Sheri Hinish Discusses the Future of Supply Chain with Rob O’Byrne, Top Supply Chain YouTube Series

 Sheri Hinish sat down with Rob O’Byrne to talk about the future of supply chain and many timely issues we are navigating at work and in our personal lives.In this 10 minute chat, they explore “what is sustainable supply chain”? She shares insights gathered from several global roundtables and virtual events discussed over the summer … Read more

Sheri Hinish, SupplyChainQueen, Speaking at the Reuters Retail Supply Chain Virtual Event with Alibaba, Ryder, Etsy, and UnTuckIt

There is a paradigm shift happening at the intersection of Retail, Supply Chain, Logistics and Technology. E-commerce, long hailed disrupter to retail, has been the consumers saving grace during COVID. 300 million people are primed for online shopping in the US alone. Supply chains must be demand driven, scalable, flexible and digital to ensure you … Read more

How to Thrive in COVID with Retail and E-Commerce Innovation: Small Business Series with SupplyChainQueen, UPS, and CoolHaus

3 years of progress in 3 months has become the new mantra in retail and e-commerce as businesses navigate digital transformation in a ‘never normal’ COVID world. As online spending reaches new highs, learn from Chris Byrne, and a super innovative business who is thriving Coolhaus featuring its EPIC SHE-E-O Natasha Case:💡Getting ahead of the curve, leaning into core … Read more

Sheri Hinish Will Speak About Diversity and Inclusion in Supply Chain at the Global Women Supply Chain Leaders Conference and Women in Supply Chain Awards

Insights for impact! Have you ever wondered about how to leverage Diversity & Inclusion in Supply Chain for innovation, talent management, competitive advantage, whilst building a world-class organization? Join Sheri, Damien Lhors from Baker Hughes, and Heidi Robertson from ABB in a panel sure to deliver insights for impact in a provocative panel moderated by Frederic GOMER.GWSCL 2020 is the first global … Read more

Exploring Circularity For Supply Chain Resilience in Navigating COVID and Beyond & The Wicked Debate of Sustainability Versus Circular Economy with The Ellen MacArthur Foundation

 Is optimizing for “less bad” the right pivot to navigate COVID and beyond? Supply chain resilience has a new meaning for many of us that is wrapped in the emotion unprecedented social, economic, and environmental crises. We’ve lost many lives to COVID and as unemployment reaches new highs, businesses and supply chains must choose to … Read more

Celonis Women in Digital Transformation Panel Discussion with Sheri Hinish and Other Leaders in Technology and Supply Chain

It’s time to be bold for change. Fellow STEMinists, women in tech and supply chain, let’s talk. Talent is everywhere, but access is not. I’m stoked to announce a journey to create a tight-knit community driven by women leading the way in digital transformation. Please join me and other amazing women on JULY 30th in … Read more

Exploring Disruptive Design: How Lego and IKEA Use Creativity, Technology, and the Human Experience to Build a Circular Economy w/ James George (Ellen MacArthur Foundation)

As competition intensifies, the need for creative thinking increases, else we’d be repeating the same patterns forever. The concept of a circular economy is a hot topic in the midst of COVID, not only because of its positive social and environmental impacts, but also due to the clear benefits of circular product design. As circular … Read more

Exploring Diversity and Inclusion in STEM for Competitive Advantage, and Building Digital Trust in a Digital Age with Transparency and Personalization

Women in technology remain highly underrepresented making up only 26% of related jobs whereby 3% of jobs are held by African-American women, 6% held by Asian women and 2% held by Hispanic women according to the National Center for Women and IT. What’s not shown in the image below, is that over 50% of the … Read more

Exploring Bias in Artificial Intelligence in Digital Transformation, the Future of Work, the Autonomous Supply Chain, and the Power of Diversity and Inclusion

AI and digital transformation are driving forces in business today. Yet, 67% of consumers are worried about AI discriminating against them. And 78% of consumers say that it is important for companies to take active measures to reduce bias in AI. Research shows that even the most well-designed AI systems can still end up with … Read more

The Human Side of Supply Chain Is Still Critical in Industry 4.0 Keynote at SAPICS Refocused

In this digital age, we all begin to use the technologies made possible by Industry 4.0. We are using artificial intelligence, machine learning, and smart contracts. And yet, supply chains are still run by people. These people use human intelligence, human learning, and human-driven contracts. The humans that operate global supply chains are younger and … Read more

New School Supply Chain Basics with Joe Lynch on the Logistics of Logistics Podcast

When the “logistics of logistics” meets “new school supply chain.” I chatted with Joe Lynch about progressive topics influencing the lives of the broad field to which we belong. In this episode, we explore “New School Supply Chain” which was a phrase born while I was at Rutgers University MsSCM program as a way to … Read more

