TOPIC – Future of Supply Chain:
“Advice from Elizabeth Rennie, Editor-in-Chief of ASCM.org”
How to Make the World Better Through Supply Chain
Beethoven’s 9th is considered to be one of the greatest symphonies ever. Not only was it the first to feature the human voice, the words inspired generations of future composers to explore what’s possible. A similar evolution is taking place in the supply chain industry.
“We really believe that supply chain can touch people,” said Elizabeth Rennie, a vocalist with the Charlotte Symphony Orchestra and Editor-In-Chief at the new ASCM. In this article she explains how blockchain firms can benefit from the new ASCM.org. Read article
Future of logistics, supply chain management, freight and manufacturing
Ranked one of the 20 most influential business thinkers alive today, Patrick Dixon explores the future of supply chain and logistics in this compelling speech.
“The barriers are not erected which can say to aspiring talents and industry, thus far and no farther.”
– Ludwig van Beethoven
Blockchain adoption phases in organizations worldwide as of April 2018, by industry
This statistic presents global organizations’ adoption phases for blockchain technology as of April 2018, by industry. According to the survey, the consumer products & manufacturing industry has been the fastest to adopt blockchain technology. Around 74 percent of respondents from the consumer products & manufacturing industry stated that their company was in either the experimentation or the production phase of blockchain development.
Tips and Advice
The graph shows the leading types of paid content distribution methods available to B2B marketers for reaching supply chain markets in North America as of July 2018.
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