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“Let Your Horses Run”

(Thoughts on leadership penned by Michael A. Rodenberg, Chairman and  CEO of Murikami Manufacturing, USA, Inc. and Director of Murakami Corporation, North and South America; shared from his LinkedIn post)

In 2011, I returned to Kentucky for an opportunity to …

By Michael A. Rodenberg
Michael A. Rodenberg Chairman and CEO
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CFA vs MBA? Here’s Why You Should Do Both

Find out how CFA-holders can benefit from doing an MBA, and why MBA-holders can benefit from taking CFA exams too


It is one of the most hotly-debated questions in financial training circles: should you get an MBA …

By Seb Murray
Seb Murray
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Expert tips for First-Time Managers

As a new manager, you’ll need to do more with less. Three experienced managers offer advice to help you get it done. 

Some people fall into management positions, some people work their way up the ladder to get into management …

By Matt Krumrie
Matt Krumrie Contributing Writer
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AI in Supply Chain Management: It’s Only as Good as Your Data

Read Shannon Vaillancourt’s FORBES article here.

Artificial intelligence (AI) is impacting every industry, and supply chain management is no different. While companies now have access to nearly unlimited data, I believe just having data is not enough to improve supply …

By Shannon Vaillancourt
Shannon Vaillancourt
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How to Create a Sourcing Function that Makes a Lasting Impact

By: Roy Maurer, 7 March 2019 for SHRM.  (Read the original article here.)

Talent acquisition experts preach that true hiring success comes not from reactive recruiting practices like scanning resumes and applications, but from proactively finding and engaging potential candidates.  

By Roy Maurer
Roy Maurer
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