Volume 1 (2018-19)

Each volume of Journal of Supply Chain Management, Logistics & Procurement consists of four quarterly 100-page issues. The articles and case studies to be published in Volume 1 are:

Volume 1 Number 2 (Autumn/Fall 2018)

  • Editorial
    Simon Beckett, Publisher, Editor
  • A predictive model to determine the causes of safety stock requirements: An analytical approach to reduce working capital
    Fazlur Rahman, Manager of Logistics Analytics/Capabilities, Kraft Heinz Food Company
  • How retailers can build generational specific supply chains
    Mike Griswold, Research VP, Gartner
  • Can the two culture transformations ‘Lean’ and ‘digitalisation’ benefit from each other?
    Stefano Picasso, Franke
  • Mission overwatch: Emphasising a Joint One MEDLOG Concept
    Jerry D. VanVactor, Healthcare Administrator and Anthony D. Gray, Healthcare Administrator, U.S. Army Medical Service Corps
  • How one supply chain integrator resolved one investor owned utility’s ageing workforce challenges using a scalable solution
    Dave Frank, Senior Vice President of Business Development, WTEC Energy
  • Delivering loyalty: The evolution of logistics from internal process to critical customer touch point
    Christoph Glatzel, Senior Partner and Tim Lange, Associate Partner, McKinsey & Company
  • Improving logistics by interconnecting services in a Physical Internet: Potential benefits, barriers and developments
    Eric Ballot, Professor, MINES ParisTech, Fernando Liesa, Secretary General, ALICE and Rod Franklin, Managing and Academic Director of Executive Education and Adjunct Professor of Logistics, Kuehne Logistics University
  • Leveraging SCOR to develop future ready supply chains: The digital revolution
    Richard J. Sherman, Senior Fellow, Tata Consultancy Services

Volume 1 Number 1 (Summer 2018)

  • Editorial
    Editor
  • Leveraging supply chain analytics to improve performance
    Alan Milliken, Supply Chain Capability Development, BASF Corporation
  • How best-in-class organisations are making best use of bimodal supply chain strategy
    Juan Carlos Garcia, European Supply Chain Practice Leader, TBM Consulting Group
  • From strategy to execution: New forms of collaboration — integrating business partners into sales and operations planning processes
    Rolf Neise, Lecturer, International School of Management
  • Digital inventory powered by drones and robots
    Matt Yearling, CEO, PINC
  • Utilising eProcurement systems: Four concepts
    Jill R. Larson, Consulting Buyer, Puget Sound Energy
  • Navigating the US truckload capacity cycle: Where are freight rates headed and why?
    Chris Pickett, Chief Strategy Officer, Coyote Logistics
  • How Amazon’s delivery logistics redefined retail supply chains
    Raanan Cohen, Founder and CEO, Bringg
  • The challenges and opportunities of free trade agreements: How global trade automation can help
    Nicolas Ethevenin, Solutions Consultant & Evangelist, Amber Road
  • The inside enemy: Weaponisation of your logistical footprint
    Brian David Johnson, Futurist in Residence, Arizona State University’s Center for Science and the Imagination; Professor, School for the Future of Innovation in Society; Director, ASU Threatcasting Lab; Futurist, Fellow, Frost and Sullivan, and Natalie Vanatta US Army Cyber Officer; Deputy Chief of Research, Army Cyber Institute