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Inside Supply Management

Table of Contents

Vol. 17, No. 2
February 2006


  • Destination: Minneapolis Members Only Content

    The amount of supply management insight found at this year's Conference — held May 7-10, 2006 — could fill 10,000 lakes.
    Jill Schildhouse

  • Raising The Bar Members Only Content

    A new qualification program will help professionals reach a higher standard of supply management expertise.
    Roberta J. Duffy

    Going Vertical and Getting Integrated With 3PLs Members Only Content

    With greater knowledge about the services and business processes of 3PLs, supply management organizations can more effectively choose a provider with the critical infrastructure to achieve their strategic goals.
    John Yuva

  • Going Around the World Makes the (Business) World Go 'Round Members Only Content

    Globalization presents plenty of opportunity, but along with it come complex issues around logistics networks.
    Paul Bender

In Every Issue

  • Reaching Farther Up the Tree Members Only Content

    Travel management is ripe for supply managers to grab ahold of even more cost savings and value-adding opportunities.
    Marilyn Carlson Nelson

  • Determining Total Supply Chain Costs Members Only Content

    It is important that supply managers have both the eyes and the skills to see opportunity and to capitalize on it.
    Mary Lu Harding, C.P.M., CPIM, CIRM

  • The Lowest Price Is Not Always the Best Members Only Content

    Supply managers will not read this in textbooks, but if all else is equal or something seems to be missing, go with your gut feeling.
    Valerie J. Stueland

  • Insight Into Incoterms Members Only Content

    Understanding this set of international rules will help supply managers interpret the most commonly used terms in foreign transactions.
    Pamela Lopata, Esq.

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