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Why Strong Relationships are Vital in the Supply Chain and Logistics Industry

Why Strong Relationships are Vital in the Supply Chain and Logistics Industry | Transportfolio

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Relationships: you spend a lot of time building and tending to them in your personal life, and they are just as important—and take just as much effort—in your professional life. And, although relationships with your family and friends may vastly differ from those you have with your colleagues and across your network, I think it’s safe to say that professional relationships matter. After all, they are the driving force behind what makes us want to collaborate, share trust, and create solutions together.
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- Vice President, Customer Strategy, C.H. Robinson
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A Call to Action: Make Supply Chain Management a Magnet for Millennials

A Call to Action: Make Supply Chain Management a Magnet for Millennials. Connect by C.H. Robinson

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In last week’s blog post I highlighted how there needs to be a cross-functional approach to attracting talented professionals to the company – especially supply chain management, which is facing a talent shortage crisis.
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- Chief Human Resources Officer, C.H. Robinson

Five Reasons Why Talent Management Should Be a Part of Everyone’s Job

Five Reasons Why Talent Management Should Be a Part of Everyone’s Job.Connect by C.H. Robinson

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The well-known business adage that people are a company’s most important asset has taken on new significance in the supply chain industry over recent years.
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- Chief Human Resources Officer, C.H. Robinson

Four Risk Mitigation Actions for Weathering a Stormy Market

Four Risk Mitigation Actions for Weathering a Stormy Market.Connect

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The recent decision by Japan’s three largest container companies to merge their shipping operations is yet another symptom of the volatility that is roiling the freight business. How can shippers navigate a course through these unpredictable times?
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- Director of Solution Design, TMC, and Director of Ocean Services, C.H. Robinson

Expect the Unexpected: Planning Supply Chain Contingencies for Unpredictable Events

Expect the Unexpected: Planning Supply Chain Contingencies for Unpredictable Events.Connect

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In previous posts, we’ve explored ways to prepare for supply chain disruptions that are predictable using the rich functionality of modern transportation management system (TMS) technology. This week, we explore what is, in many ways, a tougher challenge: planning for unexpected disruptions.
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