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Vol. 1, No. 4 - Aug. 03

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August’s Policy Process Performance Enablers The Interview : James Rogers To call him author of a best …

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August’s Policy Process Performance Enablers

The Interview : James Rogers
To call him author of a best selling book minimizes this brilliant and fascinating individual.
Read The Interview

Case Studies
Transformation of your supply chain takes focus on all the 3Pe-Policy Process Performance and Enablers—these cases have got it all, as well as great advise from the leaders who made it happen.

  • net.com’s implementation of Valdero
    by K. Puls
    net.com is going through a business and supply chain transformation. They have also implemented some next generation technology from Valdero to make it all work.
    Read the study
  • StorageTek/Worldchain Case Study
    by Bill McBeath
    While people dream about integrating with their suppliers, StorageTek is doing it–and creating a win/win. Their network solution project with WorldChain is illuminating.
    Read the study

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From the Greek: to change
Para: to see.

This is our manufacturing issue.

Seeking a contract manufacturer in Asia, or securing continued brand recognitionin your markets, there are interesting articles for you here. The bigUS brands—Mr. Potato Head, or Barbie, well, they have foreign passportsnow.

This issue introduces two new columns for Parallax View:

  • The Interview
    We kick off this column with a truly interesting person- Jim Rogers. To call him author of a best selling book minimizes this brilliant and fascinating individual.
  • 3Pe in Action Case Studies
    We asked our readers what would be the most useful and educational content. Over and over again, case studies were requested and here they are. Not just the technology, but process innovation and real performance improvements!

Next month is our technology issue. Think companies are not getting value out of their supply chain apps? Think again—or read Parallax View next month. We looked at hundreds of projects. The results of our research will put a very painful and public chapter to rest for good, I hope.

September means back on the road. Conference season! And the grand duke of them all—The Council of Logistics Management—CLM—will take place in Chicago. ChainLink is running the Global Logistics Track. Learn about what it really takes to play and win on the global stage.

I am really excited about a new column we will launch in September:
Leaders in Supply Chain. I love learning and interacting with people who have the courage to make things happen. Their personal and truly inspiring stories will be freatured in Parallax View.

If you want to be an extraordinary person, you have to put out extraordinary energy. That’s how it works!

Enjoy the rest of your summer and see you in Chicago!

Ann Grackin

BRIEFS for August
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Featured Papers

The Greenwich Roundtable
by Steve McMenamin
Investing in China is still risky business. Read what some of the top thinkers from Goldman Saks, etc think about this.
Read the Article

Sharing our library from Ohio State on Supply Chain…

Power Influences the Supply Chain
by Maloni and Benton
Read the Article

Relationship Performance in the Automotive Supply Chain
by Maloni and Benton
Read the Article

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