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Dems Pursing Dumb Things, Goofying Up the Supply Chain, Human Smuggling Catastrophe, Military Morale See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Kia ora,Welcome to Wednesday's Economy Watch where we follow the economic events and trends that affect Aotearoa/New Zealand.I'm David Chaston and this is the International edition from Interest.co.nz.Today we lead with news supply-chain stress in threatening the global economy in a fundamental way now. And weaker American consumer sentiment isn't helping.The rise in American inventories is starting to become concerning, although much of it is just caused by price rises. Still even if retail inventories were only up +1.7% in May from April, they are up a sharp +17% from May 2021. Wholesale inventories are where the real problems are, up +25% year-on-year. Congestion in shipping, rail and warehouse supply lines haven't really eased. The prospect of an inventory-correction has to be rising. There could be US$250 bln in excess stock in their supply chains, US$150 bln in wholesale channels, US$100 bln in retail channels. That represents about 1% of US economic activity, so any pullback would be noticeable even if not huge. World-wide it is a very much larger problem and that is where the real risk lies.The US merchandise trade deficit for May came in less than for April although not by much. But at least it was their lowest in five months with exports rising +22% year-on-year. As we have noted before, the overall trade deficit amounts to only about -4% of US GDP, again very manageable in the intermediate term at least.The weekly Redbook indicator as an early view on American retail sales shows them tracking little-changed with no real sign of any slowdown on this front.But the Richmond Fed factory survey does, confirming what the Dallas Fed survey indicated yesterday - that the top is off new order levels and future prospects don't look as bright in June.And the widely-watch Conference Board survey of consumer sentiment in June has turned negative too, near a ten year low. You would expect this negativity to show up in retail sales activity soon. If not, the mood turn is entirely political, not economic.Will the US Fed change its tightening course? Michael Burry thinks a retail bullwhip is coming and they will. But overnight senior central bank speakers in both the US and the ECB doubled-down on their inflation-fighting purpose.In China, senior officials are exhorting farmers to bring in a good grain harvest, an unusual move that probabaly indicates some concerns about food security in light of Russia's invasion of Ukraine.In Germany, GfK Consumer Climate Indicator declined to a fresh record low even if it wasn't quite as bad as expected. It been really negative for the past four months.In Europe generally, we should note that Turkey has now consented to both Finland and Sweden joining NATO.In Australia, their Federal Government has racked up AU$892 bln in bond debt - and growing. (For reference, the NZ Government has AU$168 bln gross outstanding.) At the rate they need to issue new debt, it will exceed AU$1 tln in the next few years. They now have a very serious interest rate risk. Plus, just given the quantum they have at risk, the market appetite for more may be constrained - meaning buyers may get hard to find. The head of their debt management office has been out explaining his expected predicament.The UST 10yr yield starts today unchanged from this time yesterday at 3.20%. The price of gold is at US$1821/oz in New York and down -US$2 from this time yesterday.And oil prices are +US$1.50/bbl higher at US$110.50/bbl in the US, while the international Brent price is now just over US$113.50/bbl.The Kiwi dollar will open today -½c lower at 62.5 USc. Against the Australian dollar we are down -¾c at 90.3 AUc. Against the euro we are little-changed at 59.4 euro cents. That means our TWI-5 starts today at just on 70.5 and down a further -30 bps.The bitcoin price has moved little from this time yesterday and is now at US$20,581 and down -0.6%. Volatility over the past 24 hours has been modest at +/- 1.6%.You can find links to the articles mentioned today in our show notes.And get more news affecting the economy in New Zealand from interest.co.nz.Kia ora. I'm David Chaston and we'll do this again tomorrow.
In this episode we talk to Louis O'Connor, Founder, and Principal of Strategic Metals Invest about the fascinating world of strategic metals.These are the metals and oxides required to keep our modern technology working and that are essential to the green transformation in energy and transport.Strategic metals constitute both a strategic supply chain challenge and an investment opportunity and Louis' company, Strategic Metals Invest, is the only industry supplier in the world to offer private investors the option to purchase and profit from owning Strategic Metals.The investment proposition is pretty much the same as investing in precious metals, but instead the investor is purchasing strategic metals that have an intrinsic value for industrial applications.In this interview, we find out from Louis exactly what strategic metals are, what they are used for, where they come from and why they are becoming an asset class of interest to investors. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Jared Nuessen, Toro Product Marketing Manager with the Pro division, speaks to some of the ways Toro is navigating the current supply chain climate to lessen the impact on contractors, and provide advice on equipment purchase planning and new products/innovations from Toro. 50% Off Equip Expo 2022 Registration Thanks for listening! Episode links below... https://linktr.ee/lawncarerookie Podcast Merch https://teespring.com/stores/lcr-6 *THANKS to our Podcast Sponsor the Toro Company!
