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Supply Chain Cartoon Caption Contest

- June 23, 2011 -
Supply Chain Cartoon Caption Winners for June 6, 2011 Contest

 

Russ Thorne of Cargill and Brian Haden of IT Tralee (Ireland) Take Home the Honors

Week:  June 6, 2011 Contest



This Weeks' Winners!

 

 

Russ Thorne
Cargill, Inc.

(Noteworthy Shout Out to Eli Goldratt's "The Goal")





 

Brian Hayden
IT Tralee, Ireland

(Our First Two-Time Winner)

 

Each winner will receive a nice framed picture of the cartoon with their winning entry and acknowledgement from SCDigest.


Every six months, SCDigest readers will vote on the best cartoon for that period among the bi-monthly winners, and that person will win a $50.00 AMEX Gift Card

This week's
Supply Chain Cartoon Caption Contest Winners:

 

Russ Thorne

Cargill, Inc.


Brian Hayden

IT Tralee, Ireland

 

Both will all receive a framed copy of their cartoons and caption with recognition from Supply Chain Digest and be eligible for our semi-annual prize as voted on by readers.

We had over 200 submissions for this contest, which we think was perhaps the most challenging one yet. Thank you!

Both entries were noteworthy. Thorne's entry references Dr. Eli Goldratt's seminal book
"The Goal," which introduces the Theory of Constraints concept, and in which plant manager Alex Rogo takes a six pack and some pizza to a hill to ponder his troubles. Very witty!

Brian Hayden we are pretty sure has become our contest's first two-time winner!

 

Many other great entries! See other especially funny captions below.

Didn't make it? Don't despair - we just have far too many entries to post them all. But you will make it soon!

New cartoon on the SCDigest web site on Monday June 27, 2011.

     

We Need Ideas!

Have an idea for a cartoon?

We would love that too, and will give you the credit.

Send us you idea at:

feedback@scdigest.com

 
 

Other Good Ones:

"Ironically, there's a pile of these things cluttering up my office."

Dan Hoffses
LL Bean

(Close second place!)



"Flip it over. Maybe the other side is in English."

Laura Willey
Trinity Customized Logistics


"It’s all Greek to me, too, but they assured me this is the English version."

Eric Hinkle
Servigistics, Inc.


"The Boss said we have to read this thing, and take a multiple choice test - whoever scores highest gets to keep his job."

 

Michael R. Albert
Jacobson Companies


“I personally plan on achieving seven sigma.”

Ron Lilek
Boardwalktech, Inc.


"I looked up the term "bottleneck" in this report's glossary and found my picture! But when I looked up the term "inefficient", I found YOUR picture."

 

Brian Frank
Booz Allen Hamilton


"One word: Ninjas."


Marly M. C. Hazen
CTSI-Global


“Talk fast, quote Vince Lombardi, Ronald Reagan and Deepak Chopra, and whatever you do, don’t ask for questions."

Pat Johnson
Michael Foods


"Perfect. Now we can level the table in the break room."

 

Mark Campbell
First Quality Products

 


“Is this in the last installment of ‘Harry Potter’?”

 

Ed Pound
Factory Physics


"Oh, THIS ought to be interesting!"

 

Bill Davis
Lowes


"Now we have a manual and procedure to inform us we can't do it."

Cindy Grimshaw
EMC Corporation


"No thanks. I already saw a Toyota commercial today."


Bill Russo


"Mike, this book is full of typos."

David Counts
Graybar Corporate Purchasing


"No, Herb, it’s not talking about you…it’s a different ‘Herbie’."

Fred Schafer
Ingersoll Rand

(Note: This is also very witty.)


The Boss attended a seminar last week, so just read it ok?"

Kevin R. Clark
Western Digital

 


 


 

Previous Cartoon Winners

 
 
 


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