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Supply Chain Cartoon Caption Contest

Supply Chain Cartoon Caption Winners for May 10, 2010 Contest

Kari McEwen of DATEX Named this week's Winner

Week: May 20, 2010



 


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 special prize to be determined soon.


This week's Supply Chain Cartoon Caption Contest Winners:

 

Kari McEwen

DATEX

 

She will receive a framed copy of his cartoon with recognition from Supply Chain Digest and be eligible for our semi-annual prize as voted on by readers.

We had again more than 100 entries thos contest - a surprising number referinving Magic I8 balls - so many we discounted most of those very similar entries.

See other great 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, May 24, 2010.

     

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 Entries:

 

“The ERP consultants told me it was obsolete and to throw it away, but the Crystal Ball told me that the ERP consultants are obsolete and to ignore them.”

David Weyrick
Ricoh Americas Corporation


“I am sorry. Your office has been replaced by our new Forecasting System.”

 

Brad Carlson

Crate and Barrel


"Our value stream mapping workshop began with 'it's always wrong'…from there it was all downhill."

 

Joe Witkowski, CPIM CSCP

Dr Pepper Snapple Group

 


“If we ship that one out to a plant we will have no way knowing how many more we should reorder.”

 

Paul R Elmer

CECOR

 


 

“This is our new forecasting tool. No one knows how to use it yet, but we have a team of people working with the consultants we’ve brought in to figure it out.”

 

Tammy Haworth

Fire Mountain Gems and Beads

 


 

“How is IT’s idea for a low cost forecasting solution working out so far?”

 

 Greg Weigel

American Woodmark Corporation

 


“Look, it was meant as a last resort, not the first, but things change.”

 

Sajeev Anand

Fujitsu America


 

"Go ahead, I double dog dare you to bring that to our next planning meeting."

Richard Murphy
TLC Logic


“It’s been working perfectly. Maybe we should look into renewing the license.”

 

Jeff Harrop

Demand Clarity Inc.


“We laid off the group, disconnected the software and went with the 8-ball. Results, unfortunately, have improved.”

 

Mark Wheeler

Motorola, Inc.


 "Your new forecasting supervisor, Madam Cleo, will be along any minute now!"

 

Robin Newstead
R. Moroz Ltd.


 

“Yes, it’s a crystal ball.  We keep it in the closest so Operations doesn’t learn that we really have no clue what we are doing.”

 

Bill Davis

Lowe’s Distribution


 

“Be careful when you handle it – that’s the only one left!”

 

Anil Kuttan

Mahindra Satyam


 

Previous Cartoon Winners

 
 
 


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