Bullshit Jobs is the title of David Graeber’s book1. Graeber writes, “it’s as if someone were out there making up pointless jobs just for the sake of keeping us all working.”… “In capitalism this is precisely what is not supposed to happen.”2 Graeber uses the PPI scandal in the UK as an example of how
Staying afloat in today’s market means being fast and agile in reaction to changes and unexpected events. An agile supply chain is the best prerequisite to achieve this for your company. The concepts to get there are common sense and quite simple. Here are 7 key things you need to think about and change1 1.
At first glance, how can it be bad. After all, the more we get out of our expensive equipment and employees the lower the cost of our product. The lower the cost of our product, the more money we make from a sale. The market does not always play our game. We can only sell