Forthcoming content

Articles scheduled for Volume 3 of Journal of Supply Chain Management, Logistics and Procurement - consisting of four 100-page issues includes:

  • COVID-19: What was broken, what have we learned, where do we go from here and what’s the next ‘new normal’?
    Roddy Martin, Chief Digital Transformation Officer, TraceLink
  • From servant to driving force: Transforming the role of the supply chain in McDonald’s in The Netherlands
    Jeroen Dekkers, Head of Supply Chain, McDonald’s The Netherlands
  • Building a connected global supply chain backbone
    Troy Hicks, SVP, Global Supply Chain, Herbalife
  • Supply chain leadership, transparency, workforce development and collaboration through control tower implementation
    Angelo Dalporto, Deputy Vice President Supply Chain, UK and BeNeLux, AS EMEA and Robert Venn, Supply Chain Coordination Manager, Dormakaba
  • Best practices in the expanded world of reverse logistics
    Deanna Yee, Solutions & Strategy Support Manager, Hillebrand
  • Elevating employee competency and engagement through the design, development and implementation of a Procurement & Supply Chain Academy
    Shauna Gamble, Chief Procurement Officer, Bombardier Aviation
  • A blueprint for making your retail supply chain sustainable
    David Sobie, CEO and Caitlin Roberson, VP Marketing, Happy Returns
  • How to effectively implement the latest packaging and data logging technologies to drive efficiency and quality in your pharma logistics operations
    Hadj Letreche, Head Global Distribution Technologies and Cold Chain & Tertiary Packaging, Roche
  • Disruptive digital technology adoption in global supply chains
    Edward Sweeney, Professor of Logistics and Systems and Director, Aston Logistics & Systems Institute, Aston University, Andreas Taschner, Professor of Management Accounting and Hazel Grünewald, Professor of Organisational Behaviour, ESB Business School, Reutlingen University
  • What are the benefits of developing global standards and how can the industry go about successfully formulating and implementing them?
    Christian Hay, Senior Consultant, Healthcare, GS1 Global Office
  • Reducing inventories while improving delivery performance
    Karsten Eller, COO, Beckers Group
  • Strategic supplier management
    Drew Rosen, Past APICS CEO & International President and Professor, Congdon School of Supply Chain, Business Analytics & Information Systems, The University of North Carolina at Wilmington
  • The emergence of integrated business planning in logistics and transportation organisations
    Spiros Saragoudas, Head of Transportation and Logistics Sector, Board International
  • Adjusting to the new normal: Challenges of the food sector in the wake of COVID-19
    Vikas Kumar, Professor of Operations and Supply Chain Management and Director of Research, Bristol Business School
  • Case studies in retail returns
    Jonathan Gorst, Deputy Head of Department (Interim), Department of Management, Sheffield Business School and Erica Ballantyne, Lecturer in Operations and Supply Chain Management, University of Sheffield
  • Developing an industry-focused supply chain management major and minor curriculum
    Sanjay Kumar, Richard E. Meier Professor of Management, Ceyhun Ozgur, Professor of Information and Decision Sciences and Sanjeev Jha, Associate Professor of Information & Decision Sciences, Valparaiso University
  • Research trends in SCM
    Anna Quitt, Program Director, M.Sc. International Logistics & Supply Chain Management and Director of the Institute, ISM International School of Management