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Supply Chain Management and the 57 – cent part . . . .

Materials managers, buyers, transportation coordinators, category managers, product engineers, suppliers, quality controllers, etc. all make up this mysterious world of Supply Chain. If you look at that list and think that one role is more important or more critical than another, then think again. Would it surprise you to learn that a 57 – cent part may have been the cause of GM’s recall crisis?

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Supply Chain Management – A Hot NEW Discipline?

As we are working “in the weeds”, every day, we often lose sight of how critical our function is. We, at The Mpower Group, do a lot of Strategic Sourcing and Supply Chain Management training as one of our service offerings because WE KNOW the value of a strong Supply Chain. I guess it has just taken the rest of the world a little time to catch up . . . . . .

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Social Media and the Supply Chain

Social Media and the Supply Chain

As I was looking through my normal round of websites this morning, an article caught my attention on mycustomer.com. The article was called “B2B Firms Reaping Supply Chain Benefits from Social Media” by Natalie Brandweiner. This article discusses how B2B firms need to leverage social media to support their supply chain. Being a B2B marketing professional supporting a sourcing/supply chain consultancy, I have found leveraging social media to be an interesting process.

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Who is the First Person You Should Hire (Part Deux) – Lutts and Mipps?

Who is the First Person You Should Hire (Part Deux) – Lutts and Mipps?

A question that has been asked repeatedly after my last post is related to asking the right questions so I thought that instead of responding individually, I would use this week’s blog post to respond to it. Those that have been through the Decision Making…

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Trends of 2012 – A Marketers Perspective

Trends of 2012 – A Marketers Perspective

On this snowy Thursday, I wanted to expand on Dalip’s blogs on trends from last week. As the head of marketing, I am looking at trends to better understand how I can better serve my company and the company can serve the market.  I have…

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