Reading might seem like a luxury sometimes, but ideas and innovation can come from a variety of inspiring sources. From Elon Musk to TED Talks, here are five books sure to stimulate the minds of supply chain professionals.
Manufacturing might be moving all over the world but now production facilities are popping up in the most remote parts of the globe. Hear about why manufacturers are setting up shop in places like northern Russia and what challenges they bring.
From self-ordering inks to push-button detergent delivery, new technology is changing the way we buy goods. What might these innovations in the consumer space bring to the business world?
Gap, one of the most prominent heritage brands, is moving into the world of fast fashion. The shift, from ordering a whole season’s worth of inventory at a time, to rotating small batches every six weeks will be tremendously challenging. Gap will face this challenge, though, with a secret weapon: network technology.