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The Global Supply Chain : How Technology and Circular Thinking Transform Our Future.

By: Lehmacher, Wolfgang.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Management for Professionals: Publisher: Cham : Springer International Publishing, 2017Copyright date: ©2017Description: 1 online resource (179 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783319511153.Subject(s): Business logisticsGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: The Global Supply Chain : How Technology and Circular Thinking Transform Our FutureDDC classification: 658.7 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Foreword -- Preface -- Contents -- Introduction -- Literature -- 1: Trade and the Global Supply Chain -- 1.1 The State of the Global Flow of Goods -- 1.2 A Short History of Global Trade -- 1.3 Trade in the Interconnected World -- 1.3.1 Rising Complexities -- 1.3.2 Digital Revolution -- Spotlight -- 1.3.3 Logistics Performance -- 1.3.3.1 Trade Facilitation Efforts -- 1.4 Undesired Consequences -- Literature -- 2: Global Supply Chain: Golden Gate or Sword of Damocles? -- 2.1 The Rise of the Emerging Markets -- 2.1.1 The BRICS -- 2.1.1.1 Brazil -- 2.1.1.2 Russia -- 2.1.1.3 India -- 2.1.1.4 China -- 2.1.1.5 South Africa -- 2.1.2 CIVETS -- 2.1.2.1 Colombia -- 2.1.2.2 Indonesia -- 2.1.2.3 Vietnam -- 2.1.2.4 Egypt -- 2.1.2.5 Turkey -- 2.1.3 MINT -- 2.1.3.1 Mexico -- 2.1.3.2 Nigeria -- 2.2 Transformational Growth -- 2.2.1 Country Strategies -- 2.2.2 International Collaboration -- 2.3 Interdependence and Resilience -- Literature -- 3: Global Dynamics and Key Trends -- 3.1 Megatrends: Forces Impacting Everyone -- 3.1.1 Business Ecosystems -- 3.1.2 Globalization X.0 -- 3.1.3 Population Growth and Demographics -- 3.1.4 Gender Diversity -- 3.1.5 The New Consumer -- 3.1.6 Urbanization -- Spotlight: 100 Resilient Cities -- 3.1.7 Mobility in the Twenty-First Century -- 3.1.8 Digital Culture -- 3.1.9 Ubiquitous Intelligence -- 3.1.10 Bionics: Learning from Nature -- 3.1.11 Resource Scarcity and Energy Shifts -- 3.1.12 Climate Change -- 3.1.13 Global Risks -- 3.2 The World as It Is Changing -- Literature -- 4: Circular Economy and Society -- 4.1 The Circular Concept -- 4.2 The Rainmakers -- 4.2.1 Sharing Platforms -- 4.2.2 Product-as-a-Service -- 4.2.3 The Circular Supply Chain -- Spotlight: Reverse Logistics -- 4.3 How Different Stakeholders Respond -- 4.3.1 Companies -- 4.3.2 Governments -- Spotlight: Conflict Minerals -- 4.3.3 Consumers and Citizens.
4.3.4 International Stakeholders -- 4.4 The Paradigm Shift in Supply Chain Management -- 4.5 Roadmap Back to the Regenerative World -- Literature -- 5: Shaping the Future of Supply Chains -- 5.1 Agile Supply Chains -- 5.2 Big Data and Data Management -- 5.3 The Autonomous Supply Chain -- 5.4 Opportunities Along a New Path to Progress -- 5.5 Challenges Limiting Ecosystem Leadership -- 5.6 Coming Back to Prosperity and Peace -- Literature -- Appendix -- Books -- Studies and White Paper -- Blogs -- About the Author -- Index.
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Foreword -- Preface -- Contents -- Introduction -- Literature -- 1: Trade and the Global Supply Chain -- 1.1 The State of the Global Flow of Goods -- 1.2 A Short History of Global Trade -- 1.3 Trade in the Interconnected World -- 1.3.1 Rising Complexities -- 1.3.2 Digital Revolution -- Spotlight -- 1.3.3 Logistics Performance -- 1.3.3.1 Trade Facilitation Efforts -- 1.4 Undesired Consequences -- Literature -- 2: Global Supply Chain: Golden Gate or Sword of Damocles? -- 2.1 The Rise of the Emerging Markets -- 2.1.1 The BRICS -- 2.1.1.1 Brazil -- 2.1.1.2 Russia -- 2.1.1.3 India -- 2.1.1.4 China -- 2.1.1.5 South Africa -- 2.1.2 CIVETS -- 2.1.2.1 Colombia -- 2.1.2.2 Indonesia -- 2.1.2.3 Vietnam -- 2.1.2.4 Egypt -- 2.1.2.5 Turkey -- 2.1.3 MINT -- 2.1.3.1 Mexico -- 2.1.3.2 Nigeria -- 2.2 Transformational Growth -- 2.2.1 Country Strategies -- 2.2.2 International Collaboration -- 2.3 Interdependence and Resilience -- Literature -- 3: Global Dynamics and Key Trends -- 3.1 Megatrends: Forces Impacting Everyone -- 3.1.1 Business Ecosystems -- 3.1.2 Globalization X.0 -- 3.1.3 Population Growth and Demographics -- 3.1.4 Gender Diversity -- 3.1.5 The New Consumer -- 3.1.6 Urbanization -- Spotlight: 100 Resilient Cities -- 3.1.7 Mobility in the Twenty-First Century -- 3.1.8 Digital Culture -- 3.1.9 Ubiquitous Intelligence -- 3.1.10 Bionics: Learning from Nature -- 3.1.11 Resource Scarcity and Energy Shifts -- 3.1.12 Climate Change -- 3.1.13 Global Risks -- 3.2 The World as It Is Changing -- Literature -- 4: Circular Economy and Society -- 4.1 The Circular Concept -- 4.2 The Rainmakers -- 4.2.1 Sharing Platforms -- 4.2.2 Product-as-a-Service -- 4.2.3 The Circular Supply Chain -- Spotlight: Reverse Logistics -- 4.3 How Different Stakeholders Respond -- 4.3.1 Companies -- 4.3.2 Governments -- Spotlight: Conflict Minerals -- 4.3.3 Consumers and Citizens.

4.3.4 International Stakeholders -- 4.4 The Paradigm Shift in Supply Chain Management -- 4.5 Roadmap Back to the Regenerative World -- Literature -- 5: Shaping the Future of Supply Chains -- 5.1 Agile Supply Chains -- 5.2 Big Data and Data Management -- 5.3 The Autonomous Supply Chain -- 5.4 Opportunities Along a New Path to Progress -- 5.5 Challenges Limiting Ecosystem Leadership -- 5.6 Coming Back to Prosperity and Peace -- Literature -- Appendix -- Books -- Studies and White Paper -- Blogs -- About the Author -- Index.

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