Forthcoming content

Just a selection of the peer-reviewed articles and real world case studies scheduled for publication in Volume 2 of Journal of Supply Chain Management, Logistics and Procurement – consisting of four quarterly 100-page issues – includes:

  • Improving forecast accuracy for a better S&OP process
    Erin Marchant, Sr. Manager, Global Demand Planning, Landing Systems, Mechanical Systems, Collins Aerospace
  • Exploring blockchain’s potential to increase visibility and trust in the upstream supply chain
    Erez Agmoni, Head of Supply Chain Warehousing and Distribution and Beth McClellan, Opportunity Project Manager, Maersk America
  • Evaluating CubeSat supplier capabilities and risks
    Derek Garcia, Technical Group Supervisor, Procurement Quality Assurance, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
  • Case study: Operations performance management implementation at GE Digital
    Gerald Jackson, Vice President, Product Management, GE Digital
  • How demand planning, forecasting and S&OP integrate for efficiency and growth
    Michael Morris, Manager, Inventory-Product Service and Parts, Yamaha Corporation of America
  • Establishing and sustaining healthy 3PL/customer relationships
    Elijah Ray, Chief Customer Officer, Sunland Logistics Solutions
  • How services companies are utilizing data to provide better value to clients
    Asheesh Doda, Director, Commercial Strategies and Jay Pendergrass, VP, Supply Chain, Fluor
  • The demand driven adaptive enterprise as a necessary condition to reap the full benefit of digitisation
    John Earley, Partner, SmartChain International
  • Case study: Working with inventory management within Sky UK
    Vinesh Patel, Senior Supply Chain Manager - Mobile, Sky UK
  • What should it cost? A practical approach to cleansheet cost analysis
    Roman Belotserkovskiy, Partner, McKinsey & Company
  • Managing supply chain risks in an international organisation
    Raul Alarcon, Head, Product Assurance Management Section, European Space Agency
  • Emerging practices on addressing slavery in corporate supply chains
    Sarah Carpenter, Business and Human Rights Expert, Assent Compliance
  • Increasing warehouse capacity and efficiency through automation
    James Smith, Business Development and Managing Director, UK and Ireland, AutoStore
  • A practical framework for the blockchain business case and its integration with supply chain management strategy
    Aljosja Beije, Logistics and Technology Lead at BlockLab Rotterdam, Nick Vyas, Executive Director and Co-founder, USC Marshall Center for Global SCM and Bhaskar Krishnamachari, Director, Viterbi Center for Cyber-Physical Systems and IoT, University of Southern California
  • How and why to operate a robust sourcing programme to manage human rights risks
    Rachel Wilshaw, Ethical Trade Manager, Private Sector team, Campaigns, Policy and Influencing Team and Beck Wallace, Ethical Trade Adviser, Oxfam GB
  • Organizations find improving supply chain maturity leads to sustainable growth
    Rex Clothier, Vice President, CPG, Maine Pointe
  • Why risk management is a fool’s errand without an end-to-end view and effective prioritisation
    Shawn Winn, Chief Operations Officer and Levi Buck, Consultant, Supply Chain Visions
  • Improving ecommerce order-fulfillment productivity: A case study
    John C. Peck, President and CEO, Edward W. Page, Co-Founder, Jim Bate, VP for Software Development, Garry R. Harper, VP of Sales & Marketing, FastFetch and Joe Plassmeyer, Director of Operations, BuySeasons
  • Additive manufacturing supplier risk mitigation
    Sarah Zerga, Quality Assurance Engineer, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
  • Case study on using state-of-the-art of IoT in the supply chain for real-time tracking and tracing
    Jon Hjertenstein, CEO, MOST
  • Building a blockchain foundation: Collaborating through standards for systems interoperability
    Melanie Nuce, Senior Vice President of Corporate Development, GS1 US
  • Moving from the supply chain to the digital supply network
    Chris Richard, Principal and Jeroen Kusters, Senior Manager, Supply Chain and Network Operations Practice, Deloitte
  • Understanding and managing future risk
    Michael Hoeksema, Supply Chain Manager, Knape & Vogt
  • New technologies bring new risks to the supply chain
    Jennifer Bisceglie, Founder and CEO, Interos and Mark Weatherford, Global Information Security Strategist, Booking Holdings
  • Managing your talent supply chain: Why you should care
    Jim Wehner, VP, Global Solutions - Energy, KellyOCG and Allen Chilson, Talent Acquisition Manager - Strategic Partnerships, BASF
  • Plan, implement and institutionalize: The three phases of a supply chain resiliency program that can deliver robust ROI
    Bindiya Vakil, CEO & Founder, Resilinc
  • Developing supply chain infrastructure to gain competitive advantage in today’s market place
    Laura Gloss, Supply Chain Director- Space and Defense Group, MooG
  • Finding the right balance: Building effective teams with the right skills
    Willis Thomas, Director, Training and Development, Akorn Pharmaceuticals
  • The supply chain lessons industry can (once again) learn from the military
    Bradford E. Houser, Supply Chain Leadership Partner, Gartner
  • The human chain in logistics and supply chain management
    Ed Sweeney and Witold Bahr, Aston Logistics and Systems Institute, Aston University
  • Enterprise-wide packaging optimisation
    Jack Ampuja, President and CEO, Supply Chain Optimizers