eng
About   |   Newsletter
Demand & Supply Chain Management Evolution


Supply Chain Insight


In order to refine your search you can select/change your language of interest. You can browse the selection or filter it by keywords. At any time you can change filters or language.


Language Filter
Keyword:        


Machine intelligence and human creativity in supply chain planning

I am reading this absolutely fascinating book “Deep Thinking: Where machine intelligence ends and human creativity begins” by Garry Kasparov, former world chess champion. As the title suggests, in this book Kasparov shares a highly provocative point of view on artificial intelligence and its implications for the human race, with the backdrop of his 1997 loss in a highly publicized chess match up against IBM’s chess computer Deep Blue. The book did make me reflect on my own experiences and views on the division of labor between the machines and human supply chain planners.

Much has been written and said about how machine intelligence is impactin


  >>
16 - 20 of 453


22 Jan 2020
How Should Planners Measure S&OE Success?
 

Remember when you were in school? No matter the class, every term you got a syllabus for each class that laid out when exams, quizzes, and term papers were all due? Then you set about working each syllabus into your own personal calendar, with short-term items like quizzes, mid-range ones like exams

 
Jesse Kelber
Flexis

21 Jan 2020
Cross Functional Planning as a Way of (Business) Life
 

Remember the good old days when planning was something you did once a quarter just to make sure your annual plans were still on track? We don’t live in that world anymore. Today’s complex, global, customer-driven world requires all companies to be agile and responsive to constantly chang

 
Victoria Brown - Supply Chain
BlueYonder

21 Jan 2020
How to get your supply chain ready for the future of transport
 

New technology and power sources could revolutionise logistics In retail, much is made of the demand for flexible and even same-day delivery. However, this sector isn’t alone, with the need to find cost-effective solutions and new efficiencies evident throughout the logistics and supply cha

 
Unipart Logistics
Unipart Logistics

16 Jan 2020
Is Your ERP Strategy Industry 4.0-ready?
 

Most prognosticators have pretty much agreed that Industry 4.0 is going to radically change the world of manufacturing through big data, cyber-physical systems, and internet of things (IoT) integration—but not everyone agrees on exactly what this new paradigm is really going to look like. This

 
Brian Hoey
flexis

15 Jan 2020
Around the curve: 2020 automotive industry predictions
 

With the pace of change in the automotive industry as of late, making any predictions seems a bold move. It’s hard to imagine what the next twelve months and beyond hold for an industry facing seemingly non-stop innovation. But in 2020, I expect we’ll see this pace of innovation continue

 
Manda Schweitzer-Miller
kinaxis


16 - 20 of 453




 
           Circular Economy     Industry 4.0     Blockchain 

     Internet of Things     Omni Channel 


Join us on


News & Trends
 

Last update 7 Feb 2020
Global Manufacturing PMI at nine-month high in January
   Source: J.P.Morgan Global Manufacturing PMI   -  IHS Markit



Chemicals & Pharmaceuticals

Even industries driven by the strictest safety and environmental regulations are capable of reducing their costs. Our solutions improve each phase of the chemical logistics supply chain, to increase your supply chain performance, improve predictability and mitigate potential problems before they arise. B...


Deloitte Global Chief Procurement Officer Survey 2019: Faced With Economic and Trade Threats, CPOs Pressured to Cut Costs

Key takeaways The complex role of the chief procurement officer (CPO) now faces emerging economic and political risks in every direction they turn — and they feel pressured to cut costs along the way. This year&...

   

Education
 

Local & Regional Agenda
 


Resources
 
HOYER: Future-Proofs System for Managing Intermodal Rail, Road, and Sea Transport to Meet High Growth Potential

HOYER is an independent family enterprise that dates back to 1946, and which has become one of the world’s leading bulk-logistics providers, offering comprehensive transport services and complex logistics soluti...

Sharing Supply Chain Data in the Digital Era

Companies can use a digital marketplace to transform supply chain dynamics within their own units.Effectively managing and coordinating supply chains will increasingly require new approaches to data transparency and coll...


International Agenda