Education & Professional Development >> Podcasts
Education is falling short at all levels in preparing students for a life in the gig economy.
We're well into the 21st century, but we seem no closer to achieving gender parity in supply-chain leadership positions.
Forget about the old style of business networking. "Social" networking has brought a whole new meaning to the term.
More and more women today are stepping up as entrepreneurs. What will it take for them to succeed?
The so-called platform economy promises to drastically change the nature of work. Is that a bad thing, or a good thing?
At some point, every organization must change in order to survive. How do we combat the natural human tendency to resist it?
Supply-chain professionals, assuming they sought out the position in the first place, have typically learned the ropes by doing the job. Not anymore.
The "sharing economy" is supposed to empower workers and usher in a new era of job satisfaction. Can it deliver?
There's a good chance that your corporate training program isn't up to snuff.
Starting up a business requires brains, heart and money - but in the case of the last, not as soon as you might think.
Are supply-chain managers finally getting the respect they deserve?
It's safe to say that no child yearns for a career in supply chain. But schools and educators are working to change that.
When it comes to teaching the complexities of supply-chain management, is digital learning as effective as the traditional in-class experience?
Are the doors open to women looking to pursue a career in logistics?
Five years from now, the global work environment will look a lot different than it does today. But many companies aren't prepared to deal with the change.