MARTIN CHRISTOPHER
MARTIN CHRISTOPHER

"Supply chains compete, not companies"

"Supply chains compete, not companies"

THOUGHT LEADERSHIP
Reducing Costs Through Collaborative Working in the Supply Chain  

In these uncertain times, with many economic challenges ahead, the need to contain costs across the business is as strong as ever. As the world emerges from recession there are worrying signs that...

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Keeping a Lid on Supply Chain Complexity  

One of the biggest challenges facing business today is the growing complexity of their supply chains...

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Creating the "Resource-Lite" Supply Chain  

Perhaps one of the biggest issues to rise to prominence in the opening years of the 21st Century has been ‘sustainability’.  The growing concern with the environment, in particular the possibility...

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Creating the Resilient Supply Chain   

Supply chains in almost every industry have become more vulnerable to disruption.  Sometimes these disruptions are caused by unexpected events such as earthquakes, floods or volcanic ash clouds...


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The Supply Chain of the Future

The recent global economic turmoil has caused many companies and commentators to re-think their previously held views on the likely shape of the future business environment. It is clear that many of...


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Competencies and Skills for Tomorrow’s Supply Chain Managers

Supply chain management as an idea is still young.  The first recorded use of the phrase was in an article published in 1982 by two consultants from the London office of the company now called Booz...


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