Forthcoming content

Articles scheduled for Volume 4 of Journal of Supply Chain Management, Logistics and Procurement - consisting of four 100-page issues includes:

  • Encoding structural agility and resilient response ability to emergent risks within the global supply chain
    Arjun Varma, Director – Strategic Capacity Management, Beiersdorf
  • Leading from the top down: How to gain and maintain support of executives and being a change agent
    Christina Kyriakopoulou, Inventory Control Manager, Cognate Bioservices
  • Collaborative mobile robots: Bringing greater productivity and flexibility to warehouse operations
    Corey Cook, Senior Program Manager for Training, Logistics and Sustainment, Lockheed Martin and Fergal Glynn, VP Marketing, 6 River Systems 
  • Contract digitisation and analytics: Goodbye paper audits, welcome to real-time scoring
    Joan Duemler, Supply Chain Business Operations Manager, Supply Chain Enabling Solutions, Intel
  • Going digital in logistics: Cultivating a culture and roadmap for digital success
    Mike Jones, Director of Logistics, Gerdau Long Steel North America
  • Reducing uncertainty in freight transportation procurement
    Chris Caplice, Executive Director, MIT Center for Transportation & Logistics and Chief Scientist, DAT Freight & Analytics
  • From ERP to ERO: Ecosystem resource optimisation – A framework
    Daniel Fritz, Industry Project Lead, PharmaLedger and Domain Architect Supply Chain and External Supply, Novartis
  • How FHLB San Francisco transformed and aligned procurement, risk and diversity in the middle of a pandemic
    Tom Rogers, Founder and CEO, Vendor Centric, Kelly Gear, SVP, Corporate Procurement and Operational Excellence, Federal Home Loan Bank of San Francisco and Jennifer Ulrich, Sr. Director, Corcentric
  • Recent advances in behavioural economics and their application in supply chain management
    Azeem Ahmad, Sr. Demand Planning Manager - North America Consumer Direct & Small Business, Dell Technologies
  • Future skills needed in sourcing and procurement
    Marisa Brown, Senior Principal Research Lead, APQC
  • Leveraging AI to improve material and free cash flow across the end-to-end supply chain
    Ali Raza, Chief Executive Officer, ThroughPut
  • Supply chain risk management post COVID
    Bill DeMartino, Chief Product Officer and Managing Director, Americas, riskmethods
  • Establishing competency in sustainable procurement in the age of ESG reporting
    Catherine Sheehy, Global Lead for Sustainability, Circularity and ESG Strategist, UL and Josh Jacobs, Director of Sustainability, WAP Sustainability
  • How to structure procurement to be future proof
    Joe Lee, Executive Director, Tricor Axcelasia
  • Leveraging collaboration to assure continuity of supply
    Darin Matthews, Director, Mercell and Tammy Rimes, Executive Director, National Cooperative Procurement Partners
  • Cooperative alternatives to mini-bid contracts when shipping rates are high
    David Correll, Lecturer and Research Scientist, MIT Center for Transportation and Logistics
  • How AI can assist humans to drive efficient sourcing
    Erin McFarlane, Vice President of Services, Fairmarkit and Jeffrey Gaguzis, Senior Manager IT Category Management, WNS Denali
  • How to ‘disruption-proof’ your supply chain
    Terry Onica, Director, Automotive, QAD, Cathy Fisher, Founder & President, Quistem and Lori Sisk, Lecturer of Global Supply Chain Management, Wayne State University
  • A practical way to AI-enable supply chain management
    Michael N. Romeri, Chief Executive Officer, Analytics2Go
  • Using procurement data to understand your social impact
    Chirag Shah, Executive Chairman, Simfoni
  • Driving impactful supplier diversity programmes
    Gilberto Solis, Director, Planning & Programmes, Thomson Reuters
  • Alternative capacity expansion: Nearshoring and supply base redesign
    Jeff Jorge, Principal, Baker Tilly
  • The case for applying system thinking to global supply chain management
    Daniel Gardner, President, Trade Facilitators
  • Breaking down silos: A journey from functional distance to collaborative accountability
    Laura Eory, Senior Manager Transportation, GAF
  • Managing supply chain risk and building sustainable resilience
    Knut Alicke, Julian Fischer, Associate Partner and Anna Lena Strigel, Associate Partner, Partner, McKinsey & Company
  • Best practices in 3PL and fulfillment contract procurement: A methodological approach to optimising 3PL rates and services
    Steve Givens, Managing Director, 3PL Optimization, Shipware
  • Using a control tower approach to drive visibility, aid planning and improve supply chain reliability
    Charlie Midkiff, VP, Client Services, Odyssey Logistics & Technology
  • Adaptive logistics: Conceptualising strategies and best practices from humanitarian emergency supplies distribution
    Andrew Schroeder, Vice President of Research and Analysis, Direct Relief and Cindy Elliot, Head of Commercial Industry Solutions, Manufacturing and Logistics, Esri
  • 3PL collaboration: Supply chain success stories between shippers and 3PLs
    Robin C. Siekerman, VP of Marketing and Customer Solutions, The Shippers Group