Inbound Logistics | January 2024

WAREHOUSE MANAGEMENT: THE DEFINITIVE GUIDE TO IMPROVING EFFICIENCY AND MINIMIZING COSTS IN THE MODERN WAREHOUSE BY GWYNNE RICHARDS The fourth edition of Warehouse Management is fully updated to include the latest technologies in warehousing. The book explains robotics, cobots, and AI and their impact is situated alongside discussions on the future of warehousing. Also included are new case studies from companies that have achieved improvements and cost savings by introducing new technology and equipment, leaner processes,

and environmental initiatives. The book covers an extensive range of key topics, from defining the modern warehouse and detailing management processes, strategies, and practices to tackling environmental challenges to ensure a sustainable supply chain.

THE AMAZON WAY: AMAZON’S 14 LEADERSHIP PRINCIPLES BY JOHN ROSSMAN Looking to emulate the Amazon way? In this business guide, the author, a former Amazon

DATA DRIVEN: TRUCKERS, TECHNOLOGY, AND THE NEW WORKPLACE SURVEILLANCE BY KAREN LEVY Long-haul truckers increasingly find themselves under many

executive and expert advisor, provides an unrivaled view into Amazon’s unique culture and management practices. Sprinkled with entertaining and enlightening firsthand anecdotes from his time working with Amazon CEO Je„ Bezos, Rossman reveals the lessons that propelled Amazon from a simple online bookseller to a global “everything store.”

watchful eyes. Federal regulations require truckers to buy and install digital monitors that capture data about their locations and behaviors, supporting additional surveillance by trucking firms and other companies. This book examines how digital surveillance is upending life and work on the open road, and how truckers are challenging and resisting them.


The author has spent more than 25 years leading supply chain operations and believes that improving your supply chain will improve your bottom line, regardless of your industry. Supply chain operations in the military are very similar to supply chain operations in commercial industry; both have the ability to improve operations for the customer. The author’s recommendations for improving supply chain operations draw on examples in civilian industry and military operations, including his experiences in Operation Iraqi Freedom.

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