Genevieve LeBaron is a new Professor and Director of the School of Public Policy at Simon Fraser University, and the Principle Investigator of the ReStructure Lab. In this episode, Am and Genevieve discuss her research work on forced labour and the global market forces which incentivize those practices. They also discuss the new role for public policy in solving real-world solutions as well as the unique context of the School of Public Policy at SFU and its broader impact. Full episode details: https://www.sfu.ca/vancity-office-community-engagement/below-the-radar-podcast/episodes/178-genevieve-lebaron.html Read the transcript: https://www.sfu.ca/vancity-office-community-engagement/below-the-radar-podcast/transcripts/178-genevieve-lebaron.html Resources: Meet Genevieve LeBaron, School of Public Policy's New Director: https://www.sfu.ca/mpp/news-events/news/welcome-genevieve-lebaron.html Genevieve LeBaron: https://www.genevievelebaron.com/about ReStructure Lab: https://www.restructurelab.org/ Confronting the Business Models of Modern Slavery: https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/1056492621994904 Hybrid (un)freedom in worker hostels in garment supply chains: https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/pdf/10.1177/00187267221081296 The Unequal Impacts of Covid-19 on Global Garment Supply Chains: http://speri.dept.shef.ac.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/The-Unequal-Impacts-of-Covid-19-on-Global-Garment-Supply-Chains.pdf Bio: Genevieve LeBaron is a Professor and Director, School of Public Policy, at Simon Fraser University's Vancouver campus. Her award-winning research investigates the business of forced labour in global supply chains and the effectiveness of government, industry, and worker-led strategies to combat it. Her latest books are Combatting Modern Slavery: Why Labour Governance is Failing and What We Can Do About It (Polity Press, 2020, Winner of the Academy of Management SIM Division's Best Book Prize) and Fighting Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking: History and Contemporary Policy (Cambridge University Press, 2021, co-edited with David W. Blight and Jessica Pliley). She is the author of over forty academic journal articles and book chapters. LeBaron is Co-Principal Investigator of Re:Structure Lab, a research and policy Lab based across SFU School of Public Policy, Stanford and Yale Universities. Her research has attracted funding from several councils and foundations, including: Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC); the UK's Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC); The British Academy; Ford Foundation; Leverhulme Trust; and Humanity United. LeBaron has was elected to the College of the Royal Society of Canada in 2020. Drawing from her research, LeBaron works closely with governments, United Nations agencies, global companies and others to build measures to prevent forced labour directly into their business models and supply chain relationships. She currently serves on the UK Parliament's Modern Slavery and the Supply Chain Advisory Committee. Cite this episode: Chicago Style Johal, Am. “Forced Labour, Modern Slavery and the Global Supply Chain — with Genevieve LeBaron” Below the Radar, SFU's Vancity Office of Community Engagement. Podcast audio, June 28, 2022. https://www.sfu.ca/vancity-office-community-engagement/below-the-radar-podcast/episodes/178-genevieve-lebaron.html.
There is a lot of talk out there in the world about how digital transformation is a people focused transformation, but the application of that seems to get lost. In order for manufacturers to thrive in the factory of the future, we need to place our focus on the user experience and putting people first. In today's episode, we speak to Dr. Stefan Kozielski, Associate Director Of Manufacturing and Supply Chain at Boston Consulting Group, about his experience advising manufacturing leaders and what manufacturers need to do to get started on a people focused journey to the factory of the future? Join us as we discuss: A Realistic Approach to Digital Transformation Leadership & Psychological Safety Making a Focus On People the Future Keep connected with Conquering Chaos at Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or our website. Listening on a desktop & can't see the links? Just search for Conquering Chaos in your favorite podcast player.
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LLN (6/27/22) – The results are in after a six-month-long survey into supply chain issues in Missouri. OOIDA President Todd Spencer talks about the supply chain task force, and the report that takes a look at potential improvements and solutions. Also, it's important to be proactive when it comes to insurance. The experts from OOIDA's Truck Insurance Department discuss the importance of protecting yourself before and after a claim. And every year, Congress has one duty called for by the Constitution – to essentially pay the bills. And that process is underway right now. 0:00 – Newscast. 09:55 – Supply chain survey, task force. 24:48 – Protecting yourself when you have a claim. 39:21 – Paying the bills.
