Mitigating Risks of Supply Chain Disruptions
Supply chains are becoming more global, while margins for error in the supply chain are getting slimmer. The chance of a supply chain disruption and accumulated economic impact increases.
Leveraging Opportunities in Smart Manufacturing
A network-centric approach, digitalization, strong information and communications technology support, and the latest available proven manufacturing techniques, together, are leading to smarter industries.
Optimizing Global Operations
Rising labor costs, an increase of focus on value-creating factors that go beyond labor costs and an upsurge in consumption in emerging markets change the global footprint of businesses.
Embracing Big Data and Analytics
Supply chain analytics brings data-driven intelligence to businesses, reducing inefficiencies and overall cost to serve and improving service levels.
Transforming Leadership Capabilities
In a time of rapid change and globalization, the rules have been recast for acquiring the right talent. Few positions have undergone as thorough a transformation as that of chief supply chain officer