Monthly Archives: January 2014

Ensuring Supply Chain’s Relevance

By Ed Hisscock | Posted on: January 26, 2014

In a recent issue of this newsletter, Fred Crans wrote about “the one thing” that people in any line of work must master in order to succeed. This month he has begun a series on “the three things” – the … Continue reading

Choosing to Accept Change

By Nick Gaich | Posted on: January 26, 2014

When Fred ask me to write a short article regarding my thoughts on the importance and impact of change management principles for supply chain executives in today’s healthcare environment, I was immediately struck with a centering theme of “choice.” Choice? … Continue reading

Everything Old is New Again: Bubble-charting Excellence

By Fred Crans | Posted on: January 26, 2014

The noted American philosopher and intellectual guru, Willie Nelson, once said, “Amateurs copy; professionals steal.” Since I consider myself to be the consummate professional, I am stealing the idea for this month’s article from the work of three renowned supply … Continue reading