The Rise of Supply Chain Viability – Digital Solutions as a Boosting Role

Item Type Monograph (Work Report)
Abstract

The current economic situation and constantly changing market environments and increasing disruptions are putting supply chains world-wide to the test. Factors such as geopolitical tensions, increasing economic pressure & vulnerability, rising environmental and social awareness, and confrontation with ethical factors lead to the need for supply chains to continuously change. To keep supply chains competitive in the future, the concept of supply chain viability is becoming increasingly important. Supply chains need to be resilient and sustainable and at the same time use the potential of digitalization to be able to survive in the long term.

Keywords: Supply chain efficiency; Supply chain livability; Supply chain resilience; Cloud solutions; Circular economy; Cradle to cradle; Sustainability; Bio-Intelligence; Gratuitous use; Public benefit

Authors Hofmann, Erik & Langner, Daniel
Projects Hofmann, Prof. Dr. Erik & Langner, M.Sc. Daniel The Rise of Supply Chain Viability – Digital Solutions as a Boosting Role [applied research project]
Language English
Subjects business studies
HSG Classification contribution to practical use / society
HSG Profile Area SoM - Business Innovation
Date December 2020
Publisher University of St.Gallen
Place of Publication St.Gallen
Series Name Diskussionsbeiträge des Instituts für Supply Chain Management (ISCM-HSG)
Number of Pages 14
ISSN 978-3-033-08320-2
ISSN-Digital 10.13140/RG.2.2.34859.26405
ISBN 978 3 033 08320 2
Depositing User M.Sc. Daniel Langner
Date Deposited 11 Dec 2020 15:14
Last Modified 30 Dec 2020 16:05
URI: https://www.alexandria.unisg.ch/publications/261668

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Hofmann, Erik & Langner, Daniel: The Rise of Supply Chain Viability – Digital Solutions as a Boosting Role. St.Gallen : University of St.Gallen, 2020.

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