Tag: supply chains Filter Filter by All Automation Blog Creativity Data E-Commerce Future Innovation Leadership Management Media Metaverse Purpose Sustainability Trends Videos close Christopher Mims: building supply chains for a sustainable future By Adam Tinworth Supply chains are invisible - until they stop working. The NEXT–Show interview with the author of Arriving Now explored how they might reshape our business future. Why marketers need to love systems thinking By Adam Tinworth The post-pandemic age of uncertainty has opened up a new, more complex world for marketers. You need systems thinking in your toolbox to survive and thrive. Welcome to the new age of scarcity By Adam Tinworth The age of abundance is over. As supply chains bend and break, and energy prices soar, your business needs to re-engineer its systems to thrive amid scarcity. New webs of relationships By Martin Recke This year's trend report from Fjord is all about the relationships that form the fabric of our life. It's time to design new systems. Why high energy prices means no beer By Adam Tinworth If you love beer and sausages, you should be worrying about supply chains. Because the systems that supply our food (and drink) are more complex than you might expect… The supply shock, its cause, and the shift to sustainability By Matthias Schrader The chip crisis is the first climate disaster-related shortage on a civilization-wide, global scale. But it's just the tip of a massive supply shock wave. Payal Arora: How do we put the human in the global value chains? By Adam Tinworth The pandemic has proved we need to rethink the global value chains. But how can we do that until we acknowledge the systemic problems with the old approach? Coronavirus: a globalisation inflection point? By Adam Tinworth COVID-19 and the climate crisis have put a sudden brake on the rush towards globalisation. Can we create a new vision of global business amongst these crises? iBeacons and supply chains: making the physical digital By Adam Tinworth Two talks exploring the interface between the digital and the physical, from supply chains to the last few feet.