Stock Market Value Index It's important to remember how quickly the right stocks can move and it's one of the many reasons I don't try to time market bottoms. If we look back to the last time the market was spooked by the Fed raising interest rates, it was December 2018 and the Russel 1000 Value Index lost 15.7% from November's close to the low in December. This is when we had an intra-day bear market or a loss of at least 20% from the high. Fast forward about 2 months to the end of February 2019 and the Russel 1000 Value Index gained 18.5% from the low and was about flat compared to the November 2018 close. With so much bad news currently being factored into the current stock prices, I believe the right companies can still end 2022 on a positive note. As always when you invest think about where you will be 2-3 years down the road and don't try and predict the absolute bottom. Tech Stocks With the markets falling, people keep asking me if they should hold and wait for their investments to come back. I always say it depends on what you have, and it could be dangerous to hold the high-priced tech stocks we have talked about. If we look at the Nasdaq which is a good barometer for many of the tech stocks, it is now down about 33.4% from its 52-week high. I still would not be surprised if the Nasdaq fell 50% from it's high as valuations were out of control before the recent sell off. If this fall did occur, that would be a fall of another 24.9% from current levels. It's important that we don't forget history and that in the tech bust the Nasdaq fell close to 80% from its highs. If that were to happen again it would be a decline of 70% from today's level. This is one of the main reasons I stick to value investing as people forget how risky these high-priced tech stocks can be. United States Supply Chain Morgan Stanley conducted a survey of more than 400 executives from large corporations in the US, Germany, and Japan. They discovered the most important factors in supply chain decisions are geopolitical stability, skilled labor, physical infrastructure, and a developed supply chain ecosystem. I'm happy to share that the United States outranked Europe, China, and Mexico. The good news is 18% of the companies plan to significantly expand US manufacturing in the next 12 months and 36% have a three-year plan for doing the same. I also observed more than 40% of the US companies are working hard to onshore supply chains. This could be a big benefit in our economy over the next 12 to 36 months. Harrison Johnson, CFP®: Deducting California taxes for Business Owners
Joe Lynch and Steve Elwell discuss 3 emerging supply chain trends. Steve helps businesses manage challenges through improvements to leadership, liquidity, sales, and costs. About Steve Elwell Steve Elwell is the Founder of iDev Partners, which is a business consultancy focused on turnaround, growth, and Improvement. Steve brings a strategic and practical approach to the challenges of leadership and business profitability. He is an expert in the growth and turnaround of small and medium manufacturing, logistics, and technology businesses. He led the turnaround of 6 troubled companies and started 2 new businesses. He successfully recruited and led 6 sales forces, introduced dozens of new products, and entered 10 new markets. As a retained executive search consultant, he built C-suite leadership teams for clients in a variety of industries. Steve earned a BA in Economics and Management and an MBA. He lives with his family in suburban Detroit. About iDev Partners iDev Partners provides growth and turnaround services to owners and executives of small and medium-sized automotive, industrial, and technology businesses. Areas of focus include new market entry, new product development, sales effectiveness, partnerships and alliances, operational excellence, and financial management. Key Takeaways: 3 Emerging Supply Chain Trends Steve Elwell is the Founder of iDev Partners, which is a business consultancy focused on turnaround, growth, and Improvement. Steve brings a strategic and practical approach to the challenges of leadership and business profitability. In this podcast, Joe and Steve discuss 3 emerging supply chain trends. Trend #1: China represent a higher supply chain risk There is significant political risk with the current Chinese government leadership. An older, more expensive population means China is not a low-cost country for business. The housing/financial issues within China threaten the country's financial stability. Ongoing infrastructure and water issues has the potential to disrupt supply chains. Trend #2: Near sourcing and shorter supply chains Many companies are moving to supply chain partners located in North America to reduce supply chain risk, transportation costs, transportation time, and environmental impact. The port congestion and challenges caused by the pandemic highlighted the problem with suppliers from Asia. Trend #3: Better decision making enabled by end-to-end connectivity, transparency, and visibility. Investment in technology is enabling companies to make better decisions because they have visibility into their supply chains. Soon, supply chains will be connected from order-to-cash or end-to-end, which that there will be a “digital twin” that represents the physical supply chain (reality). Top supply chains practitioners are already using artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) to run millions of possible SC scenarios with the goal of reducing risk, while increasing resiliency, and profits. Learn More About 3 Emerging Supply Chain Trends Steve Elwell iDev Partners Previous Podcasts with Steve Elwell: Make Heroes, Make Money with Steve Elwell Avoiding Fear, Uncertainty, and Doubt in Sales with Steve Elwell The Number One Reason Why People Buy with Steve Elwell Understanding the Buying Process with Steve Elwell The Only 3 Ways to Improve Your Sales with Steve Elwell Entering New Logistics Markets with Steve Elwell The Logistics of Logistics Podcast If you enjoy the podcast, please leave a positive review, subscribe, and share it with your friends and colleagues. The Logistics of Logistics Podcast: Google, Apple, Castbox, Spotify, Stitcher, PlayerFM, Tunein, Podbean, Owltail, Libsyn, Overcast Check out The Logistics of Logistics on Youtube
Shortages of tampons and baby formula have shone a light on the ways supply chain issues are having a larger impact on women. We discuss why that is and why we aren't talking about it more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Our guest today is a customer-centric Senior Product Marketing and Enablement Manager from SourceDay. Kelli Stanley joins us to give us an overview of how SourceDay automates purchase order changes and enables supplier collaboration. With its small but mighty marketing team, LinkedIn has been instrumental in its growth marketing. With her product marketing hat Kelli reminds the listeners of the importance of a clear, concise, friendly, honest, and educational website. In their efforts to improve SEO and optimize, Kelli leverages A/B testing but is sure to pivot quickly.
