Disruption at the Speed of Supply Chain

Disruption at the Speed of Supply Chain

Disruptive technologies will change the supply chain in many profound ways, but none of it will matter if the workforce can't keep up.

The word disruption used to carry a very negative connotation, being synonymous with words like confusion and rupture and chaos. I used to be a school teacher, back in the prehistoric days of my career, and if there's one thing teachers agree on (and there aren't many), it's that keeping a classroom free of disruptions is a good thing.

Today, however, disruption has taken on a whole new set of meanings, being more closely associated with con

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