True masters of digitization use shared data to improve existing applications of technology as well as to implement applications that would not otherwise be possible.
Companies may finally be able to achieve the long-awaited step change in the industry’s development—if they act collectively, rather than individually.
What does the future of manufacturing look like? BCG's Kristian Kuhlmann explores the dimensions of optimization shaping the next level of progress.
Justin Rose contemplates how combining automation and continuous upskilling will create competitive advantage in the workplace.
A comparison of technologies requires detailed assessments of costs as well as technical capabilities. Companies can’t get by with a one-size-fits-all approach.
Manufacturers can implement win-win actions in their production and logistics operations that benefit the environment and create financial value.
As a confluence of megatrends prompts companies to rethink their production and supply footprints, Southeast Asia is in a position to become a greater force in international trade.
To succeed in a future of electric vehicles, manufacturers must understand and prepare for the profound effects of this transformation on operations and labor requirements.
To address flaws exposed by the pandemic, companies should accelerate efforts to revamp their worldwide manufacturing and sourcing networks—even if that means extra cost.
BCG's Pepe Rodriguez on our approach to digital supply chain transformations and the four aspects that we like to consider.
They improve the speed and quality of decisions as well as resilience and performance.
As CSCOs shift into a second phase of their COVID-19 response, five key actions will help them prepare for recovery.
Companies seeking to reduce their environmental footprint should focus on one element of their operations in particular: their global supply chains.
Even companies with modest direct-emissions footprints can make a global impact on decarbonization by implementing nine initiatives in their supply chains.
Achieving a 50% recycling rate in the US by the end of the decade is ambitious but possible. Here’s how we can accomplish it.
Protecting our planet's most precious resource isn't just a matter of environmental stewardship. It's a substantial business problem.