ถามอีก กับพี่กลด คุณทรงกลด วงศ์ไชย ผู้ช่วยกรรมการผู้จัดการ บล.ที่ปรึกษาการลงทุน เอฟ เอส เอส อินเตอร์เนชั่นแนล จำกัด และดร.อุดมธิปก ไพรเกษตร กรรมการผู้จัดการ บริษัท ดิจิทัล บิสิเนส คอนซัลท์ จำกัด คุยอะไรกันบ้าง? - ภาพรวม PDPA - ความผิดตามกฎหมายอาญา - มุมมองต่อกฎหมาย PDPA - ภาพ Supply Chain ที่เกี่ยวข้อง - 3 มิติที่แทรกอยู่ในตัวกฎหมาย - ขนาดตลาด - โอกาสการลงทุนในธีมที่เกี่ยวข้องกับ PDPA - กรณี Google ที่ผิดกฎ GDPR ในยุโรป - ภาพรวมการลงทุนในไตรมาสสาม - ทิ้งท้าย ฝากติตดาม
In these times of seemingly endless disruption, one powerful strategy for riding the waves is inventory optimization.To learn more about the why's and how's of this, I invited Robert Olszak from global consulting firm RGP to come on the podcast to talk about it.We had a fascinating conversation covering the different inventory optimization options, best practices in inventory optimization, and where to from here.I learned loads, I hope you do too...If you have any comments/suggestions or questions for the podcast - feel free to leave me a voice message over on my SpeakPipe page or just send it to me as a direct message on Twitter/LinkedIn. Audio messages will get played (unless you specifically ask me not to).If you want to learn more about how to juggle sustainability and efficiency mandates while recovering from pandemic-induced disruptions, meeting growth targets, and preparing for an uncertain future, check out our Oxford Economics research report here.And if you want to read up on our Industry 4.0 blueprint repost, head on over to https://www.sap.com/cmp/dg/intro-industry40/index.html, and if you liked this show, please don't forget to rate and/or review it. It makes a big difference to help new people discover it. Thanks.And remember, stay healthy, stay safe, stay sane!
Talking Logistics series where we highlight companies that are leading the way in driving continuous improvement and innovation in supply chain visibility. In this episode, Rollo Begley, Global Operations Manager at GEODIS, discusses how GEODIS is using technology from Tive to achieve its supply chain visibility objectives. Podcast version (click to play): The post [Video] Profiles In Real-Time Supply Chain Visibility Excellence: GEODIS & Tive appeared first on Talking Logistics with Adrian Gonzalez.
The Digital Supply Chain is broken and getting challenging to fix. In this "What to LookOut for in 2022" series - we interviewed experts at RSA and BSidesSF on the Broken Digital Supply Chain and why it has become a challenge. Watch the video for this episode on You Tube - 3 THINGS THAT BROKE THE DIGITAL SUPPLY CHAIN Episode ShowNotes, Links and Transcript on Cloud Security Podcast: www.cloudsecuritypodcast.tv Host Twitter: Ashish Rajan (@hashishrajan) Guests Linkedin: Thank you to Keatron Evans, Clint Gibler, Ryan F, Mike Ruth, Paul Calatayud, Shay Levi, Dylan Ayrey, Aaron Brown & Dan Gordon for participating in this episode. Podcast Twitter - @CloudSecPod @CloudSecureNews If you want to watch videos of this LIVE STREAMED episode and past episodes - Check out our other Cloud Security Social Channels: - Cloud Security News - Cloud Security Academy
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Our guest on this week's episode is Dimitre Kirilov, president of consumer services for Montway Auto Transport. A shortage of qualified drivers has been a reality for years in the trucking industry. With the low unemployment rate, it does not appear that the tight market for drivers will get any better. Our guest talks about what trucking firms need to do to attract new drivers and to retain the drivers they have.With rising costs for packaging supplies and the lack of availability for many packaging products, many shippers are making changes. Some of the changes involve diversifying their supplier base. Others involve changing the types of packaging they are using. A new survey report reveals the details.Rising fuel prices and other increasing costs are placing pressure on companies to be more efficient in their transportation operations. Major retailers are increasingly using technology to help them to better manage their transportation, including technologies for their private fleets. We report on one such investment in technology that Walmart has recently made and what benefits this technology is expected to have on the retailer's operations.DC Velocity's sister publication CSCMP's Supply Chain Quarterly offers a new podcast series called Supply Chain in the Fast Lane. Co-produced with the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals, we next look at digitization of the supply chain. Subscribe to Supply Chain in the Fast Lane wherever you get your podcasts.Articles and resources mentioned in this episode:Montway Auto TransportPackaging industry reprioritizes amid inflation and supply chain disruptionsUnpackaging Reality Report from RR DonnelleyWalmart installs tracking tablets in 9,000 tractors of its private fleetFreight market continues transition to pre-pandemic conditionsVisit DCVelocity.com for the latest news. Visit Supply Chain QuarterlyListen to Supply Chain Quarterly's Top 10 Supply Chain Threats podcastListen to CSCMP and Supply Chain Quarterly's Supply Chain in the Fast Lane podcastSend feedback about this podcast to firstname.lastname@example.org.Podcast sponsored by: Rite-HiteOther linksAbout DC VELOCITYSubscribe to DC VELOCITYSign up for our FREE newslettersAdvertise with DC VELOCITYTop 10 Supply Chain Management Podcasts
