In 1996, I joined financial services company GE Capital Services (GEC) in a Master Black Belt role, helping implement Lean Six Sigma practices.
Your company’s performance is most likely becoming more dependent.
Distributors are constantly challenged to streamline processes.
As global supply chain leaders, likely at some point within our career, we will lead our organization through some type of transformation.
Supply chain executives have some tough decisions to make in the year ahead as they face increased pressure to deliver product faster than ever before.
With cyber threats on the rise, the question isn’t really if you’ll get hacked – it’s how you’ll respond when it happens.
Our work in supply chain is changing rapidly as we implement new technology. Our leadership challenge as CIOs and IT leaders is not only to describe what the new technology will do. but also to help people understand how their jobs will change.
Several global megatrends are driving opportunities for companies. Changing demographics encompassing a move toward urbanization with a surging middle class concentrated in urban areas and aging populations. ; energy availability and resources.
Today’s cloud providers and data centers continue to push technology to new heights.
One system can easily diminish any gaps that may occur when information exists across multiple systems.
Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) are already transforming the global supply chain, an industry known for being resistant to change. Just as APIs have overhauled other industries, bringing us the most dynamic, cloud SaaS.