Global Trade Management >> Podcasts
With the U.S. on the brink of a global trade war, importers and exporters are asking: Is there method to President Trump’s madness?
What do supply chains have in common with humans? They both need occasional health checks.
Artificial intelligence promises to have a profound impact on the way in which shippers and carriers do business together. Assuming, of course, that they’re able to make use of the wealth of data that the technology offers.
Blockchain is being touted these days as a revolutionary way of maintaining global supply chains. Is it living up to that promise?
How do you tell if your supply-chain partners are financially solvent? The crowd knows.
Few issues in supply-chain management are more polarizing than that of environmental sustainability.
"Zero tolerance" is the only way to approach the issue of human trafficking and slavery in supply chains. But how can companies make that happen?
Human trafficking and slavery in global supply chains would appear to be an intractable problem. But progress toward their elimination is being made.
The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act is 40 years old, and it hasn’t aged a bit.
Blockchain has the potential to transform supply chains.
Customs-compliance rules are costly, burdensome, time-consuming … and a potential source of competitive advantage.
Rising diplomatic tensions in North Korea and around the world pose a serious threat to global supply chains.
The world is overrun by debt. How can companies and supply chains protect themselves from the consequences of massive default?
Of all the potential disruptions to global supply chains today, terrorist attack might be the least understood, and the hardest to prepare for.
Manufacturers talk endlessly of the need for true collaboration with suppliers. But a surprising number of suppliers aren't on board with the concept.