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Vol. 22, No. 9
December 2011/January 2012


    Defending Cyberspace Members Only Content

    Businesses search for ways to protect their computer networks and supply chains against relentless attacks by cybercriminals.
    Mary Siegfried

  • It's Déjà Vu in 2012 Members Only Content

    With little hope for a recovery in 2012, businesses can expect the economy to behave much like it did this year.
    Mary Siegfried

  • Finding the Balance Between X and Y Members Only Content

    No two suppliers are alike, but using basic principles around motivation may help define relationship parameters in a complex, ever-changing world.
    Lisa Arnseth

  • Best of Both Worlds Members Only Content

    Rail-truck intermodal shipping combines the best of each transportation mode, making global trade economical and efficient.
    Chris Caplice, Ph.D.

  • Drive Supply Chain Excellence Through Performance Metrics Members Only Content

    To transform supply chain effectiveness, performance measurement must be a focus of continuous improvement.
    Yatish Desai

    Sharing the TOOLBOX Members Only Content

    By implementing a handful of best practices, the technology and manufacturing of a complex product can be successfully translated to new global locations.
    Amit Marwah

    Redefining Global Business Members Only Content

    A regional perspective may be the best solution for companies that want to be a global success.
    Matthew B. Myers, Ph.D.

    Synchronize With the Future Outlook Members Only Content

    Use the right tools to make supply chain strategies sync with the organization's strategic outlook.
    Paul Moffitt, C.P.M.

    Changing Tides Ahead? Members Only Content

    With the challenges of 2011 behind them, supply management leaders look to the new year with anticipation and concern.
    Mary Siegfried


  • Suppliers' Motivations Members Only Content

    From the Editor-in-Chief
    Consider using motivational Theory X or Theory Y — or a combination of the two — as another way to manage suppliers.
    Terri Tracey, CAE, Editor-in-Chief

  • Measuring the Value of Supply Members Only Content

    Executive Access to the Chair
    Use business performance and process performance metrics to increase the value of supply management.
    Sid Johnson, CPSM

  • Investing in People Members Only Content

    Out In Front: Leading People, Leading Organizations
    Strong leaders embrace unlikely candidates, support a culture of change and look for ways to expose their teams to the entire value chain.
    Reinhard Winkler

  • Calling It Quits Members Only Content

    Tapping Into ... Supply Management Issues and Trends
    Ending a supplier relationship is a difficult task, but handling the matter professionally is paramount.
    Lorrie K. Mitchell, C.P.M., A.P.P.

  • Integrated Reports on the Rise Members Only Content

    Sustainability: Responsible Supply Management
    Combining environmental, social and governance performance with financial performance in one report creates a new level of transparency.
    Lisa Arnseth

  • Why SRM Is Important Members Only Content

    CAPS Research: Promoting Supply Management's Best Practices
    Supplier relationship management requires an integrated, sustained approach that can pay dividends with the appropriate executive support and organizational investment.
    Geoff Zwemke

  • Managing Great Ideas Members Only Content

    Personal Connections: Work. Life. Balance.
    New ideas from employees are a precious commodity, and prioritizing them takes a structured effort from management to sort out the great, good and fair ideas.
    Lance Reese


  • Just in Time -- December 2011/January 2012

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  • ISM News -- December 2011/January 2012

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  • Beyond Borders Members Only Content

    International Insights
    Lisa Wolters-Broder

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