Ditch the Years and Look at the Experience: Why Years of Experience is Less Relevant in New School Supply Chain Leadership

By: Dyci Manns SfregolaOkay, I’m just going to say it — I don’t care if your team has “120 years of collective experience in supply chain.” What does that even mean? Did your team consult Henry Ford on mass production? Better yet, was mass production your idea?! Years of experience doesn’t make a person more … Read more

The Types of People to Surround Yourself with in 2020

Hello Supply Chain Rebels! 2020 is upon us and what a great way to start off the year inspired. Our LinkedIn network created a tapestry of the types of people to surround yourself with for a phenomenal year. What would you add? Tag a friend or rebel who embodies these qualities. The inspired The humorous The authentic The passionate The … Read more

Optimizing Human Consciousness to Consume Responsibly

Author: Sheri Hinish Consumerism has played an integral role in the evolution of industrialization, mass production, and consumerist values that marry progress and prosperity with compulsive acquisition. By design, U.S. consumers participate in an unsustainable system, a mass-economy, where the ultimate measure of economic growth is gross national product (GNP), the sum total of goods and … Read more

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