Operations and Supply chain, COO
Data-driven insights harvested from predictive analytics and the Internet of Things (IoT) power entirely new supply chain and operational models.
Exploring quantum computing use cases for manufacturing
Quantum computing is expected to help develop breakthrough products and services that will disrupt and redefine manufacturing. Chemical discovery, product development, and process optimization are among the manufacturing areas likely to witness major innovations with quantum computing. Early adopters have the opportunity to lock in advantages that will be enormously difficult to challenge.
AI is playing an essential role in innovative supply chain transformations.
A cadre of forward-thinking COOs are leading the way in virtually every aspect of process innovation —from vision and value creation to execution and impact.
Intelligent machines are transforming the way humans interact with and benefit from technology, and the way businesses operate.
This study identifies how the most prosperous digital companies use the power of AI-driven operating models, including six key strategies.
When used to re-engineer core processes and workflows, artificial intelligence, automation, blockchain and the IoT can help reinvent the procurement function.
Chemicals organizations need an end-to-end view of suppliers, manufacturing and customers. This requires clear strategy, new capabilities and a data foundation.
Our 2018 annual report shows that an increasingly data-driven economy is transforming global value chains and driving participation of different geographies.
The modern supply chain ecosystem requires a new mindset and a new breed of experts.
This 2017 annual report outlines trends in corporate location selection and how global dynamics influence where companies expand and create jobs around the world.