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Consumer buying habits have changed drastically over the years. They’re no longer taking a day-trip to the town mall or shopping centers. Everything is online. So how is supply chain shifting with them?
All of this and MORE was unpacked during our Logward LIVE event with Jonas Krumland, CEO at Logward, Helge Remmers, Global Head of Ocean & Air Freight Procurement with Covestro and moderated by our very own, Sarah Barnes-Humphrey, of course!!
Efficiency, flexibility and responsiveness are the key components of a resilient supply chain, says Paul Webb, regional vice president of enterprise supply chain at Coupa.
In this episode of Rethinking Supply Chain, Venzee CEO and host John Abrams talks with Dr. Nick Vyas, Executive Director of the USC Marshall Center for Global Supply Chain Management.
Disruption is driving digital transformation of supply chains more rapidly than ever before, and is critical to remaining competitive. However, businesses of all sizes face many challenges when it comes to transforming their supply and value chain operations.
Increased globalization, varying customer requirements, extended product lines, uncertainty regarding supplier performance, and myriad related factors make supply chains utterly complex.
Host Thomas O’Connor and Gartner research vice president Tim Payne discuss findings from the , a report that proposes a paradigm shift towards managing uncertainty in supply chain organizations.
In today's engaging episode of the Digital Supply Chain podcast, we dove into the intricate and fascinating world of supply chains with , Chief Product Officer and Co-founder at .
The generational challenge of the green transformation requires an active role of policy to guide and support investment in new, carbon-neutral technologies.
With so much change in global business, it can hardly come as a surprise that even the concept of "supply chain management" is being redefined out in industry. Effective supply chain management not only propels organizational success, but it also contributes to the creation of a more sustainable world.
The winter holiday season brings joy and festivities, but it also brings unique challenges for supply chain operations. As consumers gear up for celebrations, the demand for products skyrockets, testing the capabilities of supply chains worldwide.
One of the most promising applications of emerging blockchain technology is supply chain management. Blockchain—the digital record-keeping system developed for cryptocurrency networks—can help supply chain partners with some of their challenges by creating a complete, transparent, tamperproof history of the information flows, inventory flows, and financial flows in transactions.
The global economy requires effective management of global supply chains, involving numerous stakeholders, processes, assets, and a vast amount of information. In this scenario, competition involves establishing and sustaining a supply chain that is agile, adaptable, and well-coordinated.
In many industries the balance of power has shifted from buyers to suppliers. Companies that have gotten into a weak position need to tackle the problem strategically, the authors argue.
Modern food supply chains—infused with scientific and engineering innovations—have made food increasingly more affordable and accessible. Yet there is growing concern about the long-term sustainability of our food system.
The Supply Chain Buzz is Supply Chain Now’s regular Monday livestream, held at 12n ET each week. This show focuses on some of the leading stories from global supply chain and global business, always with special guests – the most important of which is the live audience!
This article examines the theoretical and practical implications of artificial intelligence (AI) integration in supply chain management (SCM).
Join to discuss how forecasting has changed since 2020 which has caused companies to either change or expand their forecasting models.
Every day, millions of sailors, truck drivers, longshoremen, warehouse workers and delivery drivers keep mountains of goods moving into stores and homes to meet consumers’ increasing expectations of convenience. But this complex movement of goods underpinning the global economy is far more vulnerable than many imagined.
Most U.S. and European companies have spent the past 20 years concentrating their manufacturing in East Asia to reduce costs. It’s time for them to rethink these supply-chain strategies, however, for three reasons.
Technology is transforming the way Supply Chain Management works today, but what is this emerging tech we should be aware of in Supply Chains? While everything today is constantly evolving, I want to discuss the technology you should be aware of when considering your supply chain and/or digital transformations.
Digital innovation is fueling change in supply chains through new trends and transformational technologies. As customer and consumer demands increase, many retailers, brands, and logistics providers are feeling pressure to optimize their operations to navigate greater complexities and competitive landscapes.