My second article for Inbound Logistics appeared in the May issue. The feature discusses the use of a Warehouse Management System at Tastefully Simple.
I’m currently writing another case study for the magazine that focuses on warehouse operations at a paper company. The article is scheduled to appear in late summer or early fall.
I'm pleased to announce that I have been asked to write for the blog of a leading provider of Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES) software. I've worked with this MES software provider for more than a decade–writing white papers and case studies–so it is only natural that they want to leverage my product knowledge for their blog. Each month I will write approximately 15 posts, covering everything from supply chain quality to global manufacturing best practices.
The blog will also feature podcasts that I produce and host.
Blended learning methodology graphic (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
The interplay between technology and education is the focus of a new corporate blog–published by a leading education software provider–that has engaged me as a ghost blogger. As part of the agreement, I will write three posts each month for this topical blog site that shares quality information about technological advances that the benefit K12 education. Some of the themes that I will touch upon in the coming months include blended learning, education trends, and advancements in neuroscience.
This is the sixth corporate blog project I have embarked on in the past two years.
I’m pleased to have been the backer responsible for putting this Kickerstarter project over the top. My donation help Paper Crane Farms buy a mission-critical tool for the farm.
Farmer Joe Evans explains:
The farm is in need of a Market Van to get us into Asheville, and the surrounding areas, so we may provide access to affordable and healthy food. This year we will also be offering our first CSA, which stresses further our need for a trusty Road Warrior. We are asking for your support with this needed piece of equipment so that we may fulfill the ongoing project of farming, and all that entails.
Kickstarter helps connect businesses, such as mine, that wish to support the endeavors of local producers like Joe. I’m pleased to be a backer of Joe’s farm. And I’m eager to support social networking sites like Kickstarter that are built to facilitate these important, socially constructive connections for the betterment of the local community. Without Kickstarter I would have never known about Joe’s critical need.
My guide to selling professional services is now available for download on Gumroad. Click here to learn more and to access the download link.