By Emmet Fritch
Faculty member, Reverse Logistics Management at American Public University
I am often asked what the term reverse logistics means and how it works. Finding the most efficient way to minimize loss or maximize return on investment is the objective of reverse logistics.
By Robert Gordon
Program Director, Reverse Logistics Management at American Public University
A quick look at the major job search websites such as Indeed, LinkedIn, Glassdoor, and CareerBuilder shows thousands of available jobs in reverse logistics and reverse logistics management. In the past, the primary driver of reverse logistics roles has been the retail sector; however, more and more industries are finding value in reverse logistics. Major increases are occurring business, professional services, health care as well as retail jobs – which all points to growth in customer service industries.
By Dr. Robert Gordon
Faculty member, American Public University
When completed, RLBOK will become the official standard for reverse logistics operations in the same manner as the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) is the standard for project management.