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Innovating the supply chain - Raconteur supplement in The Times newspaper

CIPS 10 December 2019

 

Being innovative also means
challenging the status quo and
to keep challenging it.

Being innovative also means challenging the status quo and to keep challenging it.

 

Being innovative also means
challenging the status quo and
to keep challenging it.

Over 60 per cent of consumers want greater flexibility for deliveries, while still being fast, but how is tech helping to improve efficiency and sustainability?

The Innovating the Supply Chain special report, published in The Times, explores how the industry is tackling its biggest concerns from sustainability to talent recruitment. It examines why end-to-end autonomy may not always be desirable and five leading examples of sustainable practice in the supply chain.

It also looks at how lack of awareness, diversity issues, and working patterns are contributing factors holding the supply chain industry back in employee recruitment and retention. Also featured is an infographic looking at consumer delivery demands for online shopping and how technology can make the process more seamless, efficient and within budget.

Malcolm Harrison, Group CEO, CIPS, "Be swift of foot, constantly question and challenge the way things have always been done."

Read Malcolm Harrison's opinion piece and the supplement online.

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