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

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

Sheri Hinish Featured in Inside Supply Management (ISM) Magazine, April 2019

A Circuitous Path to Supply ManagementPractitioners who come from other professions find that, while they need to learn new skill sets, capabilities from previous jobs can help them in their new roles. By Sue Doerfler LEARNING FROM SOMETHING NEW A background in information technology and accounting led Sheri Hinish to supply management. She had been working in IT, … Read more

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

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

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

SupplyChainQueen Featured in Let’s Talk Supply Chain Podcast, Women in Supply Chain Series

In this episode (start at 4:46), I share my journey to success, how I became known as the Supply Chain Queen, my new role as an IBM Futurist, thoughts about innovation and co-creation in supply chain. I share advice to the next generations and a point of view on the future of supply chain. Per … 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

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