Economist Impact Webinar
To keep pace with customer expectations and manage trade uncertainty, many companies and industries are under immense pressure to modernise their supply chains. Technology is one of the main factors making supply chains smarter and more resilient, with new tools and techniques helping factories, warehouses, distribution centres and delivery systems adapt to uncertainty and protect against global disruptions. As supply chains begin to incorporate digital and autonomous links that require no human intervention, the processes, interdependencies, priorities and gaps involved are becoming more visible. That greater visibility can allow businesses to anticipate supply-chain risks and mitigate the operational and financial disruptions they entail.
A webinar presented by Economist Impact, part of the Economist Group.
Senior advisor, global supply chains, InterSystems
Chief supply chain officer, Mondelēz International
Chief Supply Chain Officer, BIC
Chief supply chain officer and corporate senior vice-president, Henkel
Moderator: Henry Tricks - Schumpeter columnist, The Economist
- What are the most troublesome disruptions that supply-chain leaders currently face? What is the optimal way for those leaders to manage the disruptions so they can deliver on customer expectations and commercial imperatives?
- How can supply-chain leaders mitigate risks while reducing costs and becoming more adaptive in an uncertain business environment?
- What new tools and technologies show the greatest promise in allowing companies to manage disruptions and maintain business continuity?
- How can service, cost, agility and inventory levels be improved by digitalising and modernising supply chains?
- Looking to the future, how can supply chains be made more resilient and responsive?
- Hear from experts and peers, Chief supply chain officers, on how they are tackling supply chain uncertainties
- Put your own questions to the panel ahead of the session, to ensure your most vital pain points are spoken to
- Take just an hour out of your day to hear fresh perspectives, and gain new ideas that you can be actioned in your own supply chains;
- Have an up-close look into supply chain management in other companies and industries;
- Get to know the latest tools and technologies available to mitigate risks, reduce costs and satisfy customers in a changing business landscape.