Volume 2 (2019-20)

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 2 are listed below. Further articles scheduled to be published in Volume 2 can be viewed on the 'Forthcoming content' page.

Volume 2 Number 3 (Spring 2020)

  • Editorial
    Simon Beckett, Publisher
  • Managing your talent supply chain: Why you should care
    Allen Chilson, Talent Acquisition Manager – Strategic Partnerships, BASF and Jim Wehner, Vice President, Global Client Lead, KellyOCG
  • Risk mitigation strategy to eliminate risks associated with claim management in operational procurement through automation
    Mian Wasim Layaq, Supply Chain and Procurement Researcher, Department of Transport and Logistics, Alexander Goudz, Lecturer, Department of Transport and Logistics, and Bernd Noche, Head of Department of Transport and Logistics, University of Duisburg Essen
  • Intelligent industrial assets drive sustainable service supply chains
    Gerald Jackson, Vice President of Digital Product Management, GE Digital
  • Developing effective programmes to protect modern corporate supply chains against human trafficking and slavery
    Sarah Carpenter, Chair of Assent Compliance’s Corporate Social Responsibility Steering Committee
  • Plan, implement and institutionalise: The three phases of a supply chain resiliency programme that can deliver robust
    ROI Bindiya Vakil, CEO and Founder, Resilinc
  • Managing supply chain visibility: The challenges of the UK food sector
    Yiren Li, Masters student in Supply Chain and Logistics Management, Warwick Manufacturing Group, University of Warwick, Vikas Kumar, Professor of Operations and Supply Chain Management and Director of Research. Bristol Business School, University of the West of England and Paul Hardman, Director and Head of the Corporate and Commercial Departments, Gregg Latchams
  • Bridging the talent gap: What is being done and what needs to be accomplished to help fill in or eliminate the supply chain management talent gap?
    Joseph Walden, Assistant Area Director and Lecturer, The University of Kansas

Volume 2 Number 2 (Winter 2019-20)

  • Editorial
    Simon Beckett, Publisher
  • Developing a supply chain organisational structure to gain competitive advantage in today’s marketplace
    Laura Gloss, Director of Procurement, SRC
  • Additive manufacturing supplier risk mitigation
    Sarah Zerga, Quality Assurance Engineer, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
  • Understanding and managing future risk: Case study on managing supply chain data
    Michael Hoeksema, Supply Manager, Knape & Vogt Manufacturing
  • How and why to operate a robust sourcing programme to manage human rights risks
    Rachel Wilshaw, Ethical Trade Manager and Beck Wallace, Ethical Trade Adviser, Oxfam GB
  • New technologies bring new risks to the supply chain
    Jennifer Bisceglie, Founder and CEO, Interos and Mark Weatherford, Global Information Security Strategist, Booking Holdings
  • Organisations find improving supply chain maturity leads to sustainable growth
    Rex Clothier, Vice President, Consumer Packaged Goods
  • Why becoming demand driven is crucial for a successful digital transformation
    Patrick Rigoni, Founding Partner, SmartChain International 
  • Advancing purchasing organisations and processes: Current research discussions and their business impact
    Anna Quitt, Professor for International Management, Matthias Lederer, University Lecturer and Erich Groher, International School of Management

Volume 2 Number 1 (Autumn/Fall 2019)

  • Editorial
    Simon Beckett, Publisher
  • 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 e-commerce order-fulfilment productivity: A case study
    John C. Peck, Edward W. Page, Co-founders, Jim Bate, Vice President for Software Development, Garry R. Harper, Vice President of Sales and Marketing, FastFetch Corporation and Joe Plassmeyer, Director of Operations, BuySeasons
  • Enterprise-wide packaging optimisation
    Jack Ampuja, President, Supply Chain Optimizers
  • Real-time monitoring reduces costs, enables supply chain transparency, and contributes to a sustainable society
    Jon Hjertenstein, CEO, Mobile Sensory Technologies
  • 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, Supply Chain and Network Operations practice and Jeroen Kusters, Senior Manager, Deloitte Consulting
  • The human chain in logistics and supply chain management research and practice
    Edward Sweeney, Professor of Logistics and Systems and Director, Aston Logistics and Systems Institute and Witold Bahr, Researcher and Educator, Aston University
  • A 3PL’s role in perishable freight transportation
    Geoff Turner, President and CEO, Choptank Transport