The Business World is Transforming
  • By 2025 the worth of the Internet of Things will be $6.2 trillion.
  • The sharing economy will reach $330 billion by 2025.
  • For people starting their education, 65% will enter the workforce into jobs that don’t exist today.
  • The average tenure on the S&P 500 is dropping. Only 25% of the companies in 2012 will remain by 2023.
  • Automation and robotic usage will grow 2,000% from 2015-2030 amounting to $190 Billion market.
  • 86% of global CEO’s are championing digital transformation of their companies.
  • By 2025, half of world’s companies with revenues exceeding $1 billion will be headquartered in today’s emerging markets.
  • By 2018, the data created by the Internet of Things will reach 403 zettabytes a year.
  • By 2030 the population will be over 8 billion people and 50% of Global GDP growth will come 440 cities in emerging markets.
  • By 2030 more than 30% of workforce will be older than 55 in developed countries.

Podcast: Supply Chain – from Process to Integrated Performer

Podcast: Supply Chain – from Process to Integrated Performer
12/11/2017, MSS Staff , in Operational Transformation

This Podcast discusses supply chain the transformation point of view. Specifically, we are considering what organizations can do to ensure that their supply chain is adaptable and able to absorb disruptive forces. We exist in volatile and uncertain times with high variability that can have massively disrupting impacts. How does a leader prepare and transform its organization to thrive in such an environment?

Dr. Greg Grindey heads the Public Sector Solutions Department at LLamasoft, Inc. overseeing projects in the military, Government, and Global Health spheres. He joined LLamasoft in October, 2008 after working for the previous 6 years at Northrop Grumman, and has worked for the past fourteen years as a senior analyst for the United States Transportation Command at Scott Air Force Base, Illinois, first under the Strategy, Policy, Programs, and Logistics directorate (J5/4), and most recently with the Joint Distribution Process Analysis Center (JDPAC).

Sr. Director of Planning & Procurement at Katerra, Heather Tammelleo is an APICS Certified Supply Chain Professional and S&OP certificate holder, and a graduate of Arizona State University. She has nearly 15 years of progressively responsible supply chain experience across a number of organizations and industries. Throughout her supply chain career, Heather has focused on development of meaningful metrics that drive organizational focus and action. Among these are inventory management, customer fill rates, forecast accuracy, etc.  Additionally, she is an experienced leader in driving the development and implementation of, and continuous improvements to Sales & Operations Planning (S&OP) processes.

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MSS Staff

MSS Business Transformation provides valuable resources for business leaders that seek to transform their operations. By sharing our collective expertise on concepts and strategies, we help leaders identify, clarify, and prioritize their specific transformational needs.  We inspire change from concepts to strategies.

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