Monthly Archives: October 2014

That Which Doesn’t Kill Me Will Make Me Stronger….

By Ed Hisscock | Posted on: October 15, 2014

I greeted a friend at a conference last week, and when I asked how he was, he replied: “That which doesn’t kill me will make me stronger.” We had a laugh, and I replied: “You’re looking pretty fit.” As Jon … Continue reading

In Supply Chain, Resilience is the Result of Hard Work and Practice

By Jon Reiners | Posted on: October 15, 2014

Those who know me well know that I am an avid music fan, and somewhat of a hack guitarist, having played in several different bands throughout the years. I’ve had the opportunity to play numerous musical genres, but my favorite … Continue reading

The 6th R: Keeping the Rubber Band Supple

By Fred Crans | Posted on: October 15, 2014

Rubber bands break for three reasons. When they are new, they break because of a manufacturing flaw. When extreme stress exceeds their capacity for further expansion, they snap. Old rubber bands often dry out and become brittle, disintegrating at the … Continue reading