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Amazon delivers a new kind of logistics

Although many people are focusing on Amazon's recent earnings miss, it's important to realize the online retail giant has spent more than ever on logistics infrastructure. Amazon clearly added assets and is hiring 120,000 people to push its internal logistics initiative...

source: By Robert Gordon
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A Seattle startup has come out of nowhere to offer online merchants something even Amazon doesn’t: overnight ground delivery to nearly anyone in the country. In less than five years, Flexe has created a marketplace of spare storage space in 550 warehouses, quickly...

source: Providence Journal

If supply chain professionals voted for superlatives, warehousing might be a lock for “most likely to need disrupting.” Despite the fact that e-commerce has had an Amazonian impact on everything from average delivery sizes...

source: Area Development

The answer to that simple question may have a profound impact on how employees are managed, now and into the foreseeable future. It's certainly a question that front-line managers will have to answer if they want to get the most out of today's workforce. The problem is,...

source: Gallup

There are a lot of stressed out professionals in the workplace. And what leaders don’t realize is that much of the stress can be managed by learning to share the burden, becoming more transparent and having a support system. Yet most professionals suffer in silence....

source: Entrepreneur

Some of these people are responsible for creating the greatest world-changing tech and innovation ever seen by humankind. Others are responsible for breaking a lot of laws. Regardless of their particular area of interest, they all share one thing in common: the ability to...

source: Entrepreneur

The recent worldwide ransomware attack that affected computers running Windows operating systems points to a looming security risk facing many distribution centers. A vast proportion of the affected computers in the WannaCry attack were running an unsupported operating system,...

source: Supply Chain Management Review


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