How supply chains are changing

According to Robert Wolcott, new technologies push the production and provision of products and services ever closer to the moment of the demand.

Robert Walcott, Clinical Professor at Kellogg School of Management, sits down and explains what he calls “Proximity” and how supply chains are undergoing a momentous change in some parts of the world.

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