Karon Evanoff is the vice president of the global supply chain at a major manufacturer of audio equipment. A few years ago, she was saddled with out-of-date systems that weren't keeping up with the latest developments in supply chain software and visibility.She joins host John Kingston on Drilling Deep to talk about her company's supply chain transformation and what it took to change direction into a cloud-based approach that is current with the most cutting edge technology. She discusses what a company needs to do to get there.Also on the podcast, Kingston talks about the missing data from the Energy Information Administration that so many in trucking rely on every week. What happened to it?Follow Drilling Deep on Apple PodcastsFollow Drilling Deep on SpotifyMore FreightWaves Podcasts
Karon Evanoff is the vice president of the global supply chain at a major manufacturer of audio equipment. A few years ago, she was saddled with out-of-date systems that weren't keeping up with the latest developments in supply chain software and visibility.She joins host John Kingston on Drilling Deep to talk about her company's supply chain transformation and what it took to change direction into a cloud-based approach that is current with the most cutting edge technology. She discusses what a company needs to do to get there.Also on the podcast, Kingston talks about the missing data from the Energy Information Administration that so many in trucking rely on every week. What happened to it?With more than 60 years of experience in logistics innovation, Dunavant is a family-owned business that has the knowledge to ensure global and domestic shipping practices are efficient and effective. Dunavant generates supply chain proficiency with outstanding, attentive, and expedient customer service. For more information, visit Dunavant.com.Follow Drilling Deep on Apple PodcastsFollow Drilling Deep on SpotifyMore FreightWaves Podcasts
For the last several years, the one word that constantly comes up in conversations about the tire business is supply–No. 1 getting the tires, and No. 2, getting the ones you need. Inflation has caused logistics and transportation costs to rise, and we're still seeing port congestion and other ripple effects from COVID shutdowns and bottlenecks. Yet, there are a few bright spots that linger in the distance, despite the disruption we've seen over the past few years.To dive into the topic of supply chain disruption, we spoke with Art Mayer, a contract writer and consultant that's president of Zephyr Research Partners, which covers a wide range of topics in the tire industry. Art has years of experience in the industry working in a variety of roles for Dealer Tire and serving as a researcher for Smithers. He has previously been a speaker at Smithers' Traction conferences, covering the emerging areas of sensors and intelligent tires. Recently, he wrote a Smithers report titled, “The Impact of Supply Chain Disruption on the Tire Industry.In this interview, Art delves into:- The myriad of factors affecting the tire supply chain today. (1:00)- A silver lining that may come in the second part despite this being the “worst supply chain disruption in 50 years.” (5:46)- How manufacturers are changing supply strategies to adapt to the climate (8:09)- How consolidation in the tire distribution and manufacturing channel impacts supply chain (9:26)- The context of tire supply in the greater supply chain challenges for the automotive industry, including the semiconductor shortage (11:38)- How EV sales and other future mobility trends are affecting supply and could speed up the adoption of tire management solutions and fleet ownership (15:00)- How efforts to sustainably source raw materials and manufacture tires have increased and how supply chain challenges played a role (17:14)- How the Russian war in Ukraine impacts the tire supply chain (19:10)Listen to the audio podcast here or subscribe on:Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/whats-treading-with-tire-review/id1470309726Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/1GA3lp6AFo7V7EEG5awHaEGoogle Podcasts: https://play.google.com/music/listen?u=0#/ps/Iv76bs6re7unom4p76myj3cakhm
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Setting the correct price on your products sounds like it should be easy, right?Well, it is not that straightforward at all as I discovered in this episode of the Digital Supply Chain podcast where I talked to Chris Mele, Managing Partner at Software Pricing Partners.We had a great conversation spanning how to create your pricing strategy, how the shift to SaaS is impacting pricing strategies, and the roles that things like licensing, packaging, and support also play. I learned loads, I hope you do too...If you have any comments/suggestions or questions for the podcast - feel free to leave me a voice message over on my SpeakPipe page or just send it to me as a direct message on Twitter/LinkedIn. Audio messages will get played (unless you specifically ask me not to).If you want to learn more about how to juggle sustainability and efficiency mandates while recovering from pandemic-induced disruptions, meeting growth targets, and preparing for an uncertain future, check out our Oxford Economics research report here.And if you want to read up on our Industry 4.0 blueprint repost, head on over to https://www.sap.com/cmp/dg/intro-industry40/index.html, and if you liked this show, please don't forget to rate and/or review it. It makes a big difference to help new people discover it. Thanks.And remember, stay healthy, stay safe, stay sane!
