Hi, I’m Ellery. I’m a supply chain engineer and an administrator. I write essays that promote productivity and Aha moments.
I’ve been immersed in supply chains since 1984. I’ve worked with plenty of people in manufacturing, logistics, purchasing, engineering, and planning. It’s a broad field where many do overtime anonymously and where there’s room for improvement when it comes to productivity.
I’ve been a full-time property administrator since 1997. I manage properties like warehouses and offices which not only has kept me in touch with supply chains but also has introduced me to professionals from other walks of life. And I can tell you there are plenty of professionals in the property administration business who toil anonymously with overtime and who could use a little help in uplifting productivity in their workplaces.
I co-wrote a book, Speed Kills, with the esteemed supply chain advisor and speaker, Jovy J. Jader and from that pivotal point of becoming a writer, I’ve gone on to write blogs then essays. Formerly titled Overtimers Anonymous, my blogs-turned-essays evolved from everyday issues in supply chain operations management to Aha’s, insights from everyday experiences.
We all have Aha’s and as I promote productivity wherever I am, I hope to also demonstrate that we can convert some of our fleeting thoughts into ideas, no matter how seemingly insignificant, into inventions of significant benefit.
Ellery S. Lim