How to Set SMART Goals for Your Supply Chain Career

Professional Growth | March 13th, 2019

Goal setting is an effective habit and can be an almost therapeutic process. It’s critically important, however, to set goals correctly. Too often, people consider only final outcomes without taking into consideration the small benchmark goals. Or, they set goals that are not big enough. One highly effective way to… Read More

The Best Time of the Day to Apply for Jobs

Finding a New Job | February 27th, 2019

The typical job seeker applies to job opportunities when it’s most convenient. If they’re employed, job seekers generally apply to new jobs in the evenings and weekends; while unemployed job seekers likely apply first thing in the morning. Although these times may be convenient, research has shown they don’t have… Read More

Do You Know the True Cost of a Bad Hire?

Client Resources | February 20th, 2019

Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh once said that bad hires cost his company more than $100 million. While your company may not be racking up a similar number, it’s hard to argue that bad hires are an unnecessary cost that companies should be doing everything they can to eliminate. More than… Read More

5 Ways to Fall Back in Love with Your Supply Chain Job

Uncategorized | February 13th, 2019

Loving your job doesn’t mean you jump out of bed in the morning and race to your workplace just to bask in the glow of your responsibilities. Loving your job means you are content, willing to overlook its minor imperfections, and willing to work hard to make that love continue.… Read More

Should I Get My MBA in Operations and Supply Chain Management?

Professional Growth | February 6th, 2019

Supply chain management is all about the big picture: Supply chain employees focus on specific responsibilities, while those in management put everything together to make it all function smoothly. Those looking to take in ‘big picture’ responsibilities in the supply chain industry should consider earning a Master of Business Administration… Read More

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