Dr. Gerard Ibarra discusses two decision-making traps that may lead to developing ineffective decisions; overconfidence and recallability. Included are techniques to avoid these potential traps.
So why did you chose a career in defense logistics? After reading Jon Hatch’s blog post last month, I couldn’t help reminisce about my own path to a very rewarding logistics career. This month’s blog post discusses my accidental career in defense logistics, and challenges our readers to tell us your own story.
CLEP Will be hosting a virtual workshop November 9th 12:30 – 17:15 EST and 10th 13:00 – 17:15 EST. This Year’s Theme is “Supportability and Logistics Engineering – Advances and Applications Workshop.” Here is our present line-up of featured speakers and participating organizations. Watch your email inbox for our announcement on registering for workshop events.
Letter From the Editor for May 2021 CLEP newsletter. This LFE discusses the background of CLEP’s lifecycle certification program and ongoing development.
Back to the Basics: Defining the Similarities and Differences of Business Logistics and Acquisitions Logistics
Jon Hatch opens a new blog series “Back to The Basics,” discussing the basic tenants of acquisition logistics as compared to business logistics. In his series kickoff he defines the difference between “Business Acquisition” and “Acquisition Logistics.”
There are times when we face difficult decisions made even more difficult by competing individuals and departments. Sometimes when we make these decisions, we may not select the best solution. […]
Welcome to the NEW Council of Logistics Engineering Professional (CLEP) monthly newsletter! This new format is one example of CLEP’s evolution to meet the expanding need of defense industry Logistics […]
This article briefly describes eight major elements of logistics support: Supply Support; Maintenance & Support Personnel; Training and Training Support; Test, measurement, handling, and support equipment; Packaging, handling, storage/ warehousing, and transportation (PHS&T); Maintenance Facilities; Computer resources; and Technical data.