10 Ideas for More Efficient & Productive Warehouse Operations


Boston Consulting Group research shows 1.2 Accenture predicts the value created by the IIoT could reach as high as $15 trillion by 2030, paving the way for more efficient, productive, and intelligent industrial warehouse operations. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, tripping, falling, and slipping account for the majority of “general industry accidents.”

Globalization? Or Globaloney?

Supply Chain Insights

On his twitter feed this week he dropped the stats that “While Asia will have over half of worlds megacities (city >10m ppl) by 2030, Africa’s urbanization is skyrocketing” and “Of 8,000 British companies, 96% had no foreign-lang speakers.

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No Easter Bunny?

Supply Chain Shaman

Dear Supply Chain Leader, Today, sitting in my seat in 11K on a Cathay Pacific flight between Hong Kong and Boston, I want to report that there is no Easter Bunny. The overarching theme is to Imagine Supply Chain 2030.

Smart Mobility Projects: Shaping the Future of Logistics


Estimates project that by 2030, 60% of the planet’s population will live in cities—up from around 50% today. Boston outlined a project for “radically programmable” city streets where dynamic markings can change areas from loading zones to thoroughfares depending on the time of day and season.

Artificial Intelligence: From Pioneers to Passives

Enterra Insights

Evelyn Cheng ( @chengevelyn ) reports a new study from the McKinsey Global Institute asserts, “AI could deliver $13 trillion in additional global economic activity by 2030, putting its contributions to growth on par with the introduction of other transformative technologies such as the steam engine.”[1] Artificial intelligence (AI) has become a routine topic of discussion in newspapers, journals, and magazines as well as on television.

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Human/Machine Collaboration in the Workplace

Enterra Insights

According to tradition, in 1775, Paul Revere rode from Boston to surrounding areas hollering, “The redcoats are coming! However, ‘while there may be enough work to maintain full employment to 2030 under most scenarios, the transitions will be very challenging — matching or even exceeding the scale of shifts out of agriculture and manufacturing we have seen in the past.'”

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