Foreign Trade Minister Of Costa Rica Thanks Global Supply Chain Group

Global Supply Chain Group

Foreign Trade Minister Of Costa Rica Thanks Global Supply Chain Group’s Vivek Sood For Representing Asia Pacific Perspective At The Suppliers Exchange Forum In San Jose, Costa Rica The SEF 2 or Suppliers Exchange Forum was a premier event in Central American calendar attended by more than 800 participants, exhibitors and speakers. The event was […]

Build A Cost-Conscious Culture In Your Supply Chain Organization

Supply Chain Organization

Supply Chain Organization by Doug Hudgeon The Cost Management Tip Building Cost-Conscious Culture management in your organization is the most important tip I’ll deliver in this series of posts. If you can create a cost-conscious culture in your organization then you’re pretty much done and dusted. Nothing else you do will cut costs more. Recently, […]

Global Leaders In Taiwan – Green Supply Chains

Green Supply Chains

Green Supply Chains – A CEO’s Handbook Presented To Global Leaders In Taiwan Cutting edge academic research in Green Supply Chain is very sparse. Even rarer is an actionable handbook giving comprehensive know-how on achieving green supply chains. Global Supply Chain Group’s presentation at the Green Supply Chains Workshop organized by the National Tsing Hua University in […]

Supply Chain Asia Annual Forum 2009 In Singapore

Supply Chain Asia Annual

Supply Chain Asia Annual Forum 2009 In Singapore Is A Huge Success With A Talk On Green Supply Chain By Vivek Sood Of Global Supply Chain Group Sharing the stage were senior executives and thought leaders from various walks of life: Mr. Vivek Sood – Managing Director of Globaal Supply Chain Group, Peter O’Brien – […]

Euro of Supply Chain: The End Or A New Beginning?

Euro of Supply Chain

Euro Supply Chain One year after the Greek crisis which had damaged the European Union and more precisely, its currency; the euro, the world markets start to panic again. On July 5, the rating agency Moody’s lowered Portugal’s rating to relegate it to a speculative rating, sowing a wind of panic on the financial markets […]

What Is Supply Chain?

Supply Chain

What is Supply Chain The expression “supply chain” was created during the 1980’s to explain the need to integrate important business processes. Indeed, supply chain is about integration between business functions and business processes. It is about giving all the information which is important for any services in the industry and for partners of the […]

An Intern’s Perspective On The Future Of Supply Chain (In 2006)

Future Of Supply Chain

Everything You Need To Know About Future Of Supply Chain. According to a recent KPMG study from 2010, the priority for firms with respect to their suppliers remains costs; at the same time, there are also new priorities that are becoming important, such as sharing of knowledge, skills and resources. Most firms claim that they […]

The Cost Reduction Tip By Doug Hudgeon

Cost Reduction Tip

The Cost Reduction Tips By Doug Hudgeon By Doug Hudgeon The Cost Reduction Tips In this tip I discuss embedding a cost conscious culture where you have a number of comparable operating units. Examples include retail banks or multi-site operations such as a national insurance brokerages, consulting firms, law firms, or logistics providers. Where you […]

US PC Industry In Supply Chain– And Then There Was One Little Pig Left!

Industry In Supply Chain

PC Supply Chain Industry In Business US PC makers’ market is showing classic symptoms of short term strategic thinking taught by Harvards and other such august institutions, and which has become endemic of the American industry on the whole. Other commentators have written sufficiently on the hollowing out of the US economy and the conversion […]

Change Your Processes Before Implementing New Software

Implementing New Software

Here’s What People Are Saying About Implementing New Software By Doug Hudgeon The Cost Reduction Tip The success rate of software implementations is woefully low. There are lots of reasons for it ranging from overselling by vendors, overspecing by customers, lack of consultation with stakeholders, under-resourcing the implementation team, etc. But in my view, much of the source […]