Innovation Value Chain

As bewildering as it may seem, Intel Corporation was publicly awarded for fundamentally the same reason the great Italian astronomer Galileo Galilei was imprisoned for. Innovation. While Galileo’s innovation was his intelligent observations supporting heliocentrism as opposed to the erstwhile popular belief in geocentrism, Intel’s innovation is its development of artificial intelligence and cognitive computing…

Way to go, yet a long way to go

Ability of an organization to compete effectively in global markets is mainly determined by the quality, the price and the speed of delivery of goods and services from producer or provider to consumer. And competition forces businesses to operate at highest possible efficiency levels across functions to avoid losing market share to competitors. That efficiency…

Trends in Technology but also in Traffic

There is a lot of talk on trends in technology for supply chain management. Curiosity got the better of me. I started reading, hearing, listening to, absorbing and trying to make sense of what experts meant by Blockchain, IoT (Internet of Things), Robotics, Big Data, Analytics, AI (Artificial Intelligence), Cloud Computing, Immersive Technologies (VR –…