25 Years. Since January 1996.
This book highlights a data-analytics business model showcasing how supply chain systems - Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Electronic Data Interchange (EDI), Automatic Identification (e.g., barcode labeling & scanning) - and the transactions that they output can be used for fraud detection and reduction beyond just performance analysis. (August 2012)
A dual-audience book, the first part helps customer/buying organizations structure more effective vendor compliance programs that their supply chain partners can understand and implement without excessive help. The second part is directed towards seller/supplier/vendor organizations with technical and operational guidance on how to be less disruptive, and thus more competitive supply chain partners. (December 2015)
Combining Norman Katz's 30+ years of professional experiences with his personal passion for his favorite sport in which he has been participating since 1993 and coaching since 2007, Norman uses fencing strategies and tactics as analogies for business execution covering a wide range of topics, including: brand management, leadership, self-assessment, competitive analysis, project management, and more through 30 lessons with background information on the fascinating sport of fencing in this unique perspective book on business performance. (November 2020)
Norman Katz is a US national and international speaker with over 60 insightful presentations focused on topics that include supply chain technologies, operations, fraud, and better business execution.
To view Norman's history of speaking engagements, click the Speaking Engagements link below.
Besides his books, Norman Katz has authored over 20 insightful newspaper, trade journal, and magazine articles. Norman has also been interviewed for podcasts.
To view the publications Norman has written for and been quoted in, to download some of his articles, or to listen to some of the podcasts that have interviewed Norman, click the Articles & Audio link below.
Since 2010, Norman Katz has been writing and publishing a monthly newsletter. Norman regularly receives compliments for combining and relating what at the outset seem to be disparate issues. The newsletters are timely and cover a wide range of business, ethical, and technical topics.
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