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Navigating a disruptive decade
No one knows what the future holds for the logistics and supply chain profession. But an ambitious new research project aims to guide the way.
Big data analytics in supply chain: Tackling the tidal wave
The amount of supply chain data is growing exponentially, and companies are struggling to make effective use of available information. New research reveals the strategies they're adopting to help them harness the power of big data.
The Year of ALAN
Let 2017 mark the year this impressive 12-year-old came of age.
Pioneer of the profession Bud La Londe dies at 84
Bernard J. "Bud" La Londe is remembered for his profound influence on the practice and teaching of logistics and supply chain management.
Avoiding a Blue Christmas
Cutting back on store inventories, charging more for online goods, and imposing surcharges are just a few of the ways that retailers and their carriers are coping with the holiday crush.
They can get the job done
Seeking good employees with solid logistics experience? Look to vets to fill your squad.
Study: consumers prefer in-store shopping over e-commerce
Convenience of in-stock merchandise trumps greater choice and customization of online inventory, JDA survey shows.
New kid on the block(chain)
Despite confusion about what it is and what it can do, blockchain is a smoking hot topic right now.
Man on a mission: interview with Chris Andrews
After two-plus decades managing military logistics, Chris Andrews successfully parlayed the skills he honed in the Army into a management job in the private sector. Now, he's working to help other vets do the same.
Which supply chain innovations are ready for the mainstream?
A new report from Gartner Inc. identifies nine new technologies and strategies that it predicts will see widespread adoption by 2022.

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