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11/04/2019
This is the first in a series of reports detailing the key findings from IGD’s supply chain leaders global survey. The survey collected responses from supply chain personnel around the world, providing insight on leading supply chains. This introductory report outlines the purpose of the research, provides context for the focus areas, introduces five attributes for success and explores how these can be exhibited by a leading supply chain and a supply chain leader.
04/04/2019
The ability to adapt quickly to change increasingly defines business success. This report details how an agile mindset and ways of working can deliver better outcomes in shorter time frames across the value chain.
27/03/2019
With almost a quarter of 2019 already behind us, this report rounds up the key supply chain themes that have emerged and the insight we've produced in Q1.
20/03/2019
This case study focuses on how SPAR International used best practice and expertise from its global operations and applied it to develop a modern centralised distribution centre for its new business in Saudi Arabia.
27/02/2019
See how some of the world’s leading businesses, including Coca-Cola, Walmart, Facebook, Amazon and more are building digital skills and capabilities that are fit for the future.
16/01/2019
In this short report, we take a look at how last year's trends have progressed, and how they’re likely to develop going forward.
10/01/2019
The forces that will shape food and grocery supply chains in the year to come.
10/10/2018
Greencore won the IGD Learning and Development Award in 2018 for Grow with Greencore, its online learning platform. In this case study, we explore how Greencore invested in its people to transform its culture and improve engagement.
03/10/2018
Despite the likely reduction of people and a broadening of supply chain roles, face-to-face communication remains vital. We’ve engaged the global food and grocery supply chain community to uncover what people expect from their business relationships both now and in the future. This is the third and final report in the series.
19/09/2018
We’ve engaged the global food and grocery supply chain community to uncover what people expect from their business relationships both now and in the future. The second part of this three-part series looks at what gets in the way of building and maintaining effective relationships, focusing on internal politics, drivers of behaviour and how alternative approaches may improve outcomes.