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Supply Chain Prof" Richard Wilding OBE grills Carl Kuehl on his PhD topic: the Circular Economy. Find out how new business models can change the nature and flow of supply chains to reduce resource impacts and create economic value.Cranfield University
 
'Supply Chain Prof' Richard Wilding OBE and Carl Kuehl are joined by their colleague Michael Bernon and current Msc Logistics and Supply Chain Management students to reflect on playing the just-in-time simulation game and how it helped them put knowledge into action.Cranfield University
 
Supply Chain Prof Richard Wilding OBE and Carl Kuehl discuss one of the most important aspects of supply chain management: collaboration. They discuss how to manage the processes, infrastructure, management systems and people to create more competitive supply chains.Cranfield University
 
Supply Chain Prof Richard Wilding OBE and Carl Kuehl discuss Brexit, its potential fallout and impact on supply chains and what businesses can do right now to prepare for March 29th 2019 regardless of the outcome.Cranfield University
 
Carl Kuehl tunes in from Belgrade to introduce the Academy for Circular Economy. He interviews the founder Milan Veselinov and two participants to find out more about the initiative to create more circular and sustainable business models and supply chains in Serbia.Cranfield University
 
Supply Chain Prof Richard Wilding OBE and Carl Kuehl discuss the cost to serve concept - a powerful tool for supply chain managers to identify the end-to-end costs of serving specific customers.Cranfield University
 
Supply Chain Prof Richard Wilding OBE and Carl Kuehl discuss what knowledge and skills are desirable for senior supply chain and procurement leaders. They then dive into possible ways to develop your business, leadership and most importantly soft skills that can help to advance you to the next level!…
 
'SupplyChain Prof' Richard Wilding OBE and Carl Kuehl talk about the challenges of brick and mortar retailers in the UK, the advent of 'omni-channel' and the changing purchasing habits of consumers. They end the episode with a glimpse into what a stroll along your local high street could look like in the near future.…
 
'Supply Chain Prof' Richard Wilding OBE and Carl Kuehl unpack the CO2 Crisis that is currently causing rationing and production stops in the UK food and beverage industry. They discuss how interdependence between two seemingly different supply chains can be a source of major risks and disruption.Cranfield University
 
In this episode of Supply Chain Reaction, Cranfield University's 'Supply Chain Prof' Richard Wilding OBE and Carl Kuehl unpack Industry 4.0 and the impact it is having on supply chains. They explore 9 different elements and how they are combined to create disruptive supply chain innovation.Cranfield University
 
In this episode, Cranfield University's 'Supply Chain Prof' Richard Wilding OBE and Carl Kuehl discuss internal supply chain risks, their complexity and how managers can make sure they don't cause chaos.Cranfield University
 
Cranfield University's 'Supply Chain Prof' Richard Wilding OBE and Carl Kuehl discuss external supply chain risks and the importance of a clear corporate and supply chain strategy as a first step to effective risk management.Cranfield University
 
Cranfield University's 'Supply Chain Prof' Richard Wilding OBE and Carl Kuehl discuss one of the more highly publicised recent supply chain disruptions in the UK: the KFC chicken crisis. Using this case, they explore the importance of effective supply chain relationships and how to effectively manage them.…
 
Supply Chain Reaction is a podcast that explores current events and future developments in the supply chain management field. Our hosts Prof Richard Wilding OBE and Carl Kuehl will discuss topics, such as supply chain innovation, risks, supply chain alignment as well as the future impact of trends such as digitalisation and sustainability. So join …
 
Prof Richard Wilding OBE talks to Dr John Lockton, Managing Director of LCP Consulting about the differences between multichannel and omnichannel. Many brands are already having multichannel interactions with customers, but an integrated approach - across offline and online - is the next destination on the map for many. As the internet and eCommerc…
 
Dr Gabriela Alvarez, Director at Latitude talks about her research, which focuses on sustainable value chains within Nestlé and its portfolio of very different brands. For example, Nespresso have developed a sustainability approach from the farmer, community and a quality perspective, whereas Nescafé and other, larger brands within the organisation…
 
Andrea Abrahams, General Director, talks about the carbon management programme, BP Target Neutral, which works to the framework of reduce, replace and neutralise. Andrea also gives an example of where offsetting is a part of the carbon management strategy.Cranfield University
 
Dr Donna Samuel explains how SA Partners recognise extended enterprise, or supply chains, as one area of business with opportunities for major improvements. Customer value is one of the five principle factors within Lean and SA Partners has been engaging with Cranfield’s research around customer responsiveness in order to develop its Lean Business …
 
Odette Beattie, UK Manager for Resourcing in Marketing & Corporate Purchasing at Tesco talks about developing a consistent message for what 'good' recruitment looks like to your business. She also highlights some key points around the retention of good people.Odette Beattie
 
Doug Rode, Managing Director of Procurement and Supply Chain at Michael Page talks about some of the misconceptions around the ease of recruiting over the past few years given the current economic climate. Whilst social media and the internet have facilitated easier access to the right candidates, Doug also points out that the recruitment process i…
 
The all-too-frequent humanitarian disasters that occur each year need a carefully designed response. Since the Southeast Asia tsunami of 2004, the commercial and military disciplines of risk management, supply chain management and logistics have transformed how to speedily ensure resources reach the right place, in the right timescales. What are th…
 
Deborah Simpson is looking at the balance of power in relation to performance and how positive empowerment can be created through collaboration and better use of partnerships.Deborah Simpson
 
Established over 26 years ago, this 11 month full-time MSc is widely recognised as one of the top logistics programmes in the world. Whether you are already a professional in this field or are looking to move into this area, this programme provides you with the specialist knowledge and skills to further your career in supply chain management.…
 
The Cranfield Centre for Logistics and Supply Chain Management (CLSCM) based in the Cranfield School of Management, provides an international focal point for advanced teaching and research in the field of logistics, supply chain management and transportation management.Richard Wilding
 
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