Last week I spoke at the CLX Logistics Conference in Philadelphia on the future of Supply Chain Management. As I presented on Supply Chain 2030, I shared research on balance sheet performance, and provided insights on why I believe 90% of organizations failed in the delivery of supply chain excellence at the balance sheet level.
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Headwinds: A force of resistance
Tailwinds: A favorable force blowing in the same direction
When I travel from company to company and discuss the future of business processes, the term "digital" is ubiquitous. A digital fever abounds. I liken it to the e-commerce frenzy of 2001 (when an "e" proceeded every strategy).
Last year, analysts from Legacy Supply Chain Services wrote, "Over the past 5 years, supply chain risk management has moved onto the radar of the C-level, especially in industry segments like retai
Shoppers rule. Here’s how retailers and brands can rethink supply chains to serve fulfillment’s many new avenues.
The digital shelf is here. Getting goods to it? That’s another story.
"The growth of internet-enabled commerce, mobile devices and social networks has led companies to be more digitally driven since the turn of the century," writes Nipun Mundoor and Dinesh Natar