1. Most companies are mishandling their supply chain risk At the 2015 RILA Retail Supply Chain Conference, Kurt Salmon moderated a panel on supply chain planning and the steps executives can take to mitigate related risks. What insights did you share?...
  2. Underestimating the value of mobile can be a costly business mistakeAt the 2015 RILA Retail Supply Chain Conference, Tom Cole, Kurt Salmon retail expert, and Josh Friedman, VP of e-commerce and digital operations at JCPenney, discussed mobile in omnichannel. What...
  3. The retail industry must be part of our sustainability futureAt the 2015 RILA Retail Supply Chain Conference, Todd Soller, a retail expert at Kurt Salmon, facilitated a conversation with executives from Walgreens and Meijer about their sustainability...
  4. Lessons Learned from WERC: Operationalizing Order Management Systems At the 2015 WERC Annual Conference for Logistics Professionals, Holden Bale, retail expert at Kurt Salmon, hosted a panel with Josh Mayer, director of supply chain engineering at Belk, on...
  5. Lessons Learned from WERC: Improving Your Omnichannel Network Design At the 2015 WERC Annual Conference for Logistics Professionals, James Reardon, retail expert at Kurt Salmon, hosted a panel with Jeff Girard, senior vice president of distribution and direct...
  6. Imperial Capital Consumer Summit: Challenges and Opportunities in the Age of Social Discovery At the 2015 Imperial Capital Consumer Summit in Santa Monica, California, Bruce Cohen , senior partner leading Kurt Salmon’s Private Equity and Strategy Practice, led a discussion on the...
  7. What A Tangled Web We WeaveHow to Make Value-Based Partnerships and Affiliations Successful Developing integrated, value-based care delivery models requires unraveling existing systems and processes and weaving together new...
  8. And Then There Were Three?Applying Economic Theory to Health Care Provider Consolidation According to the “Rule of Three” in business and economics, all major industry sectors, no matter how fragmented,...
  9. Forcing Hospitals to Compete on PriceReference Pricing Could Change the Rules of the Game Health care is a major exception to the adage that “you get what you pay for.” Prices can vary widely even within a limited...
  10. If You Build It, Will They Come?Positioning Physical Assets for Population Health Nothing quite captures the simultaneous permanence and uncertainty of the choices health care providers face as much as a solid steel I-beam...