Monthly Archives: April 2015

Healthcare’s Supply Chain is Different, and Therein Lies the Motivation for Change

By Ed Hisscock | Posted on: April 7, 2015

Have you ever tried to teach the nuances of the healthcare supply chain to someone steeped in the practices of another industry’s supply chain? I have, and I can tell you it is frustrating. I lecture every semester at Michigan … Continue reading

The Age-old Promise and Conflict of People-Process-Technology

By Glen Hall | Posted on: April 7, 2015

Since the dawn of time, when people discovered how to make tools and use fire (technology), things have never been the same. As a species, how we fed, clothed, sheltered and took care of ourselves (process) changed dramatically. Some would … Continue reading

The Road Goes On…

By Fred Crans | Posted on: April 7, 2015

Robert Earl Keen is a singer-songwriter with a large cult following among “roots music” or “outlaw music” sorts such as myself. His most famous song is one about a short, ill-fated and violent relationship between a man and a woman … Continue reading