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Crandall100

The new Silk Roads: Prosperity or peril?

China is leading an initiative that could expand supply chain routes worldwide but could result in political turmoil. 
By Richard E. Crandall and William R. Crandall 

weigold100

Building walls – building supply chains

IEs tend to think of the future in short- to medium- term, but it is unwise to ignore the long-term consequences of siloed manufacturing processes.
By Bublu Thakur-Weigold and Pavel Hnát 

Lawrence100

Managing enterprise risk in Jamaica

Jamaican manufacturing companies have struggled to accomplish business goals; one company looks at improving ERM to pick up the slack.

By William W. Lawrence  

Lesmeister100

Quality culture reloaded

Over the last 20 years companies have invested in optimizing quality processes, but improving quality demands a change in employee behavior to prove successful.

By Frank Lesmeister  

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