To date, more than 75,000 people have been infected and 2,000 have died, but the coronavirus is spreading far beyond the current health crisis. A large number of companies are undergoing major disruptions and restrictions in their logistical organizations with serious implications for the global economy.
Let's look at two closely related topics, Supply Chain and Sustainable Development, to understand their interdependence and compatibility. What extensions can we make of sustainable development, an unavoidable current topic of our time, in our field of predilection: Supply Chain? An essential association? Fashionable effect? What is the future and what impact will it have on our businesses? Here are some elements of answer ...
New year, new resolutions... This year, we suggest that you put aside these often unfulfilled commitments and focus on improving our daily lives! Spending as little time as possible on daily tasks is everyone's challenge in order to free up quality time and be able to devote it to activities that we consider more rewarding.
Driven by the emergence of e-commerce, competition in the consumer goods market today is fiercer than ever. In a context where the consumer wants to be delivered faster, anywhere, anytime and by any means, omnichannel is the solution to avoid over-promising and under-delivering! But finally, what is omnichannel?
Investments in Blockchain technology are expected to more than double between 2017 and 2018 to reach $2.1 billion worldwide, and even increase tenfold by 2021, peaking at $9.7 billion. Assuming that these high-flying estimates are correct, it seemed appropriate for us to look more closely at a technology that intrigues by the upheavals that it bodes for the supply chain professions.
Today is November 15, 2032. I open my eyes and face a new world. Lavoisier seems to be still relevant. Nothing has been lost, nothing has been created, but everything has been transformed. Or rather, everything has evolved.
Soon your custom Stan Smith or Air Jordan pair delivered in 24 hours? For decades, designing sneakers has been done the same way. From design to sale, we have yet to experience a revolution that has reversed market trends. Get ready, it's not going to last.