How the Trucking Shortage Is Costing Small Businesses
Across the country, trucking companies are scrambling to find drivers. Not only is this forcing wages and rates higher — it’s beginning to hurt small businesses.
Supply Chain Newsmakers Video Series: The Labor (Day) Supply Chain 2018
The Labor (Day) Supply Chain 2018 - The Movie
Sept. 12, 2018
Every year now right before the Labor Day holiday in the US, SCDigest editor Dan Gilmore writes a column on the state of the labor supply chain, packed with facts and figures and summarizing important events in the past year.
Below you will find the video version, with Gilmore and and SCTV anchor Jim StephenS, in an excerpt from our weekly Supply Chain Video News broadcast with CSCMP.
Supply Chain Comment: Getting to S&OP Success
A Short List of Foundational Issues Exists That can Keep Companies From Getting to S&OP Success
SMBs see vertical ERP technology vendors meeting specialty needs
The vertical, industry-specific ERP technology market is thriving, thanks to some old-school techniques, such as keeping close to their customers. But they also have to be quick to support new technologies.
Women in Supply Chain: The Mary Barra Example
General Motors recently named a new Chief Financial Officer. 39-year-old Harvard MBA Dhivya Suryadevara takes over as CFO starting September 1. She joins a leadership team comprising five women among 11 directors, plus the heads of manufacturing ...
How to Conduct a ‘Health Check’ on Your Supply Chain
What do supply chains have in common with humans? They both need occasional health checks.