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Richard Cushing

Richard Cushing
Richard is a Senior Solutions Architect at RKL eSolutions LLC. He is a Certified Demand Driven Planner (CDDP) as recognized by the ISCEA. He also holds various certifications including Sage Certified Consultant on Sage 500 ERP. Richard has over 25 years of practical experience with a variety of information systems, project management, business consulting, enterprise application integration design and deployment.
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Understanding Supply Chain Dimensionality

In order to understand better how to manage your supply chain effectively, and how to maximize ROI on your investment in inventory in your supply chain, you really need to grasp some additional dimensions that help define how your inventory gets .

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Inventory Management Best Practices Part 4: Team Management

In our continuing series about inventory management and control best practices, let’s go on to see some additional practices that are important, or even crucial, to successful supply chain efforts. 

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Inventory Management Best Practices Part 3: Managing Units

In Part 1 and Part 2 of this series, we talked about controlling inventory, before being able to competently manage inventory. We also talked about some other best practices for organizing inventory in your warehouse. Let’s go on to see what other .

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Inventory Management Best Practices Part 2: Organization

In Part 1 of this series, we talked about controlling inventory, before being able to competently manage inventory. Now, let’s talk about some other best practices.

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How to Get Out of the Sunk Cost Trap

Some years ago I was working “The World of Concrete” (a giant, international trade show held annually in Las Vegas) for a software company offering a product to the industry.

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Inventory Management Best Practices Part 1: Control

It's unquestionable that you cannot manage your inventory if you do not control your inventory. Many times, I have been told, “Our people just don’t trust the numbers they see in the ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) system. Everything has to be .

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Winnie-the-Pooh and Your Supply Chain

The other day, I watched the recent Christopher Robin film with three of my grandchildren. I’ll tell you a secret: A.A. Milne and Winnie-the-Pooh are favorites of mine, even as an adult. What astounded me about this film was the nuggets of real .

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The Biggest Economic Gains Come from Innovation

Economists and economic theory can, more or less, explain only about 20 percent of the worldwide growth in per-capita income over the last 200-plus years. After economists account for factors such as labor, capital, natural resources, they ascribe .

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