Companies today invest in end-to-end collaboration, agility and resilience to build supply chains that can handle the pressing issues in a volatile world. Yet, however big the challenges in physical or technical infrastructure, supply chains face an equal challenge with people collaborating, making quick decisions and persisting in the face of difficult situations. Companies must reconsider how their supply chains perform and transform to succeed in this new normal. This complimentary webinar explores the critical questions supply chain executives must address to ensure their supply chains can be resilient and innovative amid disruption.
When you think of procurement benchmarking the impact of W. Edward Deming’s quote – “It is wrong to suppose that if you can’t measure it, you can’t manage it – a costly myth” immediately comes to mind.
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Artificial Intelligence offers huge benefits for supply chain managers, but only if it is based on solid fundamentals that consider the scale and dynamics of today’s supply chains.The success of AI in supply chains is heavily dependent on information accuracy, data timeliness, and selection of the correct decision space for AI applications.
BIMCO's Chief Market Analyst, Peter Sand, presents his views on the dry bulk sector for Q1 2019