The Future of Logistics, Chapter One

Why Does Logistics Matter? Military History, the Modern CEO, and The Amazon Effect.

Benjamin Gordon
Oct 14 · 1 min read
Photo by salvatore ventura on Unsplash

Logistics. Why does it matter?

It starts with General Bradley in World War II. How did the United States defeat Hitler’s army? Fifty years later, what enabled General Franks to push Saddam Hussein out of Iraq in Operation Iraqi Freedom? And today, how did CEOs like Tim Cook, Mary Barra, and A.G. Lafley become CEOs of Apple, General Motors, and Procter & Gamble?

Benjamin Gordon, Cambridge Capital CEO, narrates.

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Supply Chains

Supply chains: the convergence of old-economy transportation and new-economy technology

Benjamin Gordon

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Ben Gordon, CEO of Cambridge Capital and BGSA. Investor in logistics and supply chain technology. Published at Fortune and CNBC. http://bengordonpalmbeach.com/

Supply Chains

Supply chains: the convergence of old-economy transportation and new-economy technology

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