Business Management

COVID-19 & Supply Chains

Though new cases of COVID-19 continue to drop across the country, extreme ordering and waves of panic hoarding during the pandemic seriously impacted consumer behavior and supply chains. Truckers were happy today, but how will that look in a year—or more.

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Going Beyond Commissions Part 4: MBOs & Gainsharing Measures

While non-sales and operational roles may have lower prominence regarding company profitability, Beth Carroll of Prosperio Group discusses the influence these positions have on business outcomes and how individual and collective project measures may be a better choice for rewarding these roles.

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Recovery Strategies vs. Recovery Solutions: Are Yours Aligned?

Technology disasters come in many forms—weather, cyberattack, and human error, among others. Regardless of its origin, financial losses from an IT outage continue to mount until operating systems are substantially restored. Yet, many 3PL and trucking companies have inadequate recovery plans, or none at all.

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The Value of Coaching

One of the biggest hurdles in business is asking for help. Having a coach or mentor can be invaluable in achieving goals and staying a step ahead of the competition.

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Logistics Marketing for 2021

With freight riding to all-time highs and shippers adjusting their pricing to match, it’s imperative to have your sales and marketing message clear and concise—the first time.

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SARS-COV-2: The Key Economic Determinant for 2021

The Transportation industry has fared surprisingly well during the pandemic in response to surging demands for goods. Will the industry continue its fantastic growth as the economy returns to normal, or will the pendulum begin to swing backward?

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The Principles of Delegation

Quality delegation is a complex process with clarity of task, designee and training a must. Get any one of these three wrong and you may just sabotage the entire outcome.

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