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Inflation Fizzles: Three Supply Chain Trends That Will Ease Cost Pressure

The Signal
While automation, regionalization, and digitization are slow coming and are not likely to influence monetary policy much now, supply chain strategists everywhere are developing them as strategies to build resilience.
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Digital Transformation Is 80% Strategy and 20% Technology

The Signal
Digital transformations are targeting business model transformation and sustainability as top priorities, says Boston Consulting Group. Prose and Deere show how tech not only creates enterprise value, but also enables sustainability.
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COVID and the End of China as Factory to the World 

The Signal
Two megatrends have been gradually reshaping supply chain strategy for the last two decades: the digitization of demand, and climate change. But as powerful as these forces are, the pace of change has been glacial. COVID, China, and the great “supply chain crisis” of the last few years may be the final straw. The world is “reshoring” manufacturing, but it is also staying in China for the long run.
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COP27 Fail and What Supply Chain Leaders Should Do About It 

The Signal
Political leaders will not be our climate change saviors, as demonstrated by the disappointing outcomes of COP27. Instead, we should turn to supply chain leaders, who obsess over measurement and simply can’t resist a target.
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Stress Test Your Digital Roadmap for Resilience and Recovery 

The Signal
As we approach the end of a challenging year, building resiliency into digital roadmaps is a top priority for organizations. But how will the investments made now fare once growth picks back up? Now more than ever, digital roadmaps should focus on enabling operational agility.
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COP27: Cooperation Is the Path to Renewable Energy 

The Signal
Kicking off COP27, former Vice President Al Gore described the need for private sector financing of renewable energy investments to usher in a “sustainability revolution” worldwide. Supply chain leaders can drive this investment with industry cooperation as the key to overcoming structural hurdles.
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