This Week In Supply Chain Now: April 26th – 30th
It’s time for Supply Chain Now! We’re looking back on the latest episodes, interviews, conversations, and livestreams from this week right here.
On Monday, we released 2 new episodes!
In this episode of Digital Transformers, powered by Supply Chain Now, hosts Kevin L. Jackson and Kelly Barner welcome Gary Storr and April Harrison with Trust Your Supplier to the podcast to discuss supplier management using blockchain.
On This Week in Business History, guest host Nick Roemer with Cibus21 walks us through the history of the COP: the conference of parties, as well as key milestones in actions to address sustainability.
On Tuesday, we released 2 new episodes!
On this episode of Supply Chain Now, Bobby Holland, Freight Data Solutions team at U.S. Bank and Drew Wilkerson, head of XPO’s transportation group in North America, share the results of the Q1 2021 report with Greg White and Scott Luton, interpreting what they may mean for the economy and the shipping industry in the short and longer term.
On TECHquila Sunrise, we looked back on a Classic episode where host Greg White shared the ins and outs of what it takes to get into supply chain tech.
On Wednesday, Charles Redding, CEO and President of Medshare, joined Enrique Alvarez and Adrian Purtill on Logistics with Purpose to share his inspiring journey, leadership advice, & fresh perspective on philanthropy.
On Thursday, we released a replay of The Supply Chain Buzz, a Supply Chain Now livestream powered by OpenText that focuses on the top news in supply chain this week. In this episode Greg White and Scott Luton are joined by Lora Cecere, Founder and CEO of Supply Chain Insights.
And finally, we ended the week on Friday with the release of 2 new episodes!
In this episode of Dial P for Procurement, Koray Kose, Senior Director of Supply Chain Research at Gartner, and Philip Ideson, Founder and Managing Director of Art of Procurement, join Co-hosts Kelly Barner and Scott Luton to discuss supply chain risk and procurement’s role in addressing it.
On Supply Chain is Boring, host Chris Barnes welcomed Raul Soto to discuss how he is hoping to leverage his experiences in retail on the front lines, military logistics, and new APICS CSCP certification as a foundation for a successful supply chain career.
Which was your favorite episode? Make sure you tune in next week for more great conversation, timely topics, and exceptional guests on Supply Chain Now!