Industry Insights

Mike Regan

Recent Posts

Yellow Closes Its Doors – What This Means For Shippers

This past weekend Yellow notified its customers that they were officially closing their doors.

July 31, 2023

Insights on What the Board Wants to Know About Your Supply Chain

In a recent webinar called What the Board Wants to Know About Your Supply Chain, several well-seasoned logistics executives shared their experiences and advice for communicating upwards. Whether their insights come as great tips or great reminders, they’re worth hearing.

June 5, 2023

Note to CEOs: Ignorance isn’t bliss—in fact It can be costly!

As published in Logistics Management

January 24, 2023

Note to CEOs: Want a Great Supply Chain? Don’t Tell Me, SHOW ME!

By Mike Regan, Co-Founder · July 21, 2022 Originally published in Logistics Management

July 22, 2022

Note to CEOs: Your supply chain issues will not fix themselves!

2021 has exposed a sobering fact: several companies have taken their supply chains for granted. Truth be told, they have mediocre supply chains that are causing operational and/or financial challenges. By Mike Regan · As published in Logistics Management

January 5, 2022

Taking Your Supply Chains for Granted Can Cause Bad Things to Happen

Over the past couple of months, I have given several presentations to C-Level executives that underscore a message from my recent blog, “Get Serious or Get Seriously Hurt”. CEOs cannot delegate the task of building great supply chains for their companies. They absolutely must be involved in the decisions about where to invest their resources and in what amounts.

August 19, 2021

Forget the Perfect Storm…This Is Looking Like A Full-Fledged Frankenstorm!

Intro Note

January 26, 2018

A Logistics Outlook for 2017

As seen in the Journal of Commerce Annual Review and Outlook, 2017

January 15, 2017

Predictable Surprises: 3 Things you must do to Avoid Higher Rates

Last month, I gave a presentation to a group of senior transportation and supply chain executives. It was entitled “Predictable Surprises,” because it addressed how transportation and supply chain professionals can eliminate unpleasant surprises by looking at and evaluating issues in the transportation industry, and projecting how those issues will affect their companies.

May 28, 2015