James R. Stock is a University of South Florida Distinguished University Professor and Frank Harvey Endowed Professor of Marketing. He has interviewed many of the greatest minds in transportation logistics, a practice area we call supply chain management today. He shared those interviews with Chris Barnes to be republished as part of the Supply Chain is Boring program. In this interview, Stock speaks with James L. Heskett. Heskett is the Baker Foundation Professor Emeritus at Harvard University and holds an MBA and PhD from Stanford University. Heskett is the co-author of seven books and the sole author of an eighth, with some of his most important work being about the connection between the adaptability of corporate culture and financial returns. In the first part of this three-part series, Stock and Heskett discuss the role that family and extracurricular activities played during his formative years. Additional Links and Resources: Learn more about Supply Chain is Boring: https://supplychainnow.com/program/supply-chain-is-boring/ Subscribe to Supply Chain is Boring and other Supply Chain Now programs: https://supplychainnow.com/subscribe This episode was hosted by Chris Barnes. For more information, please visit our dedicated show page at: https://supplychainnow.com/thinking-strategy-relationships-james-heskett-scib50
Michigan's AutoTalk Episode 62: "An update on the supply chain saga and news on an electrified Cadillac," executive producer Phil Tower and CBS Newsradio/WWJ Newsradio auto reporter Jeff Gilbert.In this episode, Phil Tower speaks with Jeff Gilbert, Auto Reporter at WWJ Newsradio 950 about the continued supply chain issues plaguing the automotive industry and a discussion on the all-electric Cadillac Lyriq.Links for this episode:Cadillac Lyriq:https://www.cadillac.com/electric/lyriq/order-yoursLike us on Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/MichigansAutoTalkPodcastMichigan's AutoTalk podcast is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, iHeartRadio, Google Podcasts, Amazon Audio, Spreaker.com, Deezer, and Podcatcher.
LLN (6/23/22) – The supply chain crisis isn't going away anytime soon. From new challenges stemming from China and the conflict in Ukraine to other odds and ends in between, stressors remain. Shipping expert Sal Mercogliano gives us some perspective. Also, the Biden administration has released its regulatory agenda – and some hot button trucking issues are on the list, including underride guards. And a new Ohio law authorizes the use of nearly $700 million dollars for transportation purposes, while an effort in New Jersey would shield drivers from enforcement by ticket cameras. 0:00 – Newscast. 09:55 – Supply chain update. 24:48 – Regulatory agenda. 39:21 – Ohio road funding.
The US government is making a big push to support domestic production of minerals in order to secure stable supply chains and a new generation of mining in America is beginning. In this week's On the Rock's Podcast, Prospector founder Emily King sits down with American Rare Earth's President Marty Weems to discuss the global scramble over rare earth elements and the domestic resources the US has in its own backyard.
Avi Krawitz, Rapaport's Senior Analyst and News Editor, joins Paul from Tel Aviv for a timely discussion on the diamond industry. The conversation begins with Paul and Avi discussing what was happening in diamonds 15 years ago when Avi began covering the industry. Paul then shares his view on how current economic conditions in the U.S. could impact the diamond and jewelry industry in H2 2022, and Avi shares his sense of the economic climate in Israel. The two then discuss how sanctions on Russian diamonds are impacting the midstream sector of the industry. Finally, Paul and Avi talk about the Natural Diamond Council and how retailers are positioning with lab-grown diamonds. Hosted by: Paul Zimnisky Guest: Avi Krawitz Guest plug: www.diamonds.net More information on PZDA's State of the Diamond Market report: www.paulzimnisky.com/products Show contact: email@example.com or visit www.paulzimnisky.com. Please note that the contents of this podcast includes anecdotes, observations and opinions. The information should not be considered investment or financial advice. Consult your investment professional before making any investment decisions. Please read full disclosure at: www.paulzimnisky.com.
