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DANIEL SNYDER IS RIGHT! (AND WHY HE’S NOT)

Here are the things that I’m an expert at:  Negotiating win-win scenarios with my clients’ suppliers.  Applying bandages to my kids’ skinned knees.  Remembering that Mother’s Day and my wife’s birthday typically fall within a few days of one another. 1,322 more words

Supply Chain

Retail Therapy: Why technology is no substitute for customer service...

It could just be me, but I’m beginning to notice an alarming retail trend.  Smartphones may have revolutionised communication, but I’m not so sure about the inexorable rise of the SMS notification when you’ve ordered something online.   461 more words

Stakeholder Engagement

The Best Growth Business in Healthcare – GPOs?

What healthcare business has nearly a billion dollars in revenue, sales growing at double-digit rates, and an EBITDA margin of 40%? If I didn’t tell you, you might have guessed that it is a young Biotech company with an important new drug. 356 more words

Pricing

Supply chain rumor says Quanta kicking off Apple Watch production in Jan 2015

Apple has already previewed the Apple Watch at this month’s iPhone event and the unreleased wearable is currently on display in Paris’s Collette, but Apple hasn’t shared specific availability details for the Apple Watch beyond saying ‘early 2015′. 200 more words

Apple

Supply Chain (Rantai Pasokan) di bidang Kemanusiaan

Dalam organisasi kemanusiaan, supply chain (rantai pasokan) pada dasarnya adalah istilah yang digunakan untuk menggambarkan proses mendapatkan barang-barang bantuan dari sumber asal ke penerima manfaat/bantuan pada waktu yang tepat. 576 more words

Supply Chain

Goods and Service Tax (GST)

In Malaysia’s Budget 2014 speech, the implementation of Goods and Service Tax (GST) was perhaps the hottest topic. To be introduced in April 2015, it will replace Malaysia’s Sales tax (10%) and Service tax (6%). 56 more words

Budget 2014

Supply Chain in Humanitarian Relief

In humanitarian organizations, the terms supply chain is basically used to describe the process of getting relief items from the source to the beneficiaries in a timely manner. 592 more words

Supply Chain