Gregory Schlegel, founder of the Supply Chain Risk Management Consortium at Lehigh University, describes how supply-chain risk is occupying a central role in university and professional education, and why it's vital that executives embrace the discipline.
Lisa Anderson, founder and president of LMA Consulting Group Inc., offers advice on how supply-chain managers can function efficiently in a time of deep uncertainty – and why's it's vital to achieve visibility of both customers and suppliers.
Nehemiah Scott, professor and director of supply-chain management at the University of Illinois' Gies College of Business, describes how the topic is being taught in online courses during physical school closures and the coronavirus pandemic.
Paul Dickson, president of wholesale pharmaceutical distributor Morris & Dickson Co. LLC, describes efforts to allocate limited supplies of the antiviral drug remdesivir during the coronavirus pandemic.
Bobby Holland, vice president and director of freight data solutions with U.S. Bank, discusses the results of the firm's latest quarterly Freight Payment Index, what it means for truckers, and how it mirrors trends in the economy as a whole.
Rob Valdez, director of cybersecurity and automation services with CPA and advisory firm Kaufman Rossin, describes how artificial intelligence can help companies weather the current coronavirus pandemic, as well as other major supply-chain disruptions.
Felicity Hassan, U.S. managing director of executive search firm Audeliss, offers tips on how companies can follow through on their commitments to increase diversity in the recruiting and hiring process.