Feb 24, 2010

'Baby Steps' - and a new Facebook page

Today, I am starting a new experiment with this blog. I am beginning to investigate newer ways to promote SCM blog. Social media is something that is of great interest to me and I see it as being the primary medium of communication as the Internet moves forward. I also see it as the future of supply chain management. This blog is more and more beginning to take the direction towards finding the next big thing in supply chain management. As a precursor to this, it is imperative that the current trends in supply chain management are analyzed and documented.

 

As you might have noticed I use links from baby stepsa lot of social media websites like Facebook, Twitter, etc. Today, I'm proud to let the world know that SCM blog has another home at Facebook. If you use Facebook, visit the SCM blog page, become a fan and connect with other readers of the blog. Suggest the blog to friends who would find the content interesting. I am also looking at ways in which I can analyze and incorporate in this blog, the thousands of tweets that I read everyday. These tidbits more often than not contain vast realms of information.

 

The reason I'm sharing this information is because as SCM blog's readers, you are my end customer. I would be going against what I wrote if I did not keep you in mind and informed you of the developments on the website. Also, a few years down the line, it would be interesting to have documented proof of the base small steps that SCM blog has taken along the way. Today, I'm also starting a new tag called 'baby steps'. All posts that improve the blog's overall design, interface and user experience will be tagged 'baby steps'.

 

As always, I work hard to give you a clean, interactive experience while reading SCM blog. Blogging about supply chain management, is going to be a wonderful learning experience for me too. If you have any ideas that would improve your overall experience on this blog, do let me know. I am constantly looking for ideas (big and small) that I can incorporate into SCM blog. I look forward to your suggestions/comments. Keep a special watch out for future 'baby steps' . My special thanks goes out to the readers who've posted comments.

Feb 24, 2010

'Baby Steps' - and a new Facebook page

Today, I am starting a new experiment with this blog. I am beginning to investigate newer ways to promote SCM blog. Social media is something that is of great interest to me and I see it as being the primary medium of communication as the Internet moves forward. I also see it as the future of supply chain management. This blog is more and more beginning to take the direction towards finding the next big thing in supply chain management. As a precursor to this, it is imperative that the current trends in supply chain management are analyzed and documented.

 

As you might have noticed I use links from baby stepsa lot of social media websites like Facebook, Twitter, etc. Today, I'm proud to let the world know that SCM blog has another home at Facebook. If you use Facebook, visit the SCM blog page, become a fan and connect with other readers of the blog. Suggest the blog to friends who would find the content interesting. I am also looking at ways in which I can analyze and incorporate in this blog, the thousands of tweets that I read everyday. These tidbits more often than not contain vast realms of information.

 

The reason I'm sharing this information is because as SCM blog's readers, you are my end customer. I would be going against what I wrote if I did not keep you in mind and informed you of the developments on the website. Also, a few years down the line, it would be interesting to have documented proof of the base small steps that SCM blog has taken along the way. Today, I'm also starting a new tag called 'baby steps'. All posts that improve the blog's overall design, interface and user experience will be tagged 'baby steps'.

 

As always, I work hard to give you a clean, interactive experience while reading SCM blog. Blogging about supply chain management, is going to be a wonderful learning experience for me too. If you have any ideas that would improve your overall experience on this blog, do let me know. I am constantly looking for ideas (big and small) that I can incorporate into SCM blog. I look forward to your suggestions/comments. Keep a special watch out for future 'baby steps' . My special thanks goes out to the readers who've posted comments.