“While most companies bandy the word digital about, few define it” writes Lora Cecere of Supply Chain Insights, in a post this week discussing the headwinds and tailwinds of digital transformations as applied to procurement and supply chain.
The fact is that we are bombarded with the virtues of “digitization” from service providers and consulting firms.
In this week’s “Must Read”, Lora explores what “digital” really is, and what headwinds and tailwinds must be navigated in order to take advantage of some of those opportunities that “digitization” will likely present:
Dissecting the Headwinds and Tailwinds of Digital Transformation | Lora Cecere, Supply Chain Insights, LLC
OTHER INTERESTING ARTICLES
Five Key Mistakes that Impact Negotiations | Bill Michels, Aripart Consulting
Supply Chains Get Resiliency Test from Harvey and Irma | Inside Supply Management
#Slackification of Procurement Tech | Claudia Roth, UNBLANDEUR
Traditional Workforce Models are Constraining Business Growth — Here’s How Procurement Can Fix It | Andrew Karpie, Spend Matters
Managing Legal Aspects of the Implications of a Hurricane on the Supply Chain | Suzie Trigg, Haynes and Boone
Procurement Reporting – Providing A Window of Opportunities | PASA – Procurement and Supply Australasia
@ THE ART OF PROCUREMENT
I don’t mention this enough, but we are always interested in publishing practitioner-focused guest posts on the Art of Procurement. If you have a story to tell, or experience to share, let us know!
Earlier this week, ISM and THOMASNET.com launched their 2017 30 Under 30 recognition program. This is a great program that recognizes and rewards emerging talent in the procurement and supply chain space. If there is anyone on your team that you feel is worthy of a nomination, check out the press release below:
Have a great weekend!