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CNN, "How manufacturing will work," With Bernard Shaw, 2000, 16 million viewers, aired four times internationally10/9/05 VoiceAmerica web radio, "Spend Management," 12/2011
VoiceAmerica web radio, "Manufacturing Matters", 10/50/05
The Changing Face of the Industrial Supply Chain, http://business.voiceamerica.com/cms.php?CMSLink=ez/index.php/plain/content/search?SearchText=patricia%20e.%20moody
VoiceAmerica web radio, "The Big Squeeze, Spend Management that Counts, 2012
Mecalux, in Spanish, 2004 published in Mecalux - includes work on The Incredible Payback and references to the late Gene Richter, IBM CPO
"Heroes of U. S. Manufacturing", Fortune Magazine, Gene Bylinsky, http://www.fortune.com/fortune/articles/0,15114,369296,00.html
Feature June edition, http://www.manufacturing.net/scm/article/CA6335937.html?nid=2184&rid=1273984922
"With Supply Management, Technology Rules!" June Supply Chain Management Review. Hewlett Packard and Caterpillar innovative supply management technology takes them three giant steps into Next Generation -- http://www.manufacturing.net/scm/index.asp.
Technology may not necessarily be the be-all and end-all. But in the supply management space, its certainly the quickest and most direct route to cutting costs and improving profitability. The companies profiled here show howwith the right people and processes in placetechnology can deliver stunning performance results.
Technology may not necessarily be the be-all and end-all. But in the supply management space, it's certainly the quickest and most direct route to cutting costs and improving profitability. The companies profiled here show how—with the right people and processes in place—technology can deliver stunning performance results. By Patricia E. Moody
Supply Chain Management Review May 1, 2006
There is no surer way to make hyperextended global supply chain managers roll their eyes back into their heads and move on to their next emergency than to tell them that they need advanced technology tools because they are so cool, or because they are fun, or sexy. What these people care about, above all other issues, is profitability—where to find it and how to create it.
Profitably can be enhanced in any number of ways. But one of the most rewarding and direct avenues is through technology. Properly selected and applied to supply management, technology can be a prime profitability lever—a key that can unlock the vault.
"It's a Wrap - Logistics and Packaging Impact your Spend, " MAC Action Newsline, July 06
"Strategic Purchasing Remains an Oxymoron", Sloan Management Review< Winter 2001, reprint 4221
"A Big, Big Fish Story (on genetic algorithyms)", Supply & Demand Chain Executive, 2004
"The 10 Procurement Pitfalls", Supply Chain Management Review, Nelson, Moody and Stegner April 2005
"DISCOVERING The Incredible PAYBACK", CSCMP Supply Chain COMMENT, May/June 2005, www.csmp.org
INSIDE ISM magazine, September '06 feature<br>http://www.ism.ws/pubs/ISMMag/ismarticle.cfm?ItemNumber=15354
"What's Next After Lean Manufacturing?" Sloan Management Review,
"Technology rules! Leveraging technology, the key to profits and growth, will take you five steps ahead of the competition!"
"WHAT'S NEXT AFTER LEAN?" Supply and Demand Chain Executive magazine, "The Analyst Corner: Procurement," interview with Andy Reese, Editor in Chief.<br>http://www.sdcexec.com/article.asp?article_id=8826
"The Path to More Better, Faster", Sloan Management Review, Spring 2001
Feature Interview: What are the big Supply Management challenges leaders face today? "Supply Chain A Current State of Affairs", interview with Julie Murphree<br>//http://juliemurphree.org/?p=111
Sept 12,2005, PMAB (Purchasing Management Association of Boston), "The Big Squeeze," Museum of Our National Heritage, Lexington, Mass.
Sept 21,2006, PROCURECON - "The Big Squeeze," Wrigley Mansion, Camelback Inn,Phoenix