Supply Chain Digital Transformation: Springing Forward or Spinning in Circles?

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Management’s recently conducted “Study of Logistics and Transportation Trends” suggest there’s been a general shift toward firms opting to follow instead of taking a leadership role

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Christopher A. Boone
Assistant Professor of Supply Chain Management
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Karl B. Manrodt
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Mary Collins Holcomb
Associate Professor
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Michael Levans
Group Editorial Director

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Digitalization of logistics and supply chain operations involves a host of technologies that offer the promise of a connected network that has access to real-time, end-to-end visibility. Yet, when characterizing their company’s digital transformation efforts, respondents to Logistics Management’s recently conducted “Study of Logistics and Transportation Trends” suggest there’s been a general shift toward firms opting to follow instead of taking a leadership role.

Given the number of available and emerging digital solutions capable of transforming and improving our operations, why are many firms still spinning their wheels instead of driving forward?

Our keynote speakers set out to answer this question by sharing the findings of this year’s survey and offer tips for kicking your digital transformation into overdrive.

Join this webinar and:

How performance, strategy and visibility are driving digital transformation

What elements are holding most firms back from executing a digital strategy

How to play a role in charting and kick-starting your digital direction