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Table of Contents

Vol. 22, No. 1
March 2011

Features

  • COVER STORY
    Closed and Open Doors of Innovation Members Only Content

    "Innovation — any new idea — by definition will not be accepted at first. It takes repeated attempts, endless demonstrations and monotonous rehearsals before innovation can be accepted and internalized by an organization. This requires courageous patience."
           — Warren Bennis, founding chair of the Leadership Institute at the University of Southern California
    John Yuva

  • Greening the Logistics Network Members Only Content

    The road to green energy and fuel efficiency in the supply chain is paved with supporting programs and strong supplier relationships, especially with third-party logistics providers.
    Lisa Arnseth

  • Get on the Right Track Members Only Content

    Professional educational tracks at ISM's Annual International Supply Management Conference and Educational Exhibit bring leading-edge knowledge to supply management professionals.
    Lisa Arnseth

  • SUPPLEMENTAL ARTICLE
    An Infusion of Nontraditional Supply Chain Talent Members Only Content

    Blending experienced supply chain management professionals with team members from a range of backgrounds has helped Raytheon Missile Systems conquer the complexities of a dynamic supply chain.
    Mike Jarrett

  • SUPPLEMENTAL ARTICLE
    Supply Base Balancing Act Members Only Content

    Before taking steps to localize the supply base, supply management organizations need to balance strategy and costs.
    William A. Verdini and Kevin Dooley

Columns

  • Supply Management Innovation Members Only Content

    From the Editor-in-Chief
    Organizations must continue to innovate to be successful.
    Terri Tracey, CAE, Editor-in-Chief

  • Change and Our Profession Members Only Content

    Executive Access to the CEO
    The more things change, the more supply management professionals must change, too.
    Paul Novak, CPSM, C.P.M., A.P.P., MCIPS

  • Taking Care of Your Top Talent Members Only Content

    Out In Front: Leading People, Leading Organizations
    Maintaining high-potential supply management personnel is critical to your organization's success as the economy recovers.
    Brent Edmisten

  • Social Media and the Workplace Members Only Content

    Tapping Into ... Supply Management Issues and Trends
    Today's online communication channels pose risks and lasting impacts for organizations that lack protection of confidential information.
    John F. Birmingham and Jennifer L. Neumann

  • The Rich Flavor of Diversity Members Only Content

    Sustainability: Responsible Supply Management
    Kellogg Company's supply management team is dedicated to working closely with diverse suppliers, adding layers of value to the company and the community.
    Cathy Kutch

  • How to Assert Yourself Members Only Content

    Personal Connections: Work. Life. Balance.
    If you're holding back on sharing ideas or solutions to business challenges, not only does this affect the success of your organization, it can also affect your career.
    Diane Amundson

Departments

  • Just in Time -- March 2011

    This article is not available online.


  • Supplier Diversity Effectiveness

    CAPS Research: Promoting Supply Management's Best Practices
    A new CAPS Research benchmark study details the effectiveness of tier two supplier diversity programs.
    D. Steven Wade

  • ISM News -- March 2011

    This article is not available online.


  • Beyond Borders Members Only Content

    International Insights
    Lisa Wolters-Broder

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