The third article in the series “Analytics vs. Supply Chain Uncertainty deals with predictive analytics – and how it may reduce the uncertainty in your supply chain. Recalling the two definitions of uncertainty presented in the introduction article to this series, uncertainty is either expressed as doubt during decision-making or
Whether you work with IT, compliance or at C-level, you would have heard of the new EU General Data Protection Regulation by now. With the compliance deadline of May 2018 fast approaching, hopefully, you have already started taking necessary steps to prevent your company from incurring massive fines. How do
Let’s start with a question. Do you see risk management as: The responsibility of the Chief Risk Officer, involving a lot of paperwork, and largely a tickbox exercise with no real benefits, but something we have to do; or Everyone’s responsibility, and a chance to have some difficult conversations in
Governments are already using data and analytics in a number of ways to help them become better informed and provide superior services for their citizens. For both central and local governments, an increasing number of back end processing and citizen engagement opportunities are emerging for smart use of artificial intelligence
The unfolding digital economy is delivering on its promises, from deliveries by drones within the hour to selective monitoring of the elderly to provide professional care in the comfort of their home. With these higher service levels come the associated trauma of disruption for those in the delivery process. The
In fast growth markets like the Middle East, supply chain stakeholders are moving quickly to deploy instrumentation for greater visibility and better tracking. The move towards supply chain transparency is a big issue. But how will it be helped or hindered by the proliferation of the Internet of Things (IoT)?