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Our Supply Chain Expert Rob O’Byrne talks to Scott Taylor of Exact Security about Supply Chain Security issues.
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Today Buyers Meeting Point welcomes Jennifer Engel as our guest. Jennifer is a Supply Chain Analyst at Source One Management Services, where she is responsible for developing and executing sourcing events to optimize supply chain spend and operations.
Over the last few weeks, Jennifer has contributed two guest posts to Buyers Meeting Point – both on the topic of supply chain diversity. They can be accessed here:
Part 1: Making the Case for a More Diverse Supply Chain
Part 2: Making the Case for a More Diverse Supply Chain: Supplier Evaluation
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CECISFM TALK RADIO "Whose Feeding the Building" features Supply Chain Diversity Public Information Officer Marlene Dial of CECI Services LP / NDAS DBE Joint Venture. We often hear of companies participating insupplier diversity programs, and the standard reasons for their participation. Some companies say that it is a testament to their commitment as a socially responsible organization while others say that it is their contribution to society. We also see some companies implementing supplier diversity initiatives to meet customer mandates, to leverage governmental initiatives, or to comply with federal supplier requirements.
The truth is, many companies that practice supplier diversity feel that they are making a sacrifice just to contribute to society, or are merely doing these non-mainstream businesses a favor. However, if they take a closer look, they will find that there are significant benefits to supplier diversity – not only for suppliers and their supply chains, but also for their business.
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Join hosts, animal naturopaths, Dr. Kim Bloomer and Dr. Jeannie Thomason as the two shout from the rooftops to hopefully wake a few to the never-ending quest over the needs of animals based on true knowledge and research over simple economics of supply and demand.
Today Buyers Meeting Point welcomes Robert Mason and Barry Evans, co-authors of the book ‘The Lean Supply Chain: Managing the Challenge at Tesco. It was published in September of 2015 and you can read my review on Buyers Meeting Point.
Barry Evans spent time working at Tesco as a Lean Process Manager where he developed ways in which lean thinking could be applied to Tesco’s supply chain. He has also joined the Lean Enterprise Research Centre at Cardiff Business School as a Senior Research Associate.
Robert Mason is a Senior Lecturer in Logistics and Operations Management at Cardiff Business School and has led many business research projects with Tesco as a partner.
In this conversation we discuss:
The lessons learned at Tesco that the business leaders of today and tomorrow should embrace
What having a 'lean supply chain' means in grocery retail
The changes being seen in consumer behavior today and what businesses need to do in response
You may also be interested in reading 'Key Trends Transforming the Food Retail Landscape' by the authors on the Kogan Page Blog or 'A Personal Look at Tesco and the Resiliency of their Supply Chain' on Buyers Meeting Point.
Today Buyers Meeting Point welcomes Dr. Tom DePaoli as our guest. Dr. Tom is the Management Program Director at Marian University in Wisconsin as well as the Principal of Apollo Solutions which does general business consulting in the human resources, supply chain and lean six sigma areas.
Dr. Tom has worked for over 10 major companies and consulted for over 50 organizations throughout his career. He is the author of Common Sense Purchasing, Common Sense Supply Management, and Kaizen Kreativity. He recently released a new book, Avoiding a Supply Chain Apocalypse: The Best of Dr. Tom’s Advice, and that is what he joins us today to discuss.
For anyone interested in learning more about Dr. Tom's books, visit his author page on Amazon or read the following reviews on Buyers Meeting Point:
Common Sense Purchasing
Common Sense Supply Management
Kaizen Kreativity (Oops!)
Broken Windows Management in Business
Avoiding a Supply Chain Apocalypse
On tonight's show we will be targeting you with WR's that are off the radar to help you get through the bye week......you know when I was a kid I thought a bye week was for dudes that are experimenting guess it's for football who knew. Back to the point we are going to be providing with an Air Supply of WR's....do you know who AIR SUPPLY......it's only the greatest band to ever live....seriously you need to stop listing to this shit show and go on intunes and downloade making love out of nothing at all........featurng Demarius Thomas, Antonio Brown, and Julio Jones, but instead we will be providing you with WR that you will be making love to because in week 4 they were nothing at all but everyone will be clawing for them on the wire after week 5.
Today Buyers Meeting Point welcomes two guests:
Heiko Schwarz is a Founder and Managing Director of riskmethods, a cloud-based supply chain risk management solution focusing primarily on SMEs and large businesses in all industries, which purchase on an international basis.
Christian Lanng is a Founder and CEO of Tradeshift, a global network and platform that connects 500,000 buyers and suppliers across 190 countries.
riskmethods and Tradeshift have recently announced a partnership that integrates Tradeshift’s collaborative commerce with riskmethods’ supply chain risk management. In this conversation we will discuss:
How the platform approach to technology - and the terminology we use to describe it - opens the door to greater flexibility and added value
Making sure risk management is an actionable and ongoing effort
How to have a commerce-oriented mindset when approaching risk
For more information on the riskmethods Tradeshift partnership, click here to read the press release. You can also download a whitepaper 'The ROI of Supply Chain Risk Management.'
In this episode, Buyers Meeting Point welcomes Mark Larson as our guest. Mark is the Vice Chairman at Digi-Key Electronics, one of the fastest growing distributors of electronic components in the world. The company was founded in 1972 and Mark joined only four years later.
In the two decades since, it seems safe to say that there has been considerable change – in the electronics Digi-key sells, in who they sell those products to, and the supply chains the products travel through. It is those supply chains that we are here to discuss today.
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