Partner & Director
Stefan Gstettner co-leads Boston Consulting Group’s work in digital supply chain management (DSC) and logistics. He has in-depth experience in supply chain transformations across core industries.
Stefan’s current focus is helping clients achieve a bionic supply chain by leveraging the latest technologies and establishing world-class collaboration among employees and between humans and machines.
Stefan is also an adjunct professor at the MIT Global SCALE Network where he teaches a digital supply chain master class.
The root cause of the problem lies not with technology but with how and where companies are applying it.
Where digital efforts have fallen short—and how to use human-machine collaboration to take performance to the next level.
BCG’s Stefan Gstettner discusses how blockchain can transform supply chain management by automating relationships and building trust.
Why do so many supply chain control towers fail? Because they are so much more than just another software project. BCG’s Gideon Walter and Stefan Gstettner spoke with supply chain executives at US and European companies representing diverse industries to gain a deeper understanding of the challenges.
Supply chain control towers are without a doubt the dominant concept for steering the supply chains of the future.
Supply chain management is transforming, and the companies and managers working to update their ways of working will succeed.
A collaboration between MIT Media Lab’s Digital Currency Initiative and BCG found that the new technology can help manage increasingly complicated and fluid networks of manufacturers and suppliers at a time when transparency, speed, and agility are critical.