Conference presentation “Co-create Substantial Value through Next Level Customer & Supplier Relationships”

The two primary reasons for disappointment in key business relationships are: (1) Unrealistic expectations; (2) Expectations never articulated and agreed, and no plan to implement. Learn how to establish mutually beneficial relationships that articulate and achieve expectations. Conference presentation “Co-create Substantial Value through Next Level Customer & Supplier Relationships” delivered at the 2016 Queensland Supply…

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Webinar Recording: How to structure supply chain relationships that co-create value

Here is our webinar recording of Sharyn Grant and Dr Douglas Lambert who was live from Florida, discussing structuring and sustaining high performance business relationships using The Partnership Model and The Collaboration Framework, for competitive advantage and to co-create value. Guest Presenter: Dr Douglas M. Lambert, Director of The Supply Chain Management Institute (SCMi), Florida Host: Sharyn…

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Women in Logistics – Highlights and Post-event Wrap-up

SCLAA June – July 2016 Newsletter: A very educational and inspirational event for both women and men. The event identified key messages and ways for women to achieve their careers goals. This initiative is the ideal platform to raise awareness for women regarding the different career opportunities available to them in supply chain and logistics.

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So Long Paperchase!

Smarter Digital: In the not too distant past, businesses were on a constant paperchase turning offices upside down when invoices went missing or a faxed timesheet slid under the copier and somebody wound up not being paid. In supply chain management, you could well imagine this sort of scenario magnified ten times over where hundreds of micro…

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What Supply Chain Women Need to Succeed

Women can have a successful career in supply chain and logistics by increasing confidence substantially, being authentic and fearless leaders, communicating change requirements clearly and regularly, and engaging effectively and compassionately with all people and levels within an organisation.

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