Strategic Futurists; Value Systems Specialists

Events

The Trucking Industry is facing a crisis. It needs to Act. NOW

Tuesday 28 May 2013

The Trucking Industry, as a key part of the wider Supply Chain and Logistics Industry is coming to the end of an era, right at the time when it should be being refreshed. Put simply, there just aren't enough drivers for trucks, and to date, attempts to recruit more drivers have been less that what is required. The immediate result is two fold: trucks are getting bigger with more trailers being added; and drivers are facing ever tougher delivery times. And that leads to a further impact -

an increase in the number of drivers, in particular owner drivers, facing demands by their customers, that place them in a very difficult position. That position sees drivers pushing an ever tightening delivery schedule in order to stay afloat. Deliver on time (as demanded by the end customer) or do not get paid. The ONLY outcome of that position is increased on road risk. In this conversation with Vicki Kerrigan on ABC Darwin, we consider The Future of the Trucking Industry


See more events...

Keep informed - Sign up

Look ahead for your business - sign up for your exclusive updates.
name

email address

Events

India's Covid Surge has a Fat Tail for Australian Companies
Friday 23 April 2021
As Covid19 variants continue to emerge, the cause of which can be fairly placed at a lack of social distancing and slow vaccine rates that allow 'mixing' of viral strains in social settings, India is on the brink of a healthcare collapse and the implications for Australian companies, especially in the tech sector, are huge.
Read more...
The near term future - 3 Months to 3 years
Wednesday 17 March 2021
What does the future hold for Australia in the next 3 months, to 3 years? Travel, work, living...
Read more...
Waving Goodbye to Wedgewood's Factory in HR
Sunday 7 March 2021
I was doing it well before then and there's clips of me online going back as far as 2010 or so, railing against the idea of human resources as a label and the insistence by HR managers or CEOs that only people who work 'in the office' are going to be productive. It Is A Lie. And even more research is proving it
Read more...