Monthly Archives: March 2014

Seizing the Day to Make Supply Chain Relevant

By Ed Hisscock | Posted on: March 17, 2014

As I read Fred Crans’ “relevance” piece this month I recalled something I wrote five years ago on what supply chain practitioners should be doing to seize the opportunities inherent in healthcare reform. Is what I thought still relevant? I … Continue reading

For What It’s Worth

By Thomas Sisk | Posted on: March 17, 2014

When Fred Crans approached me to write a piece on relevance, my first thought was, “He’s setting me up for the Marx Brothers bit from ‘Duck Soup.’ ” Chicolini: Now I ask you one…What is it has a trunk but no … Continue reading

How to Stay Relevant

By Fred Crans | Posted on: March 17, 2014

In the spring of 2006, my aunt, Charlene Norris, was dying of cancer. She lived out her final days being cared for by her son Robin, his wife Cindy and his loving family. They made her last days as pain-free … Continue reading