In this video, José Lopez, Executive Vice President of Operations at Nestlé, warns that “we urgently need to account for things differently, we need to put a value on food and water”.
Being part of Apple’s iTunes Store, iTunes U contains educational audio and video files shared by institutions worldwide. It enables lecturers to create own courses for iPad to be accessed by students. Richard Wilding, Professor of Supply Chain Strategy at the Centre for Logistics and Supply Chain Management, Cranfield School of Management, has provided the iTunes U course Supply Chain Management & Logistics: An Introduction to Principles and Concepts. “This course is a collection of enhanced podcasts and videos which provide an introduction to the principles and concepts of logistics and supply chain management. By utilising the material all users will be provided with a foundation of terminology and concepts enabling them to move forward and investigate the topics in more depth.” So, the next time you will see students “playing” with their Apple devices, be sympathetic to them. Maybe they are just accessing a supply chain management course.
This time, I want to share with you an interesting interview with ManMohan Sodhi, Professor of Operations and Supply Chain Management at Cass Business School, City University, London.
This video shows where the e-waste goes. (part 1/2)
Watch editors Alexander E. Ellinger and Glenn Richey Jr. introducing themselves and talking about their plans for the IJPDLM.