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Effective Supply Chain Management in an Era of Decoupling Supply-Chain-Management-c2-1
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Why Is CA’s Vaccine And EDD Rollout Such A Mess? More than five weeks into its vaccination program, California doesn’t have nearly the supply to meet demand and there’s growing angst among residents over the difficulty to even get in line for a shot. Social media is awash with people seeking or giving tips on...
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The world will never be the same again. Black swan events such as the Covid-19 crisis leave the world scathed and wrung inside out, compelling people to identify and fix the frailties of social, political, and economic systems. The fixing can be either benign or drastic, depending on the shared values of a society. The...
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In Part 1 of the blog, we took a holistic look at the triggers, objectives and the intended (and unintended) consequences of the ongoing US-China trade war. We found that the trade war, at its core, is really about the domination of the global supply chain landscape. We saw how China’s economic rise since the...
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A key objective of the US-China trade war is to contain China’s economic rise and it appears this goal has been realized. During the April-June quarter, China’s GDP grew at 6.2 percent, and in July of 2019, China posted the slowest quarterly GDP growth in over three decades. However, it is worth questioning whether the...
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Nick Vyas, Founding Executive Director, Center for Global Supply Chain Management and Academic Director, USC Marshall, University of Southern California, was bestowed “Supply Chain Leader” for several achievements. This award honors an executive who exhibits extraordinary team and organizational leadership; provides dedicated coaching, mentoring and support of fellow professionals; and makes lasting contributions to advancing...
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