carrier diversification to your freight strategy yet? With so many new players and economic changes on the horizon, it just might be time. To answer all your burning questions about diversifying, Scott and Greg sat down with RateLinx's Shannon Vaillancourt and Nate Endicott. Tune in to hear their expert take on overcoming common hurd…
 
From a DVD resume to leading some of the world's most complex supply chains, American Eagle Outfitters Executive Vice President Shekar Natarajan has seen and done it all. And now, he's sharing his wisdom with Scott and Enrique (and you). Tune in to hear Shekar's inspiring story, his thoughts on the importance of culture, competitive differentiation…
 
Another week, another Buzz with Scott and Greg! In this week's episode, the fearless duo welcomes Sylvia Judy, President of The Customs, Brokers and Freight Forwarders Association of Charleston, SC for an update on Southeastern port activity and labor negotiations in Germany. Plus, get Scott and Greg's take on the relationship between nearshoring a…
 
Some people view the constant evolution of supply chains as disruption, others see it as “reinvention.” And the more global the supply ecosystem is, the more invention – or innovation - is possible. Roberto Canevari is the Executive Vice President of Global Supply Chain with the Estée Lauder Companies. His prior experience includes rules at Unileve…
 
Ever wish you had your own on-call expert for all things supply chain? Well, this is your chance! In this episode, Mike Griswold of Gartner answers your questions on all of today's pressing headlines. From the grocery sector meeting the moment with new technologies to the promise of blockchain, the expectations of ESG and the need to vet suppliers,…
 
The key to resilience is purposeful risk-taking. During the pandemic, supply chain leaders had plenty of opportunities to take calculated risks… and then watch how they played out. Tonya Jackson is the Senior Vice President and Chief Product Delivery Officer at Lexmark, and she has been recognized as a Notable Woman in Supply Chain and Logistics by…
 
Norbert Majerus wrote the book on lean-driven innovation---literally. After leading a legendary R&D transformation during his tenure at Goodyear, he turned to the written word as a vehicle to share his wisdom and insights on the application of lean principles. And now, he's even experimenting with a new genre, the novel, to get his ideas across. Jo…
 
For many people, the military functions as a big “leadership school.” Service members have contact with different types of leaders and learn to become leaders in their own right. From finding the right mentor to building a tribe of supportive people around you, who each person surrounds themselves with will often determine the path that they follow…
 
On June 19, 1865, Major General Gordon Granger arrived at the 1861 Customs House in Galveston, TX as part of his tour to command troops sent to enforce the emancipation of enslaved peoples in the United States. Now, that same courthouse is set to continue the charge toward freedom for all. In this special Digital Transformers episode, join Kevin L.…
 
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