Peter Bradley is an award-winning career journalist with more than three decades of experience in both newspapers and national business magazines. His credentials include seven years as the transportation and supply chain editor at Purchasing Magazine and six years as the chief editor of Logistics Management.
From temp to management: interview with Diane Garforth
She now oversees distribution management for retailer David's Bridal, but Diane Garforth got her start as a warehouse temp. Her career has given her an up-close view of the changes in distribution management brought by technology.
April 18, 2016
Watching over intermodal's interests: interview with Joni Casey
In her 18 years at the helm of IANA, Joni Casey has made it her mission to advance the interests of intermodal freight transportation providers and their customers.
January 25, 2016
Building resilience into the supply chain: interview with Yossi Sheffi
In his new book, The Power of Resilience, MIT professor Yossi Sheffi looks at how businesses can anticipate, prepare for, and respond to disruptive events.
December 21, 2015
Mentoring the next generation: interview with Mike Romano
Attracting new talent to the material handling industry—and nurturing that talent—has long been a focus of Mike Romano's efforts, both in his own company and in his work with industry organizations.
November 17, 2015
A champion for supply chains: interview with Kevin Smith
When it comes to the supply chain's value to an enterprise, there's more to it than most companies realize, says Kevin Smith, CSCMP's new chairman. He aims to get the word out.
November 2, 2015
A focus on mobility: interview with Rosabeth Moss Kanter
All the talk about potholes and creaky bridges is getting us nowhere, says Rosabeth Moss Kanter. To kickstart the infrastructure debate, we should be talking about mobility and the economic opportunity it makes possible.
September 25, 2015
A champion of end-to-end collaboration: interview with Jeff LeClair
Jeff LeClair learned the value of collaboration early in his career, lessons that have stayed with him throughout his 30 years in manufacturing and supply chain management.
August 20, 2015
Bringing long industry experience to the classroom: interview with Joseph Estrella
For more than three decades, Joseph Estrella held supply chain management positions for major companies. He now brings that experience to bear in the classroom at the University of Rhode Island.
May 4, 2015
Supply chain evangelist: interview with Michael Regan
Over a four-decade career, Michael Regan has earned recognition as a tireless advocate for the logistics profession and one of its most prominent, innovative—and often provocative—thinkers.
February 9, 2015
Assessing and managing risk: interview with IBM's Louis R. Ferretti
Five years ago, IBM went in search of a tool to help it better assess the vulnerabilities of its vast global pool of suppliers. When the company couldn't find what it needed, Lou Ferretti and his team built their own.
January 16, 2015