Sheri Hinish, Supply Chain Queen, named a 2019 Pro to Know by Supply & Demand Chain Executive

Sheri Hinish was recognized as a 2019 “PRO TO KNOW” by Supply & Demand Chain Executive for outstanding leadership in supply chain that stood out among her peers. She will be included in this year’s article” under the Supply Chain Queen brand! The Pros to Know Awards recognize supply chain executives, andmanufacturing and non-manufacturing enterprises, that … Read more

A Lesson In Leadership: Your Patience When You Have Nothing and Your Attitude When You Have Everything Will Define You

My hometown in Maryland is covered in a blanket of snow. There is something peaceful about the Winter-pause as we wait for the promise of Spring, where nature regrows and transforms, a part of a cycle much bigger than a singular change, a singular thing. As I look out the window of my home office, Winter … 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

2019 Resolutions: Lead with Purpose, Buy with Purpose, and Design your Supply Chain for Zero Waste

In this video, I’m highlighting something front of mind during the holiday season…buying with purpose.  Buying with Purpose is understanding the handshake you making with trading partners upstream in sourcing and procurement, in harvesting and acquisition of raw materials, and delivering the promise you make to customers that they are buying safe, reliable, ethical products. On … 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

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

How to Beat Rejection by Turning a “NO” Into a Queendom

I was in Charlotte this week and met with a friend, Daniel Stanton; you may know him as Mr. Supply Chain and author of the book “Supply Chain for Dummies”. He was joined by his wonderful family including his wife Ruth and their three beautiful girls. As we chatted at a local craft brewery called OMB, … Read more

The Two Best Habits People with High EQ Use To Optimize Meetings

Meaningful tips from behavioral scientist Nick Hobson who describes quick and effective tips to drive efficiency and engagement in meetings. I feel like my days turn into meeting after meeting and it can erode productivity on my teams. Hoping these tips shift the energy of your interactions. Reference: https://www.inc.com/nick-hobson/how-emotionally-intelligent-people-run-meetings.html?cid=search&_lrsc=50f35f88-05cb-41d8-a595-b529dd54efb7 Personal gripes aside, research has shown that meetings have increased … Read more

How Business Can Bridge the Gap to Solve Social Problems

Why do we turn to nonprofits, NGOs and governments to solve society’s biggest problems? Michael Porter admits he’s biased, as a business school professor, but he wants you to hear his case for letting business try to solve massive problems like climate change and access to water. Why? Because when business solves a problem, it … Read more

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