2017 was an exciting year for the innovation and optimization of businesses’ value chains; especially supply chain management. Supply chains — in general — reaped the benefits of technological advancements, and have begun to create a culture of acceptance for digital transformation.
In the spirit of C.S. Lewis it seems things are trending, “Onward and Upward. To Narnia and the North.” To Narnia and the North I will soon take you, my beloved readers.
But, in the spirit of Kodiak Community, I must ceremoniously reflect on the rollercoaster of a year that has been, 2017.
Russia hacked; Trump was inaugurated; Press secretaries were fired, then hired, then fired, then hired, then fired (you get it); Women Marched around the world; Kim Jong-un played with his missiles; France elected Macron; Tragedies struck Manchester and Las Vegas, but love defeated hate; The moon eclipsed the sun; Verizon bought Yahoo; “Des-paaa-cito”; Massive investments were dumped into tech (ML, AI, IoT); and all everyone got the wake-up call they needed #metoo.
As the days continue to fall off the calendar, 2017’s experiences form into tomorrow’s influences. A memory of the good and bad that every year brings us on this little galactic fleck we call earth.
Now lets try and hypothesize what in the hell next year will bring…
Here is: 8 Supply Chain Trends changing your Business in 2018! (eBook)