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Supply Chain Lesson Learned: Plan to React

I am a bit of an introvert. When it comes to work, I tend to be succinct and only offer my opinion after I have thought about the topic.

Cognitive Computing: Getting Clear on Definitions

No doubt about it. The decision-support technologies that we use today--price management, trade promotion management, network design, supply chain planning, transportation planning, supplier risk management--are on the cusp of redefinition through new forms of analytics. We are on a hype cycle. There is no common definition of cognitive computing and there are many variants.

A blue ocean lies ahead. We can only imagine what this means.

Lassoing S&OP

A lasso is what supply chain leaders would like to have. Why? To align S&OP. The processes are out of control.

Is Your Supply Chain Ready for Any Emergency?

Supply and demand — it’s one of the defining laws of the free market, but what happens when your supply is reduced to zero because of a catastrophic failure?

Injection Molding Improves the Supply Chain

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Need-to-Know Die Casting Design Tips

As newer production methods like 3-D printing are beginning to take over the industry, some manufacturers still

A New Red Wagon?

I grew up in the mountains of West Virginia. In my youth, my mom would frequently exclaim, "Be careful where you hook your red wagon." The mountain expression is a warning. My mom wanted me to make smart choices and be careful on placing my bets for the future.

How to Choose the Best Robot for Your Manufacturing Shop

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