In an ever-changing context, the future of the supply chain includes the digitalisation of processes, the internationalisation of exchanges and a strategic vision for companies seeking to diversify and optimise their supply sources.
Taking on the current popular opinion, global supply chains will resume normal operations once the majority of the world has fully recovered from the epidemic is not entirely accurate. The world has fundamentally altered, and supply chains will continue to confront difficulties for many years to come.
Many students feel strongly about caring about the climate change, but don’t know what to do about it or where to start to get involved with sustainability. Many of them feel hopeless or frustrated—and for good reason. Worrying about a planet on fire – with ongoing crises of all kinds – has become mainstream. 91 […]
EMLV graduate from the class of 2003, today Charles Mathey is director of marketing and communication at Bansard International, a freight forwarding and overseas logistics company. After 7 years in health communication, Charles entered the world of logistics as a 360-degree marketing and communication expert. Having specialised in Sales and Marketing, he is now forging […]
Supply chain risk management is becoming a primary procurement issue, especially when firms risk losing millions due to supply disruptions, cost volatility, non-compliance fines, and incidents that could potentially harm them in the long run. All of the following risks could have the potential to cost any firm plenty in sales and operation, that’s why […]
Logistics and supply chain management are parts of a vast sector that includes shipping, packing, and distribution, among other things. And with the number of technological advances impacting it, the sector has drastically evolved during the last few decades to what it is today, but what about where it started and came to be?
The logistics and supply chain management environments are in a constant state of flux. There’s a constant need to watch for trends, discuss challenges, and exchange ideas on best practices, which makes the workplace overall less of a routine. And with professionals increasingly being asked to drive change outside their daily responsibilities, they are becoming […]
Going into management is not everyone’s cup of tea, let alone the logistical and technical part that requires real brainwork and a growth mindset that doesn’t give up. And supply chain management in particular has shown to be one of the few fields that experienced growth even during times of great recession, pandemic, and conflicts, […]