In a 2013 white paper on this topic, The MIT Center for Transportation & Logistics defined supply chain innovation as “the combining and application of a mix of inventions, existing processes, and technologies in a new way that achieves a desirable change in cost, quality, cash and/or service.” A lot has changed over the past 10 years. What is the primary focus of your company's supply chain innovation efforts today? What supply chain and logistics processes are in most need of innovation? What are the top barriers to supply chain and logistics innovation . . .
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