Demand Management

Introducing Generation Z

Introducing Generation Z

By 2020, Gen Z members will make up the majority of employees, leaders, and consumer. At first, I thought the Z stood for “Zombies” as… Read More ›

Why Your Company Doesn’t Have the Right Staff at the Right Time, and How to Solve That

Why Your Company Doesn’t Have the Right Staff at the Right Time, and How to Solve That

You don’t have the right staff at the right time because you can’t afford to find, onboard and maintain full-time personnel who can get and… Read More ›

Supply Chain Adaptability: Is it Impossibly Difficult?

Supply Chain Adaptability: Is it Impossibly Difficult?

No. Your organization’s supply chain is adapting indirectly in real-time, even if you’re not actively participating in the process, because some or all of your… Read More ›

What Corporate Tax Rate Cuts Could Portend …..If Anything?

What Corporate Tax Rate Cuts Could Portend …..If Anything?

Despite the Russians in the woodpile, there is a chance that a corporate tax cut could take place within the next year or two. While… Read More ›

The Sharing Economy: Threat or Opportunity?

The Sharing Economy: Threat or Opportunity?

“I don’t need a drill. I need a hole in my wall” The economic downturn left many consumers rethinking the necessity of excess consumption and… Read More ›

Avoiding Meetings Burnout

Avoiding Meetings Burnout

It’s estimated that over 25 million meetings are held each day in the United States, and approximately $37 billion is wasted each year on unproductive… Read More ›