We have been trained to think that;
The ‘supply chain’ is where businesses buy what they need to produce the products and services they sell to other businesses and people.
The ‘market place’ is where businesses sell their wares to other businesses and people.
But we've been thinking about it all wrong. That’s a business-centric view.
Supply and Demand When You Put People First
The ‘supply chain’ is where people buy what they need to live their lives and do their work.
The ‘market place’ is where people sell their skills, talents and time to people and businesses that need what we offer.
Start looking at the world through that lens and a lot changes.
After last week …
To all that replied, liked, subscribed and emailed me after last weeks inaugural issue, I thankyou. And so glad you liked. If I have still got your interest, why not forward this to a colleague and have them subscribe. To borrow a concept from Arlo;
“Can you imagine fifty people a day? I said FIFTY people a day
Walkin' in, signin’ on, and shippin’ out? Friends
They may think it's a Movement.”