Inga Rós Gunnarsdóttir
Operations engineer with working experience in Master Data from L’Oréal Denmark and as an Executive Chairman. With an academic background consisting of MSc. in Product Development and Innovation, specialised in Global Supply Chain Development and BSc. In Engineering Management. She possesses both technical understanding as well as operational, which enhances her ability to implement solutions that optimally combine, process technologies, production and supply chain solutions within a complex and turbulent market environment. She also possesses knowledge on how to link the product design to the Supply Chain, to generate a competitive advantage for the total Value Chain.
Disruption happens fast. Your organisation can go from hero to zero in an amazingly short time if your competition finds a new market before you. If you are selling commodity services in a stagnant market, you might well be raking in large amounts of cash every month – but you are not growing. You are most likely in decline and the only thing to do is to invest in innovation. But think fast, else your competitors will do it before you!
We at CoreMotif have put together a list of Future Supply Chain Trends we think companies should keep an eye on. The future of Supply Chain Management provides companies with the opportunity to transform their processes into a competitive advantage, on that note, the key thing today is innovation. If companies do not keep an eye out for the newest Supply Chain trends, such as, Real Time Data Visibility or Block Chains, they might find themselves disrupted out of the market, or even worse - out of business.