Archive for social business networks

A Pulse on Social Networking for Supply Chain Management

In this month’s issue of Supply Chain Management Review, I share my perspective on the role and future of “social” technologies in supply chain management (see “The Social Side of Supply Chain Management,” available to subscribers). The article is over 4,000 words (the longest work I’ve written in years) and it covers a variety of topics, including the misconceptions supply chain executives have about social technologies; the current state of “social networking for business” and […]

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Ariba: At the Intersection of Social and Business Networks

Last week at the Ariba LIVE 2013 conference, I led a discussion session titled “At the Intersection of Social and Business Networks” with about fifty senior executives in supply chain and procurement. I made the case that we are currently seeing the rise of supply chain operating networks, the business equivalents of Facebook and LinkedIn, which are enabling communities of trading partners to communicate, collaborate, and execute business processes in more efficient, scalable, and innovative […]

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This Week in Logistics News (May 6-10, 2013)

After spilling coffee all over my desk this morning and cleaning up the mess, I am short on time, so let’s go straight to the news this week: C.H. Robinson Reports First Quarter Results XPO Logistics Announces First Quarter 2013 Results Elemica Introduces a Completely New Supply Chain Operating Network Platform Ariba and Discover to Transform B2B Payments with AribaPay JDA Announces the Release of JDA Cloud Optimize Service Offerings Roadnet Transportation Suite 3.6.2 Launches […]

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