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Supply Chain Frontiers Issue #63
Mar 13, 2017
THE LEADING EDGE

Automating Supply Chain Resilience Should Be High on Your Digital Agenda
Companies have succeeded in making their supply chains more resilient, but the rise of digital supply chains brings new challenges that require different approaches to resiliency.

Cross-Functional Integration in an Engineer-to-Order Supply Chain

New research on managing supplies of spare parts that are critical to engineering projects in harsh environments could help companies to forecast the demand for parts with more accuracy.

Developing a Clearer Picture of Supply Chain Transparency
In response to the increasing demand for supply chain transparency, the food service industry is developing innovative ways to track product and proactively manage disruptions.

UPDATES

Three Continents: One Master’s Program
Scholarships Available for Master in Logistics and Supply Chain Management
Benny Mantin appointed Director of LCL
How Will Materials Science and Digital Disruption Reshape Supply Chains? Find Out at Crossroads 2017
MISI Inaugurating MIT-Global SCALE Roundtable Forum
C.H. Robinson and MISI Collaborating on Internet of Things Research

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Supply Chain Frontiers # 63 Presentations 2016
Supply Chain Frontiers # 63 Publications 2016

MIT SUPPLY CHAIN FRONTIERS Issue #62, Winter 2016

Editor: Ken Cottrill