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Innovation

By Michael Levans · November 12, 2018
Disruption comes in many forms—a new app that hobbles the taxi business, historic weather events that put life on hold, millions of personal files hacked—and seems to be surfacing more often than ever.
By Javad Feizabadi and Apurv Shrivastava · October 30, 2018
AI-enabled demand forecasting is still at a relatively early stage of development.
By Nick Vyas, director of the USC Marshall Center for Global Supply Chain Management · September 5, 2018
A rapidly evolving and increasingly global world poses new challenges for business survival. Supply chain managers who use these four interconnected compass points can navigate these unprecedented challenges and find opportunities for innovation.
WEBCAST
By SCMR Staff · June 6, 2018
New research indicates that few organizations have a process in place to identify and measure the innovation available in their supply base. It doesn't have to be that way. Discover a framework your organization can put in place to identify and measure what your suppliers can bring to the table.
By Bob Trebilcock · May 15, 2018
This is no longer your father’s materials handling industry. Leading suppliers are developing a culture of innovation, leading to new solutions for new challenges.
By Josh Bond · March 28, 2018
Roundtable of industry leaders produces practical – and sometimes counterintuitive – steps to successful supply chain innovation.
By Tingting Yan, Kevin J. Dooley and Thomas Y. Choi · February 28, 2018
Most CPOs understand that the next big innovation is out there, being invented by someone. But, new research indicates that few have a process in place to identify and measure the innovation in their supply base.
By Debabrata Ghosh, Peeyush Mehta, Balram Avittathur and Uttam Sarkar · February 27, 2018
Although India is the world’s 7th largest economy and one of the fastest growing economies on the planet, it lags many developing countries— notably China—on indicators of innovation such as R&D spend and the economic contribution of high-tech manufacturing.
By Patrick Burnson · February 15, 2018
Kenco’s shared its “blueprint” for innovation in an exclusive interview with Supply Chain Management Review.
By MMH Staff · February 5, 2018
Projects to increase competitiveness and energy efficiency of U.S. manufacturing could receive between $250,000 and $2.5 million.
By Ken Cottrill, Global Communications Consultant for the MIT Center for Transportation & Logistics. · January 25, 2018
In 2015, The Economist magazine famously dubbed blockchain technology “the trust machine” owing to its ability to create trust in business networks. This capability resonates strongly in the supply chain world, where a lack of trust is a major obstacle to high-level collaboration.
By Matthias Winkenbach · November 2, 2017
There are lessons about a data-driven approach to last-mile network design and operation from Brazil’s largest online platform.
By Gary Forger · September 1, 2017
Innovation is a funny thing. Just when people write it off because they’ve been waiting too long, it smacks them up the side of the head.
By Gary Forger · September 1, 2017
Jim Rice, deputy director of MIT’s Center for Transportation and Logistics, talks about innovation and its importance to the supply chain.
By Bob Trebilcock · May 9, 2017
Every company considers itself an innovator. It’s time to include materials handling leaders in that category.

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