Lassoing S&OP

Supply Chain Shaman

Forge New Directions for Supply Chain 2030. In this session, we will look forward to global trade in 2030 as we explore the tensions between nationalism and globalization and the role of China/India in Supply Chain 2030.

S&OP 227

Lassoing S&OP

Supply Chain Shaman

Forge New Directions for Supply Chain 2030. In this session, we will look forward to global trade in 2030 as we explore the tensions between nationalism and globalization and the role of China/India in Supply Chain 2030.

S&OP 212

Cognitive Computing: Getting Clear on Definitions

Supply Chain Shaman

Forge New Directions for Supply Chain 2030. In this session, we will look forward to global trade in 2030 as we explore the tensions between nationalism and globalization and the role of China/India in Supply Chain 2030. No doubt about it.

Reflections, Thank-you(s) and Rethinking the Future

Supply Chain Shaman

As I presented on Supply Chain 2030, I shared the research on balance sheet performance, and provided the insights on why I believe 90% of organizations failed in the delivery of supply chain excellence at the balance sheet level.

Late Night Thoughts on Productivity, Efficiency and Global Supply Chain Effectivness

Supply Chain Shaman

We also confirmed the return of Tom Bonkenburg of St Onges, a leading expert on robotics and autonomous vehicles along with Gita Gopinath, a leading economist from Harvard on China and India to speak on Globalization versus Nationalism and the impact on Supply Chain 2030. It is late.

Global 117

China’s Historic Silk Road is Resurrected from the Rubble

Elementum

Ancient records show that the route stretched from Chan’an, China (present-day Xian) in the far east, through India, Persia, Arabia, and — by its sea routes — as far as Europe’s Mediterranean coasts. In 2013, President Xi Jin Ping introduced an initiative to construct a modern-day equivalent of the Silk Road as part of the country’s 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

China 89

Top 10 Supply Chain Innovations of 2018

Material Handling & Logistics

The retail giant plans to take out 50 million metric tons (MMT) by 2030, which is equivalent to the emissions associated with the average annual electricity consumption of 40 million Chinese households. Over 400 suppliers in China, India, the U.S.

Walmart Says It Can Reduce Emissions in China by 50 Million Tons

Material Handling & Logistics

Last week the company announced that it will take out 50 million metric tons (MMT) by 2030 which is equivalent to the emissions associated with the average annual electricity consumption of 40 million Chinese households. Over 400 suppliers in China, India, the U.S.