Hard-won lessons about the importance of visibility, agility, resilience, and analytics chops are proving critical in the planning and execution of a modern-day supply chain. Get a close look at the moves leaders have made to establish critical pillars of success.
Even in the face of circumstances beyond their control, leading CGs are taking steps to bolster their supply chain agility and revamp their networks and processes to be more robust. What are the next steps CGs can't afford to miss on the road to resilience?
As the consumer goods industry moves into a new era of innovation, leading the charge is the 2022 class of CGT Visionaries. Learn about the achievements drawing widespread praise from their peers, partners, and CGT’s own editors.
AI is being implemented industry-wide, but there's some confusion over how CGs can best leverage the tech, and if they have the appropriate IT infrastructure to support growth. Read on to understand the potential of AI and learn how CGs are overcoming some of its biggest hurdles.
The small- and medium-sized businesses — classified as companies with less than $1 billion in revenue — that are growing through a fierce dedication to consumers and invention (and sometimes a bit of scrap).
Thanks to a disruption cocktail of pandemic-prompted factory shutdowns, input shortages, labor scarcities and rocky logistics, the consumer goods industry finds itself in a supply chain crisis. And, unfortunately, the light at the end of the tunnel remains hazy.