This Week In Supply Chain Now: October 25th – 29th

Stay up to date on all the latest conversations, interviews, and episodes we released this week here at Supply Chain Now!

We started this week off with an episode of Digital Transformers with host Kevin L. Jackson. During this episode, Kevin sits down with three digital experts to discuss new approaches to establishing trust and provenance within a supply chain that is increasingly both digital and physical. This episode features Dustin McIntire the CTO of COMSovereign Holding Corporation. Eric Adolphe the CEO of Forward Edge-AI and Joshua Pendrick the CEO and Co-founder of Rypplzz.

For Monday’s This Week In Business History episode, Kelly Barner talks about the political act that led to an increase in organized crime and the end of the Great Depression.

On Tuesday, we released a new episode of Supply Chain Now with host Scott Luton and guest host Allison Giddens. They welcomed the head of Global Supply Chain for Peloton, Jennifer McKeehan, to the show. They discussed how the hybrid work environment is allowing the best leaders to shine by continuing to build strong, meaningful relationships, and much more.

This week we released an episode of Logistics With Purpose with hosts Enrique Alvarez and Kristi Porter. During this episode, they interviewed Julie Reusser, the Program Manager, for Feed the Hungry, and Roger Walterhouse the Director of Ministry Programs. This episode focuses on how the Feed The Hungry organization feeds over 380,000 children and maintains partnerships with over 23 countries.

For Thursday’s Supply Chain Now episode, Scott Luton interviews the great Billy Taylor. In this episode, Billy gives a little insight into his life and the lessons he learned to become a great effective leader at The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company.

On Friday, we released the Supply Chain Buzz with Scott Luton and Greg White. They are accompanied by Robin Gregg, CEO of RoadSync, and Lee Klaskow, Sector Head and Senior Analyst of Logistics for Bloomberg Intelligence. During this episode, some of the topics covered include port congestion, when to start holiday shopping, and the ongoing clash of logistics titans.

And to wrap up the week, we released an episode of Supply Chain is Boring with host Chris Barnes. This episode wraps up the sequel interview with Richard Sharpe from Competitive Insights.

This week has been packed with so many great stories! What was your favorite episode? Make sure you tune in next week for more great conversation, timely topics, and exceptional guests on Supply Chain Now!

Kim Reuter


From humble beginnings working the import docks, representing Fortune 500 giants, Ford, Michelin Tire, and Black & Decker; to Amazon technology patent holder and Nordstrom Change Leader, Kimberly Reuter has designed, implemented, and optimized best-in-class, highly scalable global logistics and retail operations all over the world. Kimberly’s ability to set strategic vision supported by bomb-proof processes, built on decades of hands-on experience, has elevated her to legendary status. Sought after by her peers and executives for her intellectual capital and keen insights, Kimberly is a thought leader in the retail logistics industry.

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Jose Miguel Irarrazaval

Host, Logistics with Purpose

Jose Manuel Irarrazaval es parte del equipo de Vector Global Logistics Chile. José Manuel es un gerente experimentado con experiencia en finanzas corporativas, fusiones y adquisiciones, financiamiento y reestructuración, inversión directa y financiera, tanto en Chile como en el exterior. José Manuel tiene su MBA de la Universidad de Pennsylvania- The Wharton School. Conéctese con Jose Manuel en LinkedIn.

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