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Supply Chain Frontiers Issue #38
Oct 18, 2010

THE LEADING EDGE

Fixes for a Broken Talent Pipeline

Demand for the right supply chain talent exceeds supply. Unless the industry takes measures to increase the number of skilled individuals available to companies, the skills shortfall will continue to threaten competitiveness.

Extending RFID’s Reach

As Colombian retailer Grupo ÉXITO is demonstrating with a pilot program, radio frequency identification (RFID) technology can do more than track the status of product moving through the supply chain.

Are US Ports Disaster-Ready?

BP’s oil disaster in the US Gulf of México highlights an emergency in the making: the vulnerability of the country’s ports system to major disruptions and the potential impact on the national economy.

UPDATES

CLI México Set for October Launch

Niagara Joins the Exchange

Conference Showcases RFID in Latin America

Learn the Language of Finance

Mobile Initiative Targets Low-Income Markets

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Supply Chain Frontiers # 38 Presentations

Supply Chain Frontiers # 38 Publications

MIT SUPPLY CHAIN FRONTIERS Issue # 38, Fall 2010

Editor: Ken Cottrill
Associate Editor: Tara Faulkner
Web Communications Manager: Wendy Lin