New Whitepaper Release

New Report Release

Globalization has transformed the economies of countless countries. It has also transformed business – how it’s conducted, where it’s conducted, and by whom. The transformation has touched the very structure of the enterprise as well as the nature and definition of economic “value.” Emblematic of the change has been the emergence of the Globally Integrated Enterprise (GIE), which refers to companies that are truly “global” (as opposed to “multinational”) in their management and their operations, utilizing  global supply chains not just for products, but also services, capital, ideas and intellectual property. As at previous inflection points in history, we need a new language – and new thinking – to harness the promise of this new era for society and avoid the peril that can arise in periods of change.


New Research Shows Blockchain Speeds Product Development for Mobile Operators

The Digital Supply Chain Institute (DSCI), in partnership with Aricent and the Bitfury Group, today announced the results of pilot projects that demonstrate blockchain technology can deliver products 34 percent faster.   Read more

Supply Chain Bets on Blockchain Benefits

Blockchain is a big topic of conversation, particularly among bitcoin aficionados. Distributed ledger technology, as blockchain is also called, boasts good security and a lot of promise. Supply chain professionals are bullish on the potential of the technology to give organizations who use it a competitive edge. Read more

African Women Entrepreneurship Cooperative launches, calls for applicants

US-based non-profit the Centre for Global Enterprise (CGE) has launched a new training programme dedicated to African women entrepreneurs, with applications now open to the inaugural edition of the African Women Entrepreneurship Cooperative (AWEC). Read more


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