Tag Archives: logistics

A Cold Place At The End Of The World

What makes us view a place as the end of the world?  If one is a believer in a flat earth [1], one might ponder that it was the point at the end of the dish looking over into blank … Continue reading

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Waiting For It

Today, while I was reading a book, I was struck by something that I had never seen as a problem or difficulty.  Many people are aware of a standard of behavior known as the waiter rule, which lets people know … Continue reading

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Take Some Time To Appreciate The Cogs In The Wheel

In life, I think most of us understand that we often are cogs in wheels, small parts of much bigger processes going on.  I would hope that is not a thought that bothers or disturbs us.  However much we may … Continue reading

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If You Don’t Want My Opinion, You Don’t Get My Money

In this present age, companies are always looking for positive opinions for their businesses online and to aggregate the opinions of the products that they sell.  There are various rules as to how many positive interactions it takes to outweigh … Continue reading

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Finders, Returners

Those who are fond of the Harry Potter series (not everyone is, but that is a subject for another day) are aware that one of the four houses of Hogwarts is devoted to those who find things in Hufflepuff.  Although … Continue reading

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Book Review: Design Your Day

Design Your Day:  Be More Productive, Set Better Goals, And Live Life On Purpose, by Claire Diaz-Ortiz [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by Moody Publishing.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] I must admit that there … Continue reading

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The Problem Of Simultaneous Fronts

From time to time I note [1] that sometimes the most ideal way to solve a problem is to make it bigger.  This is contrary to the usual expectation.  Normally, we like to solve a problem by making it smaller … Continue reading

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Camera One

For a variety of reasons, I suppose, I am fond of cynical songs about fame and popularity and all of that.  I suppose it is easy to be cynical if one has no expectation of ever being famous, but I … Continue reading

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Book Review: The House On Foster Hill

The House On Foster Hill, by Jaime Jo Wright [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by Bethany House Publishers.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] It is difficult for me to be a fair judge of this … Continue reading

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Book Review: Supply Chain Strategy

Supply Chain Strategy, by Edward H. Frazelle As someone who is fond of reading and thinking about the study of logistics [1], I figured that I would like this book, and I did.  Logistics has often been looked down upon … Continue reading

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