SCB Magazine - 2018 Annual Resource Guide >> Featured Content
Conversations with supply-chain executives about how companies can swim in the sea of big data without drowning in it.
Blockchain, the technology underlying bitcoin, has some challenges to overcome. But the potential applications are so compelling, supply chain managers should quickly learn more about it and begin to conceptualize how it can be applied to their businesses.
As the Arabian Gulf region aims for a larger role in the global logistics market, which it is estimated will be worth $15.5tr by 2024, Saudi Arabia is upping its own logistics game and becoming a credible competitor to Dubai in the process.
A survey by 3M Company finds a large number of suppliers holding back from engaging in true collaboration with buyers, due to a lack of openness and customer incentives.
Managing complexity has become a priority for modern-day logistics and supply chain leaders. For many enterprises, however, reliance on cumbersome legacy systems keeps them chained to the costly ways of the past.
Planners working with complex supply chains will find that artificial intelligence systems will free them for more interesting work — and could even lead to rising in the company ranks.