Supply Chain Executive Commentary

  1. Ask Coach: How Do I Empower My Team To Solve Problems? (Part 4)
    10/2/2014

    How do I empower my team to make decisions on their own, look at the whole picture of the problem, and bring it to resolution?

  2. The Quest For The Holy Grail: The 5 Best Metrics For Your Team (1 Of A 2-Part Series)
    10/1/2014

    I was asked this month to provide you with the 5 Best Metrics for Service Delivery Management. That task is pretty easy. I would guess that given an hour or so, I could probably give you 40 important metrics.

  3. Ask Coach: How Do I Empower My Team To Solve Problems? (Part 3)
    9/25/2014

    How do I empower my team to make decisions on their own, look at the whole picture of the problem, and bring it to resolution?

  4. Ask Coach: How Do I Empower My Team To Solve Problems? (Part 2)
    9/22/2014

    How do I empower my team to make decisions on their own, look at the whole picture of the problem, and bring it to resolution?

  5. 6 Bar Code Scanner Features To Consider For Asset Tracking
    9/22/2014

    Many government departments and offices are turning to bar code scanners to replace manual data entry. By utilizing bar code technology, a user can enter data nearly 20 times faster and do so about 20,000 times more accurately. These numbers can be extremely important when it comes to tracking valuable assets that are purchased with grants or assets that have a dollar value that determines that they must be tracked.  In most cases, once a grant is provided, the government office or department is tasked with tracking each item purchased by the grant in order to create accurate documentation to stay in compliance. In many cases when an audit turns out to be incorrect, it can result in lost grant opportunities or money owed.

  6. Ask Coach: How Do I Empower My Team To Solve Problems? (Part 1)
    9/18/2014

    How do I empower my team to make decisions on their own, to look at the whole picture of the problem, and bring it to resolution?

  7. The Cloud Channel-Partnership Checklist: 7 Key Elements For Successful Partnering
    9/17/2014

    Do you need to build a successful cloud channel partnership? Do you need to sell to mid- to large-size enterprise customers? Worry not — there are a few strategies that can help growing organizations succeed while building a successful channel partner program in the process. Implemented correctly, channel partnerships can offer a vertical focus, local contacts, and ultimately the business know-how that can take vendors years to acquire. Done right, a vendor can bring maximum return for both sales and financial success to the organization.

  8. The Internet Of Things: Why The Future Is In Your Pocket
    9/16/2014

    The Internet has developed significantly since it first came onto the scene thirty years ago. At its start, surfing was nonexistent and Internet/processor speeds were atrocious. Now, fast forward to today, the Internet isn’t even recognizable. Websites are more interactive than ever, advanced analytics can track website users, and almost every person has access to some basic level of Internet connection.

  9. Channel Sales Vendor/Partner Relationships: What Vendors Want (Part 4)
    9/16/2014

    It’s not love at first sight. It is all about the relationship between the vendor and the partner if a channel sales partnership is to be successful. A better understanding of what a vendor expects from a partner helps the solution provider make well informed and prudent business decisions that have a positive and profitable impact on their organization.

  10. The PDF Paradigm: Should You Use PDF On The Web?
    9/15/2014

    It’s been 21 years since Adobe debuted the Adobe Acrobat suite and introduced the PDF (portable document format) file format. Adobe also launched a free PDF reader in order to make PDF ubiquitous. You only had to purchase the software if you wanted to actually create PDF documents.

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