Supply Chain Brief Webinar with the Supply Chain Queen

09 Days 22 Hours 30 Minutes 01 Seconds It’s a brand new year and a brand new decade! So much change is already underway in the supply chain, but what does this change entail and what does supply chain’s future hold? Join Sheri Hinish, affectionately called the Supply Chain Queen, and Deborah Dull, Principal of Supply … Read more

Executive Insights with the Supply Chain Queen – in Shipping and Freight Resources Publication

Executive Insights is a series by Shipping and Freight Resource that provides ongoing insights and thoughtful analysis enriching the knowledge of the readers with what is happening in the shipping, freight, maritime, logistics and supply chain industry.. Executive Insights is also a chance to pick the brains of industry veterans, leaders and enablers.. In this edition of Executive … Read more

The Supply Chain Revolution is Live!

The SupplyChainQueen launches the Supply Chain Revolution™! The Supply Chain Revolution™ gives people access to insights, strategies, and tools to make better choices that shape critical aspects of their business and personal lives, building transformational change for a better, sustainable world. Our team offers perspectives on Sustainable Supply Chain, Circular Economy, Corporate Sustainability & Innovation, Digital … Read more

SupplyChainQueen Highlighted in the Seasoned Leadership In Action Series

At Supply Chain Game Changer we believe in sharing experiences and expertise from people in every industry and from across the globe.  As such we have introduced our “Seasoned Leadership in Action™” Interview series here at Supply Chain Game Changer. This interview is with Sheri Hinish, the World renowned Supply Chain Queen®! I started hearing about … Read more

Optimizing Human Consciousness to Consume Responsibly

As stated by Adam Smith, economist and moral philosopher in his book Wealth of Nations (1776, p. 329), “consumption is the sole end and purpose of all production and the welfare of the producer ought to be attended to, only so far as it may be necessary for promoting that of the consumer.” There are … Read more

Sheri R. Hinish Named 10 Procurement Leaders to Watch in 2020

At Fairmarkit, we are constantly amazed by the ways that procurement leaders are driving their companies forward and pushing the envelope on innovation and strategy. Here are ten leaders that we are excited to watch in 2020.Sheri HinishKnown fondly in the industry as the “Supply Chain Queen,” Sheri has made a career rethinking supply chain … Read more

Podcast: SupplyChainQueen® and MIT Sustainable Supply Chains Alexis Bateman Discussion with Alcott Global ‘Supply Chain Leaders In Action’

Stream by clicking here.Download as an MP3 here. Alexis H. Bateman is a Research Scientist, MIT Center for Transportation & Logistics and the Director of MIT Sustainable Supply Chains. She has over fifteen years of experience in sustainability in the public sector, industry, and academic settings. Her work focuses on supply chain sustainability through research, education, and outreach. She has … Read more

SupplyChainQueen® Recognized as a 2020 Global Women in Supply Chain Leader

Over the years, women have worked hard to steadily carve their niche in the traditionally male-dominated supply chain industry. While women hold just 7% of supply chain leadership positions in 2016, women occupied 14% of C-Suite jobs in 2018 – an astonishing growth of 100% in just 2 years! This also proves that the industry … Read more

SupplyChainQueen® to Judge Supply Chain Brief 2019 MVP Awards

Supply Chain Brief brings together the best content from hundreds of industry thought-leaders. These awards will recognize the Most Valuable Posts as judged by our readers, award committee, and our machine intelligence and social media. We will recognize the posts that provide the highest value to industry professionals – useful and actionable information, that is … Read more

Why Supply Chains Will Save the World and How You Can Help

The rate of mass-consumption, increased population, and dynamics of social-cultural changes where humans are living in the moment cannot be sustained on its current path. The availability of natural resources are declining at alarming rates due to low consensus world views, lack of accountability in industrial systems for CO2 emissions, and hyperbolic discounting. Most would … Read more

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