An organisation’s supply chain is the biggest carbon emitter which means that transitioning to greener and more sustainable supply chains is crucial. But making changes that reduce those emissions, can sometimes feel like an overwhelming project.
Ecological waste, the accumulation of greenhouse gasses, the overuse of natural resources and the overconsumption of carbon are problems that need to be solved in aggregate; otherwise, they affect every link of the global supply chain.
As Palo Alto Networks, a global provider of cybersecurity services, approached the end of the license period with its then-current SaaS provider, the company was seeking a new software solution to improve Integrated Business Planning.
Over the past couple of years, a multitude of challenges have been thrown at supply chains that have caused what feels like a chain reaction of continuous disruption. Supply chain and procurement teams are tasked with sifting through the noise to find out what is relevant to their supplier base to ensure their supply network stays in equilibrium.
Join #1 Wall Street Journal, and New York Times bestselling author, Stephen M. R. Covey and Supply Chain Brain editor-in-chief, Bob Bowman as they take on the biggest leadership challenges in Supply Chain.