James R. Stock is a University of South Florida Distinguished University Professor and Frank Harvey Endowed Professor of Marketing. He has interviewed many of the greatest minds in transportation logistics, a practice area we call supply chain management today. He shared those interviewed with Chris Barnes to be republished as part of the Supply Chain is Boring program.
In this interview, Stock speaks with Kenneth B. Ackerman, a well-known warehousing guru and consultant about the result of manufacturing going global, the role of unionization in logistics, and the updates reflected in the latest edition of his book, “Warehousing Profitably: A Manager’s Guide.”
Listen in to learn more about this well-known luminary in supply chain management.
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