So you want to become CEO? With supply chains' growing ownership of developing digital transformations, carbon reduction initiatives, and upholding its' people, it becomes paramount to understand the rise of supply chain leaders to the coveted CEO position.
Circularity in sourcing is the key to carbon transformations in supply chains. These circular strategies aid any chief procurement officers or sourcing managers looking to accelerate scope 3 carbon solutions.
Digitization and decarbonization of supply chains demands a massive skill upgrade for most existing supply chain organizations, and although demand is overwhelming supply for STEM grads, there is a path to 2030 that CSCO’s can follow.
Responsible supply chains can pull on their digital threads for visibility and a chain of custody from source to user and back to source again—especially as supply chains transition from linear operations to infinite loops.
As manufacturing leaders hurdle towards the next wave of automation, they face persistent questions on how to reskill and upskill their workforce to operate within a new and persistent production environment. This report identifies four critical themes that can help accelerate and smooth this ongoing transition.
While reshoring initiatives are under consideration by many, a practical question remains: what about suppliers? The materials available for reuse and reclaim in our cities are emerging as a sourcing strategy with technology as a super charger.