Welcome to The Profit Talk! In this show, we're going to help you explore strategies to help you maximize profits in your business while scaling and creating the lifestyle that you want as an entrepreneur. I am your host, Susanne Mariga! I'm a certified Mastery Level Profit First Professional. Let's dive into strategies to maximize profits in your business! In this episode, I interview Kelly Barner. Kelly has worked in procurement since 2003, starting as a practitioner and then serving as the Associate Director of Consulting at Emptoris. She has covered procurement news, events, publications, solutions, trends, and relevant economics at Buyers Meeting Point since 2009. Kelly is also a Partner and the Head of Content and Brand Partnerships at Art of Procurement and the Host of Dial P for Procurement on Supply Chain Now. Kelly has her MBA from Babson College as well as an MS in Library and Information Science from Simmons College and she has co-authored three books: ‘Supply Market Intelligence for Procurement Professionals', ‘Procurement at a Crossroads', and 'Finance Unleashed'. To learn more about Kelly, and the services she provides, connect with her on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/kelly-barner-6884443/ Visit my FREE Facebook Group, The Profit First Masterclass, where I'll be sharing additional exclusive trainings to members of the community. If you're excited about what's next for your business and upcoming episodes, please head to our itunes page and give us a review! Your support will help me to bring in other amazing expert interviews to share their best tips on how to powerfully grow in your business! DISCLAIMER: The information contained within these videos is provided for informational purposes only and does not constitute, an accountant-client relationship. While we use reasonable efforts to furnish accurate and up-to-date information, we assume no liability or responsibility for any errors, omissions, or regulatory updates in the content of this video. Any U.S. federal tax advice contained within is not intended to be used for the purpose of avoiding penalties under U.S. federal tax law.
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What happens when even the best-laid plans are consistently challenged by supply chain disruptions? Join David Hamilton, VP of Purchasing at Structure Tone, Joe Rossi, Executive Director of Workplace Delivery & National Real Estate at Verizon, Charlie Pavelec, SVP of Shambaugh's Electrical Division, and Tom Ike, EVP of Lutron Electronics, as they dive into the day-to-day challenges and long-term opportunities today's unpredictable supply chain represents.
In this episode of the Planned Solutions Incorporated Podcast, The S&P 500 entered bear market territory (defined as a 20% or greater decline from the previous high) in mid-June. The stock market is now very close to pricing in a recession which on average could be expected to lead to a 27% decline in stock prices. Therefore, even if the US economy were to go into a recession, the stock market may not have much further to fall. On the other hand, should the US economy avoid a recession the stock market may rally due to the current pessimistic outlook. Also, The motor vehicle industry was hit hard by the COVID pandemic. First, production decreased due to the need for social distancing. Then, supply chain issues disrupted production causing the industry to operate below the pre-COVID levels for most of 2021. However, the motor vehicles and parts production index recovered to its preCOVID levels in April which may help to alleviate price increases. And, Restricted Stock Units (RSUs)are a valuable source of employee compensation in some industries. However, the taxation of RSUs as well as the tax withholding rules can cause some large, unexpected tax bills. Therefore, employees who receive RSUs should engage in tax planning when the units vest and become taxable to avoid owing a large amount at tax time and possibly being subject to tax underpayment penalties. Plus a look at the Planned Solutions Incorporated Office Bulletin Board- Please mark your calendars if you will be able to attend. Date: Friday, September 9th, 2022 Location: Rancho Murieta Country Club – South Course 7000 Alameda Drive ancho Murieta, CA 95683 Time: 12:30 pm shotgun start with a dinner to follow All profits go to cancer research and education. You can help by attending the tournament or donating. Not golfing? Bring friends and attend the dinner. Chase Armer's book- Financial Planning Insights is now available at: www.amazon.com/Financial-Planning…1586894022&sr=8-1 To subscribe to the Personal Finance Review (the written form of all the content we discuss on the podcast) please e-mail Katie@PlannedSolutions.com The Personal Finance Review is published and distributed on a biweekly basis by Planned Solutions, Inc. for informational purposes only. Please seek the advice of a qualified financial planner before taking any action. Planned Solutions, Inc. ADDRESS: PHONE: 1130 Iron Point Road, Suite 170 (916) 361-0100 Folsom, CA 95630 (800) 750-2111 E-MAIL: FAX: Shannon@PlannedSolutions.com (916) 361-0191 WEB SITE: www.PlannedSolutions.com
I don't know how else to say it but Grace Sharkey is legitimately one of the most hard-working people in all of freight. She writes. She hosts shows. She also cohosts and does guest appearances on shows like Cyberly. And when she's not doing all of that, she's hosting a radio show 5 days a week. How does this former freight broker turned c-suite leader now creator do it all? Well, she breaks it down for us in this interview live from Freightwaves The Future of Supply Chain. Follow Grace Sharkey on Linkedin and her work on FreightwavesDigital Dispatch helps the one-person marketing team flourish. Check out our top shows to fix your website and fix your marketing. Alternatively, you can search by topic and check out all our past episodes of the Digital Dispatch podcast—right on our website.Connect with Blythe on Linkedin, YouTube, and TikTok
Mike Gelb is the host of the Consumer VC Podcast, where he interviews venture funders and CPG founders. On this episode of ITS, Mike shares the themes and tenets he's gathered from over 200 interviews, including the importance of an organic sales engine, why retail-focused CPG investors are a great bet, the end of cheap digital ads, and why truly unique brands will make it through the rough patch ahead.Heritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast network. Support In The Sauce by becoming a member!In The Sauce is Powered by Simplecast.
