James Hayward

James is a Senior Content Marketing Manager at Tradeshift, focused on crafting compelling stories that provide supply chain professionals with unique insights and actionable advice on how to take their organization to the next level. A journalist by trade, James was previously the Global Editor at Treasury Today magazine.

  • Are you inadvertently sabotaging your department?

    Are you inadvertently sabotaging your department?

    Are CIA sabotage tactics, your management best practices? Find out here.

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  • How might the COVID-19 crisis change how we all live and work?

    How might the COVID-19 crisis change how we all live and work?

    Tradeshift CEO and Co-founder, Christian Lanng, gave his take on what might change and the opportunities that lay in front of us to build a better world.

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  • How switching payment rails can save businesses millions of dollars a year

    How switching payment rails can save businesses millions of dollars a year

    After decades of little change, a wave of innovation is sweeping over the payments industry, creating fresh opportunities for businesses to drive cost, complexity and risk out of payments.

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  • How have accounts payable teams responded to the COVID-19 crisis: lessons from First Advantage and Take Two Interactive

    How have accounts payable teams responded to the COVID-19 crisis: lessons from First Advantage and Take Two Interactive

    Hear from leading accounts payable pros from Take Two Interactive and First Advantage about how they worked ensured business continuity during the COVID-19 crisis.

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  • 4 takes on how to solve for supply chain fragility

    4 takes on how to solve for supply chain fragility

    The COVID-19 crisis has exposed the fragility of complex global supply chains. But why are supply chains so unable to deal with disruption and what comes next? Four experts give their take.

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  • Creating a new paradigm for sustainability: how can we build back better?

    Creating a new paradigm for sustainability: how can we build back better?

    Several experts give their take on why it's vital to merge economic prosperity with sustainability as we rebuild post-COVID-19 and why the supply chain is a key pillar of this shift.

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  • What does 'office optional' mean for the future of work?

    What does 'office optional' mean for the future of work?

    Experts from IBM, The Sunday Times, Tata Consultancy Services and more join us to provide their view on what the shift to remote work means for us all.

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  • Paradigm Shift highlights: 'The Debate' — what's the future of work, sustainability, and trade?

    Paradigm Shift highlights: 'The Debate' — what's the future of work, sustainability, and trade?

    Week two of Paradigm Shift featured three panels debating some of the big topics of our time: the future of trade, sustainability, and work. See the highlights now.

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  • Working without a script: how improv helps you adapt to any situation

    Working without a script: how improv helps you adapt to any situation

    The future is coming at us faster than ever. How do we adapt and take advantage of the opportunities? Second City EVP, Kelly Leonard, provide some tips from the world of improv.

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  • What makes global supply chains so fragile?

    What makes global supply chains so fragile?

    COVID-19 has rocked global supply chains. Should businesses have seen this crisis coming? And could they have been better prepared to deal with it? Here's what the numbers tell us.

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  • Will the COVID-19 pandemic change our approach on sustainability?

    Will the COVID-19 pandemic change our approach on sustainability?

    Can we take advantage of the opportunity in front of us to reset and build a more sustainable future? Or will we squander the chance and revert to the way things were before?

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  • Are we prepared for the work-from-home economy?

    Are we prepared for the work-from-home economy?

    The COVID-19 pandemic has thrust a new paradigm of work upon us. Will office life return as normal when this crisis is over? Or will the radical change in the way we work endure?

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  • Programming sustainability: fighting the true cost of affordable fashion

    Programming sustainability: fighting the true cost of affordable fashion

    At Davos, we wanted to find out the true price of the clothing we buy and how to have a sustainable ecosystem of affordable clothing. Here's how the supply chain can drive change.