SupplyChainQueen® Named a 2020 Supply & Demand Chain Executive “Pro to Know

Sheri Hinish, also known as the SupplyChainQueen® by clients and colleagues, has been named a 2020 Pro to Know by Supply & Demand Chain Executive magazine. The Pros to Know Awards recognize supply chain executives, and manufacturing and non-manufacturing enterprises, that are leading initiatives to help prepare their companies’ supply chains for the significant challenges … Read more

Leveraging Technology Convergences to Transform Supply Chain Visibility and Social Good

Technology convergences are driving a creative destruction and expansion of traditional business models. As the costs of sensing, computing, and cloud storage drops, algorithms become democratized and traditional challenges can be solved in innovative ways. Two significant inefficiencies in sourcing and procurement are insights into the provenance of materials and total costs of supply, particularly … Read more

Interview with Industrious Magazine on the Future of Supply Chain

Written by John Kultgen Meet Sheri Hinish. To colleagues and clients, she’s known as the “Supply Chain Queen.” Hinish has made a career out of helping brands rethink supply chain sales and operations planning, strategy, and talent management. She’s also a recognized IBM Futurist, and a strong voice across social and professional online communities. Now pursuing … Read more

Who Owns Your LinkedIn Profile, Social Media Profiles and Content? Your Employer or You?

I read a post today from Jake Dunlap, wherein he described that: “Your LinkedIn profile is your own…you own it, it’s your voice, it’s your opinions – not your companies. It’s the biggest mistake you can make to turn over your sharing and posts to your company vs. owning the content like your facebook, Instagram … Read more

The Future of Work in Supply Chain and the Importance of Technology & Culture

By 2020, 1/2 of the workforce will be comprised of millennials. The marriage of tech and culture, how we connect and leverage AI in automated workflows, and how we define the digital workplace will make or break success in digital transformation. With collaboration up more than 50% than just 30 years, think about how we … Read more

Top 10 Trends and Innovation in Supply Chain

In this video, I wrap up Day 2 of the Gartner IT Expo & Symposium where we discussed scaling transformation, the top 10 strategic investments that should be on your radar and the connection in all things, influencing the future of humanity, the future of work, the future of Supply Chain and B2B Integration. ‪ … Read more

You are Possible. Anything is Possible If You Have the Grit and Determination.

This is what a Harvard graduate student looks like. A working mother, passionate about building a better world for her children, future generations, and transforming the landscape of how we connect, plan, source, make, deliver, and promise value beyond traditional supply chain. The daughter of parents who did not have the opportunity to attend university, … Read more

New Research by MIT Uncovers the Behavioral and Network Features for Follow Back on Twitter

Interesting insights and exploration from Dylan Walsh, who tells the tale of Taumid Zaman, MIT professor, who tries to tries to get a follow from Taylor Swift and ends up with a new tool for information warfare. To influence someone on social media, first you need them to follow you. New research uncovers the behavioral … Read more

Innovation in OmniChannel Retail and Manufacturing Using RFID, Facial Recognition, AI, Deep-Learning, and Additive Manufacturing

In this video from CES 2018, I describe how personalizing the way things are made, shipped, and sold will transform the retail supply chain of the future. As we move to a make-to-order environment, where items are highly customized, supply chains will enable on-demand and automated tasks powered by AI, deep-learning, additive manufacturing, and IoT … Read more

Insights on Supply Chain Robotics, AI, IoT, and Smart Manufacturing Unveiled at CES 2018

Aligning technology, processes, and people with a holistic and intelligent approach across the supply chain is a rare find, particularly with one hand to shake. This is why I am so excited to show you how Panasonic is revolutionizing the integrated supply chain at CES 2018. Through automation advances and end-to-end connectivity, Panasonic has transformed … Read more

The Surprising Habits of Original Thinkers

How do creative people come up with great ideas? Organizational psychologist Adam Grant studies originals, thinkers who dream up new ideas and take action to put them into the world. In this video, you’ll learn three unexpected habits of originals, including embracing failure. “The greatest originals are the ones who fail the most, because they’re … Read more

How Blockchain Will Revolutionize Supply Chain by Building Trust and Transparency

The history of Supply Chain Management has evolved since its’ roots in the early 1900s. From improving labor processes of basic material handling and freight transportation, to more sophisticated approaches of balancing cost and efficiency trade-offs, the concept of a supply chain is no longer siloed. It requires integration of supplier-customer relationships, process synchronization, and … Read more

Sourcing Complex Professional Services in a Competitive Supply Chain

Quality is one of the most important factors for companies in the relationship between suppliers and customers (Ackerman, 2007). It requires integration of processes and data harmonization in a complex, global environment. Critical processes and strong relationships develop mutually beneficial outcomes, trust, strength and competitive advantage. We live in a time where globalization has forced … Read more

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