#TheFreightCoach Morning Show is The TOP Transportation Morning Show is LIVE every weekday at 10:30 AM CST to breakdown THREE transportation industry headlines! Mark your calendars! https://www.freightwaves.com/news/a-potential-economic-recession-and-the-supply-chain-bullwhip-are-colliding?utm_content=212298788&utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook&hss_channel=fbp-179175252108775 https://www.freightwaves.com/news/biden-administration-seeks-input-on-independent-contractor-definition?utm_content=212280604&utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook&hss_channel=fbp-179175252108775 https://www.ttnews.com/articles/tonnage-jumps-may-contract-freight-dominates-market Check out my YouTube Channel for further industry insights! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjrL70IEnCfDkNaiYMar3jw Make sure to subscribe and share! Thank you to my sponsor: https://www.vhubapp.com/ They are the new wave for freight brokers and freight brokerages to separate themselves from the competition! To learn how to Maximize your carrier network, Drive more carrier sales and get better load coverage with seamless onboarding, TMS integration, and smart load coverage, visit: https://brokercarrier.com/
Subscribe to my YouTube channel: http://bit.ly/RonSpomerOutdoorsSubscribe Welcome to the Ron Spomer Outdoors Podcast! In this episode, I discuss the 6mm Creedmoor, tumbling brass, and supply chain issues for your favorite cartridges. Links: Website: https://ronspomeroutdoors.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ronspomeroutdoors Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ronspomer/ Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/RonSpomerOutdoors Who is Ron Spomer For 44 years I've had the good fortune to photograph and write about my passion – the outdoor life. Wild creatures and wild places have always stirred me – from the first flushing pheasant that frightened me out of my socks in grandpa's cornfield to the last whitetail that dismissed me with a wag of its tail. In my attempts to connect with this natural wonder, to become an integral part of our ecosystem and capture a bit of its mystery, I've photographed, hiked, hunted, birded, and fished across much of this planet. I've seen the beauty that everyone should see, survived adventures that everyone should experience. I may not have climbed the highest mountains, canoed the wildest rivers, caught the largest fish or shot the biggest bucks, but I've tried. Perhaps you have, too. And that's the essential thing. Being out there, an active participant in our outdoor world. Produced by: Red 11 Media Disclaimer All loading, handloading, gunsmithing, shooting and associated activities and demonstrations depicted in our videos are conducted by trained, certified, professional gun handlers, instructors, and shooters for instructional and entertainment purposes only with emphasis on safety and responsible gun handling. Always check at least 3 industry handloading manuals for handloading data, 2 or 3 online ballistic calculators for ballistic data. Do not modify any cartridge or firearm beyond what the manufacturer recommends. Do not attempt to duplicate, mimic, or replicate anything you see in our videos. Firearms, ammunition, and constituent parts can be extremely dangerous if not used safely. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ron-spomer-outdoors/support
From filling the gap left by a retiring International Space Station to a possible solution to a unique supply chain issue, commercial space leaders weigh in on the future of the industry.
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There are many shipping solutions available to brands today, but are any of them truly easy to use, transparent, and scalable? Laura Behrens Wu couldn't find one, so she and he business partner built it themselves. Now, their company, Shippo, is valued at more than $1 billion, has thousands of customers, and is making shipping easier for all kinds of brands. How? Find out on this episode.Tune in to learn:Why Laura rejected feedback she got from Y Combinator (6:35)Behind the scenes of how Shippo actually works (10:50)Is free two-day shipping necessary? (24:30)How do you innovate and bring the tech stack to the next level? (29:15)Mentions:Shoe DogUp Next in Commerce is brought to you by Salesforce Commerce Cloud. Learn more at http://www.salesforce.com/commerce Mission.org is a media studio producing content for world-class clients. Learn more at http://www.mission.org.