To maintain competitiveness, companies need to recalibrate their strategies toward ethical behavior and operations. One powerful tool: supply chain sustainability, which can help balance the goals of profitability and social and environment stewardship.
A vast majority of executives believe that supply chain risk management is important, but only a small group of companies are employing practices that enable them to generate a significant risk management ROI.
The old model of market lifecycles is gone. Today’s market lifecycles are characterized by violent success and then dramatic decline—a shark fin, not a bell curve. Competing requires using digital technology to gain organizational agility, enable innovation and drive profitable growth.
Workforce of the Future
Digital is about cold efficiency and doing away with the human touch. Right? Wrong. Technology is making the work experience—and the workforce—more democratic, more networked, more human.
To compete successfully, companies need to break out and leverage an ecosystem that offers new sources of innovation. How? Enter the bridge-maker—connecting multiple organizations, fueling breakthroughs at scale.
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