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Happy Thanksgiving from Supply Chain Matters

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We would like to extend to all of our U.S. readers and throughout the globe, warm Thanksgiving Greetings and best wishes for the holiday.  This is a holiday to reflect on the blessings of family and life, along with all blessings.  We trust that readers will have the opportunity to enjoy the company, good food, and libations of this traditional holiday. Supply Chain Matters will publish limited activity over the next few days as we take some time to enjoy the company of extended family. Bob Ferrari, Founder and Executive Editor


Report Card on Supply Chain Matters 2012 Predictions for Global Supply Chains- Part Four

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On the eve of the Thanksgiving Holiday here in the U.S., a holiday to look back and reflect on the blessings of family and life, it is also our time to reflect and scorecard our Supply Chain Matters 2012 Predictions for Global Supply Chains which we published nearly a year ago. Our annual process is to first scorecard the current year’s predictions before publishing our upcoming 2013 predictions during December. Our scoring process this year will be on a four point scale.  Four will be the highest score, an indicator that we totally nailed the prediction.  One is the lowest score, an indicator of; what were we thinking? In our Part One posting, we reflected on the initial three predictions issued nearly a year ago. Our Part Two posting scored Prediction Four, focused on specific industry supply chain challenges in 2012. Part Three scored Predictions Five through Seven. In this […]