Sustainability moves into the mainstream
Consumer products companies are prioritizing supply chain to meet consumer demands. Our research identified key areas where consumer products executives can navigate their sometimes contradictory directives to increase sustainability, innovation, and supply chain resiliency, while also remaining competitive by other measures that matter to consumers.
Prioritizing their supply chain to become more sustainable
Manufacturers are prioritizing sustainability efforts to increase competitiveness and product and service innovation. Our research identified key areas where executives can increase sustainability, continue their Industry 4.0 transformation, and improve supply chain resiliency.
Prioritizing sustainability to meet regulatory burden
Utilities firms are prioritizing sustainability efforts to tackle regulatory burden, reduce costs of energy consumption, increase product innovation, and meet customer demands. Our research shows the ability to meet these challenges may determine financial performance and company survival, not to mention creating a more hospitable world for future generations.
Prioritizing sustainability to increase product innovation
Engineering and construction firms are prioritizing sustainability in the supply chain to increase innovation in the products and services they offer and help to reduce the costs of energy consumption. Our research identified key areas where executives can navigate their sometimes contradictory directives to increase sustainability, innovation, and supply chain resiliency.
For resilient supply chains, think local
Pandemics aren’t the only threat to global supply chains. To survive disruption, you need to include suppliers that are close to your customers.Read the article
Five supply chain truths for a post-COVID-19 world
The long, lean, and low-cost global supply chains that dominated the past 30 years will never be the same again. New rules that put a priority on risk are emerging.Read the article