Discussion Topics:1.Key drivers affecting how we organize supply chain.2.The challenges leaders must overcome in order to change.3.Five organizational design strategies to implement successful change.
Due to advances in technology, the transport sector is going through a major change – from smart ticketing, payments and information, to new multimodal mobility initiatives and autonomous vehicles, it really is an exciting time to be in the transport sector. But what is the actual future of transport? A panel of thought-leading experts from Transport Focus, International Transport Forum and Multi Modal Transport Solutions, discuss this and much more in the Intelligent Transport Conference webinar
Supply chain planning has never been more complicated. Between an explosion in demand signals from POS, CRM and social media and an increase in the number of functional planners, custom applications and segmentation of processes, traditional S&OP processes are struggling to keep up. Join A.T. Kearney partner Michael Hu for a discussion on how Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) and Robotic Process Automation (RPA) are emerging as new tools that can lead to breakthroughs in supply chain planning.
Transportation Marketing and Sales Association
In today’s ultra-competitive global transportation market, it’s imperative that you (as a transportation solution provider) know exactly who you’re selling to. This may sound simple, but it isn’t easy.Focusing your message and value proposition on the correct buyers is more difficult than ever. Each year, the transportation industry suddenly changes. In the past, freight purchasing decisions were left to one buyer (often the dock or warehouse employee), and we focused our selling time there. However, as companies seek total supply chain solutions, they require several new “buyers” into the once simple decision making process.