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The Gig Economy Is Here to Stay — But Can Workers Survive in It?

The Gig Economy Is Here to Stay — But Can Workers Survive in It?

What are we talking about, when we talk about the gig economy?[more]


As The Gig Economy Grows, So Does Its Downside

As the Gig Economy Grows, So Does Its Downside

Futurists extol the virtues of the gig economy - a world of contract workers who call their own hours and enjoy a degree of independence not available to full-timers. But there's a downside to that scenario as well.[more]


Solutions to Bridging the Supply-Chain Talent Gap

Solutions to Bridging the Supply-Chain Talent Gap

All the uncertainty surrounding global trade and the economy doesn't appear to have put a dent in the market for supply-chain talent.[more]


Teaching Schoolkids About the Supply Chain

Teaching Schoolkids About the Supply Chain

When she entered college 20 years ago, Cheryl Dalsin didn't have a clue as to what supply-chain management was all about. It's likely that she had never heard the term. Now, she's determined to make sure that today's students aren't similarly ignorant about a promising career opportunity.[more]


From the S.F. Roundtable, Another Peek Into the Future

From the S.F. Roundtable, Another Peek Into the Future

The future of supply-chain management doesn't rest within a crystal ball or psychic's parlor. It can be found each fall, at a dinner and panel hosted by the San Francisco Roundtable of the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals.[more]


Bridging the Talent Gap in Supply-Chain Management

Bridging the Talent Gap in Supply-Chain Management

Despite gradual improvement since the summer of 2009 - the official end of the Great Recession - the U.S. unemployment rate remains unacceptably high. But don't tell that to companies in search of supply-chain talent.[more]