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I Really Loved 59 Things – We Might Do It Again

For those of you that know me, you’ll know that I love running live events on Supply Chain and Logistics. I suppose it’s the chance to meet new people, but mainly it’s about the opportunity to share information and experience that will help others in their careers. I tried a new event in November 2018 called ’59 Things’. It was a full day workshop, fully catered at which I shared 59 Things to help our guests in...

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Making a Long Walk More Meaningful

Making a Long Walk More Meaningful

Time to think about others perhaps… ? As you might know, in recent years I have taken up long distance hikes as a way of taking a break. During the planning of our latest adventure walk, my wife Pat and I wanted to add some additional purpose to our journey. We had taken some time out again, from the day-to-day, to walk the 790 kilometres of the Camino Frances from St Jean Pied de Port in France, to Santiago de Compostela in North Western...

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Taking a Break

There won’t be any posts on here for a couple of months, because I’ll be taking a break. For 2 or 3 months. That’s a tip by the way.   As a business owner or senior Executive you need to take good breaks.  Proper breaks.  You’ll come back refreshed and energised and will add far more value! OK, you might not be able to manage 2-3 months, but you get the point right? I won’t be thinking about work at all, except for...

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Why do we provide FREE Supply Chain Seminars?

Why do we provide FREE Supply Chain Seminars?

Why does Logistics Bureau provide free supply chain seminars every year? Rob O’Byrne will tell you.   Get Event Invitations Here: If you don’t already receive invitations to our Free Supply Chain Seminars, register here: www.logisticsbureau.com/events/...

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Why Personal and Professional Development is Vital in SCM Leadership

Why Personal and Professional Development is Vital in SCM Leadership

Are you an aspiring supply chain leader? If so, I hope you’re ready to put some work in—not the everyday grafting kind of work, although of course that will be necessary. I’m talking about working on yourself, because to be successful in supply chain leadership, you must work constantly on developing yourself professionally and personally—and I’m going to tell you why.   Supply Chain Leadership is Different Being at the...

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