Watch Fishbowl’s First 5 Whiteboard Wednesday Videos

I’ve published five episodes of Fishbowl’s Whiteboard Wednesday on this blog, and I’d like to do a recap of them today to make sure none of them fall by the wayside.

Fishbowl's Whiteboard Wednesday video series explains complex inventory management topics in easy-to-understand terms, Fishbowl Inventory BlogWhiteboard Wednesday is a video series in which Fishbowl CMO Kirk Tanner addresses a variety of inventory management topics, such as calculating safety stock and cost of goods sold. He explains these concepts in easy-to-understand terms that can fit on a whiteboard.

You don’t have to be an expert on inventory management to understand what Kirk is talking about. In fact, the purpose of these videos is to help you become an expert on complex operations that affect your business.

Here are the first five videos that have been produced in the Whiteboard Wednesday series. The transcript is included below each video if you’d prefer to read along or simply have each video’s content in written format for review.

Perpetual vs. Periodic Inventory Systems

What Is Inventory Management?

How To Improve Your Business Processes

How To Find True Costs Of Goods

How To Optimize Safety Stocking

Keep coming back to the Fishbowl Inventory Blog for tips on managing your inventory, as well as other topics you will find useful to running your business.

Share

About Robert Lockard

Robert Lockard is a copywriter with Fishbowl. He writes for several blogs about inventory management, manufacturing, QuickBooks and small business. Fishbowl Inventory is the #1-requested inventory management software for QuickBooks users. Robert enjoys running, reading, writing, spending time with his wife and children, and watching movies.
This entry was posted in inventory management, videos and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink.

One Response to Watch Fishbowl’s First 5 Whiteboard Wednesday Videos

  1. Lois L. Hancock says:

    Let’s take the first waste in the list – defects. This could include inspection and repair of material in inventory or in the work areas caused by: weak process control; poor process capability; no standards or SOP’s; deficient PM; bad product or process design; or not having customer needs met. The impacts could be that stuff doesn’t flow in normal way; extra inspection is required; the quality gets managements’ attention; so we start to scramble to recover.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>