Supply Chain Visibility >> Podcasts
Order management ought to be the first candidate for streamlining and automation of business processes. So why is that task still stuck in another century?
Customs-compliance rules are costly, burdensome, time-consuming … and a potential source of competitive advantage.
Rising diplomatic tensions in North Korea and around the world pose a serious threat to global supply chains.
The world is overrun by debt. How can companies and supply chains protect themselves from the consequences of massive default?
Of all the potential disruptions to global supply chains today, terrorist attack might be the least understood, and the hardest to prepare for.
In the event of a natural disaster, there's a new tool that can help emergency responders and supply-chain managers find order in the chaos.
Manufacturers talk endlessly of the need for true collaboration with suppliers. But a surprising number of suppliers aren't on board with the concept.
Digital technology has come to the supply chain, and the procurement function must take note.
The success of modern-day retailing depends as much on information as it does on the products being sold.
What will the retail landscape look like in the very near future? And which players will be left standing?
There are countless ways in which a supply chain can go wrong. And most of the time, the culprit is poor risk management.
For transportation providers in the e-commerce era, the choice is clear: disrupt, or be disrupted.
In the era of the Internet of Things, we're playing catch-up with the huge volume of data that the phenomenon is generating.
A new wave of protectionism is threatening the stability of global supply chains.
In the age of the omnichannel, is there any hope for traditional retail chains?