Alibaba, Amazon, AirBnB, Uber, and others, have proven the unmatched superiority of the multi-party, real-time network model over traditional hub and spoke type relations.How can these same models be applied to your supply chain? Can you leverage the same leap in innovation and value creation that these networks leveraged in the consumer world?
Transportation Marketing and Sales Association
The transportation and logistics industry is currently confronting dramatic change - which brings both risk and opportunity. Driving factors range from new technologies and new market entrants to new customer expectations and new business models. There are many opportunities and solutions those in the industry can develop to meet evolving challenges - some evolutionary, others more revolutionary.
With supply chains spanning the globe, the shipping and warehousing industries face many challenges — especially when it comes to pest control. Their multiple locations and large inventories mean a pest infestation can affect all legs of the supply chain process. If product and supplies become infested, companies can suffer lasting blows to their reputation and bottom line. That’s why pest prevention and control should be top of mind. And the most effective way to combat pest problems is to implement an Integrated Pest Management (IPM) plan that involves ongoing maintenance and a partnership between employees and pest management professionals.
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.