March 31, 2015

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How Smart Manufacturing Can Increase Efficiency, Financial Benefits

The latest IDC Manufacturing Insights report uses the IDC PlanScape methodology for a business strategy related to investment in smart manufacturing.

Superstorms Are A Business Opportunity for Retail Supply Chains

The blizzard in the northeast is a golden opportunity that smart supply chain strategists should seize.

What do businesses think of their CSOs?

Over 700 sustainability professionals answered questions about the assets, challenges and efficacy of CSOs.

How Do You Create A Sense Of Purpose In A Giant Company?

PricewaterhouseCoopers is learning that its younger employees need to know why they're doing what they're doing. Just doing it isn't enough.

Top 10 Supply Chain CEOs 2015

These CEOs have the reputation to match the responsibility.

What price should we put on a better climate?

Carbon pricing is effective—and some might say inevitable—but what price should we expect, and when and where?

The Value of Hiring Veterans

President Obama encourages more companies to follow UPS example.

Unilever, Coca-Cola, Levi's: 11 inspiring supply chain partnerships

From raw materials to the energy powering global factories, sustainability-focused collaborations are a hot topic on the supply chain agenda.

GEMI Launches Supply Chain Sustainability Tool

SCS tool aims to help procurement professionals compare products’ cost as well as environmental impact.

Serious Business: Women Take Charge

Melissa Strait, Arby’s chief people officer, discusses her experience, advancement opportunities for women, and the characteristics of a successful career.




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