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LQ is proud to announce two blogs under the stewardship of two LQ Executive Editors:

Thomas Goldsby

LQ Insights (Blog Editor, Thomas Goldsby, PhD)

Thomas J. Goldsby is an Associate Professor of Supply Chain Management at the Gatton College of Business & Economics at the University of Kentucky. The views of this blog are solely Dr. Goldsby’s and are not representative of the Gatton College of Business & Economics or the University of Kentucky. Enter blog


Nicholas Siersen

Ideas for Leadership in Logistics & Transportation (Blog Editor, Nicholas Seiersen)

Nicholas Seiersen, B.Sc. (Hons.), M.B.A., P.Log., LQ Executive Editor, is a Senior Manager with KPMG, based in Toronto, Ontario. He specializes in supply chain consulting, with particular attention to strategic sourcing and supply chain planning and operations. Mr. Seiersen is the Canadian Service Line lead for Operations Cost Management at KPMG. Mr. Seiersen holds a B.Sc. (Hons.) in Biochemistry and an M.B.A. in Industrial Management. He teaches executive development courses at top universities in Europe and North America. He is the past President of the Toronto Roundtable of the Council of Logistics Management (now CSCMP). Enter blog


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LQ's Introductory Notes and Guidelines

Posting Guidelines
We hope the conversations that take place on LogisticsQuarterly.com/blogs will be constructive, thought-provoking and provocative. To ensure LQ maintains the highest possible quality content, all posts will be reviewed by LQ's editors or board members and may be edited, primarily for length. We also ask that you observe the following guidelines.

  • No promotion of products or services. This is an selling-free zone.
  • Please be mindful of the way in which we debate ideas. We value your insights and feel free to criticize ideas, but never the people expressing them.
  • No multimedia is permitted. If you want LQ and its readers to be aware of outside reference and sources, please let us know but do not include them here.

We look forward to your insights - and learning from the ideas you share.

- LQ's Editors


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