Supply chains are facing historic disruptions more than 18 months since the start of the pandemic. In reflection, we’ve seen three distinct waves of challenges, with the most recent being defined by inflation and labor shortages. Nevertheless, supply chain leaders are unrelenting, and they are optimistic about the future.
Supply Chain Trends
Settle in to “work from home” for the long haul. 3 of the 4 timelines for life returning to pre-pandemic normal, warn that shelter-in-place is
A decade ago, supply chain was a very different function than the one we know today. Only 32% of businesses had deployed planning software, Amazon Prime
Hiring qualified talent is one of the single biggest challenges facing supply chain companies. The demand for supply chain professionals exceeds supply by six to
What stood out most about last week’s Gartner Supply Chain Executive Conference was the emerging consensus around the importance of Sales and Operations Execution (S&OE).
No matter how well your team has done its supply chain planning, it seems like exceptions always keep arising and you’re constantly in fire-fighting mode.
2019 has been great for business. The economy continues to move from strength to strength despite widespread predictions of the next economic downturn at the