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Skills Supply Chain Leaders Will Need to Manage the Digital Supply Chain

In today’s world, (almost) everything can be done with the snap of your fingers. Bored? You can simply put on your television to watch the latest movie or plug in your headphones to listen to that newly-released jam. You are probably reading this with your phone or macbook or posting information on your social media …

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Why Global Leaders Should Create Sustainable Supply Chain Policies

Between July 2019 and March 2020, Australia experienced a wildfire that has been termed as one of the worst disasters in modern history. About 1.25 billion animals were affected and more than 46 million acres were scorched. The economic damage is still unfathomable: insurers have received claims worth A$240m, and medical bills from the fires …

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Demystifying Insurgency and the Boko Haram Supply Chain in Nigeria

Over the course of the last few months, I have been quite interested in the supply chain that embodies Nigeria. It is quite interesting that Nigeria is the largest and the most populous black country in the world as it is estimated that over 200 million people are currently living in it and according to the World Economic Forum’s statistics, Nigeria is on pace to surpass the United States in population and in the next eight years, they are anticipating Nigeria’s population to be about 800 million.

Picking The Right Armor: Tailored To Fit – Lessons For Global Leaders

David was the last son of Jesse and had been shuffled off to his father’s fields to work as a shepherd boy. In the fields, he had mastered the use of his sling to ward off predators from his father’s flock. Little did he know that his little armor will be used to fight a greater enemy, Goliath of Gath, How does this shepherd boy’s story shed so much light on profound lessons for global leaders?