The Rebound

The Rebound: Say Goodbye to 2021

On the last podcast of the year, hosts Abe Eshkenazi and Bob Trebilcock discuss the trends that shaped the last year in supply chain. It was better than you think.

For this last episode, hosts Abe Eshkenazi, CEO of the Association for Supply Chain Management, and Bob Trebilcock, editorial director of Supply Chain Management Review, discuss some of the supply chain trends identified by ASCM members as the most impactful today and in the future, including advanced analytics and automation, the talent shortage, visibility, agility and the customer-centric supply chain.

 

The Rebound: From Supply Chain Re-design to Resilience

On this episode of The Rebound, Lynn Torrel , Chief Procurement and Supply Chain Officer at Flex, takes five questions about what comes next for the supply chain at Flex. ASCM CEO Abe Eshkenazi and SCMR Editorial Director Bob Trebilcock are hosts.

You don’t want to miss this episode.  

 

The Rebound: Simplifying Digital Transformation

Supply chains are in the midst of a digital revolution. Increasingly, we see innovation as an emerging core competency, with teams devoted to uncovering the technologies that will take their supply chains into the future. As the revolution unfolds, we’re discovering that traditional relationships and linear supply chains are no longer enough. Instead, new digital technologies and capabilities call for a new strategy. It’s a different way to think of the SCOR model that has served the industry well.

On this episode of The Rebound, Peter Bolstorff, executive vice president for corporate development at the Association for Supply Chain Management, discusses digital transformation,  ASCM’s Digital Capabilities Model, or DCM, and how they relate to the SCOR model. 

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The Rebound : The Future of Autonomous Vehicles in the Supply Chain

On this episode of The Rebound, Charlie Jatt, head of commercialization for trucking at Waymo Via, brings us up to speed on developments in technology for autonomous trucking, and when we might see autonomous trucks on the road. ASCM CEO Abe Eshkenazi and SCMR Editorial Director Bob Trebilcock are hosts.

The Rebound: The Great Supply Chain Disruption (Live From ASCM Connect)

On this special episode of The Rebound recorded live from ASCM Connect, Aceto’s Pat Bower, GE Appliance’s Marcia Brey and Flock Freight’s Chris Pickett look at the impact of the Great Supply Chain Disruption on their organizations and where they’re headed to mitigate future disruptions. ASCM CEO Abe Eshkenazi and SCMR Editorial Director Bob Trebilcock are hosts.

The Rebound: Just What Is Digital Transformation?

Listen in as Brent Ruth discusses how to get the most from your digital transformation.

On this episode of The Rebound, Brent Ruth, the AI leader at a large Midwestern manufacturing firm, takes the mystery out of digital transformation, including how to identify where to get value from that first project. ASCM CEO Abe Eshkenazi and SCMR Editorial Director Bob Trebilcock are hosts.

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The Rebound: After the Dust Settles

On this episode of The Rebound, Gary Smith, supply chain leader for the New York City Transit system, identifies the key trends supply chain leaders are likely to grapple with, and strategies to address them, in the supply chain of the future. 

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Click here to read more from Gary Smith on SCMR.com.

The Rebound: How Online Gaming Can Drive Change Management in Your Organization?

Listen in as Marko Kovacevic and Alexander Fernandez explain why multi-player gaming enables change management during digital transformation.

On this episode of The Rebound, Marko Kovacevic, executive director of the Digital Supply Chain Institute, and Alexander Fernandez, CEO of Streamline Media Group, explain why multi-player gaming, like Fortnite, can drive change management in your teams as your organization goes through digital transformation. ASCM CEO Abe Eshkenazi and SCMR Editorial Director Bob Trebilcock are hosts.

The Rebound: What’s Happening in Micro-Fulfillment

Sometimes bigger isn’t better. When it comes to grocers and retailers trying to fulfill orders for buy online/pickup in store and same day delivery, the trend is to develop scaled down versions of automated warehouse solutions that can operate in the backroom of a store. The result is that micro-fulfillment is one of the fastest-growing segments of the order-fulfillment automation sector.  

On this episode of The Rebound, MWPVL’s Marc Wulfraat discusses the micro-fulfillment phenomenon and why retailers need to pay attention.

 

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The Rebound: What It Takes to Innovate

What company, or supply chain leader, today doesn’t want to be viewed as an innovator? After all, today’s most innovative companies, like Tesla, Apple, Google and Amazon, have been rewarded by the investment company for taking chances and disrupting their industries. That best the question: What does it take to innovate, and how does a supply chain leader integrate innovation into its solutions?

On this episode of The Rebound, Gina Chung, Vice President of Innovation Americas at DHL , discusses what it takes to build an innovation team, ferret out emerging technologies that can make a difference and work with your customers to integrate innovation with your supply chain processes.

 

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