The Supply Jane & Fifo Adventures
The Supply Jane Adventures bring supply chain, logistics, and inventory management principles to life. They teach kids simple but powerful concepts that make the world around us work. They are also a great way for parents to approach the 'Here’s what Mommy does all day at work' conversation.
Supply Jane Clears the Way
The dragon food factory is falling behind!
Uncle Manny makes the best dragon food in the business. His employees are working as hard as they can, but they can’t make enough dragon food to keep their customers happy…
Can Supply Jane and Fifo find and fix the bottleneck?
Fifo Saves the Day
Baby dragons are everywhere!
Perry Shibble sells dragon eggs, but he doesn’t stock his shelves correctly. The eggs hatch, and there are baby dragons all over his store!
Can Supply Jane and Fifo save the day?
An early introduction to supply chain management
The opportunities for a successful and fulfilling career in supply chain management are enormous. Maybe this book can help a little bit by showcasing the work that supply chain and operations managers do in an accessible way to children.
Associate Dean of MBA Program
Kids love it!
My 5-year-old nephew totally got it (it's cool to eat leftovers now, before anything "hatches"), my sister loved seeing the light come on for him, and I was the hero.
Strategy Consultant & Coach
I'd make my kid read this if I had one.
You should check illustrations out mindfully as there are some cool subtle details present!
Senior Software Engineer
Supply Jane saves the day!
Great book for introducing basic concepts of supply chain management, especially for children.
Supply Chain Department Chair
Paperback & ebook available worldwide
Paperbacks available on amazon.com only; Kindle available worldwide
'Twas the Month Before Christmas: A Supply Chain Carol
'Twas the month before Christmas
And all through the port
Not a ship was unloading
Because labor was short
Supply chain disruptions are threatening Christmas! When the news reaches Santa, he decides to take things into his own mitten-clad hands...