The modern definition of global trade management has expanded and includes supply chain finance and logistics.
Bridges is where global supply chain executives gather to learn supply chain best practices, share insights, and network with industry innovators.
Innovation, digital transformation, and the future of supply chain management were some of the top trends at the Gartner Supply Chain Executive Conference.
This report examines how rising protectionist attitudes in developed economies and governmental policies might change during the times ahead.
Concepts around supply chain networks like "digital ecosystems" present new ways to orchestrate across global value chains.
By leveraging real-time information and better visibility, the Uber business model solves many supply chain logistics problems.
Disruptive technologies, social responsibility, and changes in consumer demand are reshaping the future of supply chain management.
The extent to which big data, analytics, AI, and machine learning are taking over industries as diverse as marketing and supply chain is eye-opening.
The world's most successful brands rely on their supply chain leaders to manage and execute the difficult behind the scenes jobs.
Global supply chains across multiple industries need to quickly adapt to shifting demographics and increasingly informed consumers.
The growing uncertainty around global trade spotlights the threat of disruption and how trade policies can critically impact supply chains.
Having deeper visibility into the supply chain enables companies to proactively respond to disruptions and manage risk.
Businesses must use supply chain data strategically in order to discover new ways to drive business value and remain competitive.
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