28 November 2018

How Cognitive Learning Changes the Game in Supply Chains

“It is not the most intellectual of the species that survives, it is not the strongest that survives, but the species that survives is the one […]
18 December 2017
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SaaS, Cloud Computing and Pizza Margherita

I love a good pizza. I am not a big fan of deep dish Chicago style, or California style with weird ingredients. My favorite pizza is the […]
6 November 2017
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Resistance Is Futile: Machines Are Here To Stay, Embrace Machine Learning In Supply Chain!

I have a very good internal navigation system in my head. I hardly ever get lost, even in a city I visit the very first time. Sometimes my […]
20 October 2017

From How We Love to How We Innovate

“ENTJ?”; I was in my 20s when I did my first Myers Briggs personality test working in Corporate America. It was quite revealing to understand that […]
27 September 2017

Are Your Planning And Retail Analytics Tools Fast Enough For Fast Fashion?

Over the last decade, apparel retail has gone through a significant shift and has turned into a game of fast, faster and fastest. So many of […]
28 February 2017

4 Supply Chain Analytics Capabilities For Specialty Retailers

I have two millennial sons. They (and their girlfriends 🙂 ) represent the radically changed customer base faced by specialty retailers. They buy with vastly more […]
29 December 2016

Supply Chain Planning in The Age of Trade Wars, Brexit and Damn, Daniel. Welcome to 2017

As supply chain planners, much of what we do is to anticipate future outcomes and plan our activities around those expectations so as to optimize business […]
14 December 2016

6 reasons to give up spreadsheets for supply chain planning

Spreadsheet software is holding your supply chain performance hostage. True – spreadsheets are low cost, easy to use, extremely versatile and universally known and loved. It […]
25 August 2016

M&A Trends in supply chain

That acquisitions often fail is a well-known fact. We all remember the horror stories that were the coupling of SprintNextel or AOL Time Warner. So the […]