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Learning Beyond Four Walls

Today’s students want to experiment, solve problems, engage across disciplines, and take on real-world projects. More institutions are designing educational experiences that allow them to do just that. Read more

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Case Study: Colgate Palmolive Transforms Supply Chain with Smart Manufacturing

APQC (American Productivity & Quality Center), in conjunction with the Center for Global Enterprise’s Digital Supply Chain Institute, will publish a series of case studies looking at how leading organizations measure supply chain performance amid a digital transformation. The second case study of this series looks into how Colgate Palmolive is digitizing its supply chain… Read more

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Case Study: ZTE Corp.’s Supply Chain Transformation Drives Change and Growth

At the beginning of 2016, ZTE Corp., a global manufacturer of telecommunication equipment based in China, set out to profoundly transformation its supply chain. The result one year later: A nearly 20 percent revenue increase without adding payroll.   APQC (American Productivity & Quality Center), in conjunction with the Center for Global Enterprise’s Digital Supply… Read more

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The Frontside Flip: Advancing the Digital Supply Chain

By George Bailey,  Managing Director of the Digital Supply Chain Institute     Welcome to the inaugural issue of The Frontside Flip, a monthly resource published by the Digital Supply Chain Institute (DSCI) to help companies manage the transformation of their supply chains in the digital economy. Our goal is to provide global enterprises with practical recommendations… Read more

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Leaders Convene to Address Management Skills Gap in Africa

  On July 17, 2017, the Center for Global Enterprise (CGE) and the Global Business School Network (GBSN) convened key stakeholders in a roundtable discussion focused on developing a deeper understanding of the management skills gap in Africa.   Hosted by the IESE Business School in New York City, the roundtable featured speakers and discussants… Read more

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CGE Joins with 19 Others to Launch Global Think Tank Alliance

  Shanghai, China was the location this week for the in-person launch of the Global Trade and Innovation Policy Alliance (GTIPA) bringing together think tanks from China, Poland, Mexico, Italy, India, Colombia, the USA, and Sweden. These leading trade and innovation think tanks are joined by eleven others from Canada, Belgium, Taiwan, South Africa, and… Read more

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Exploring the Transformative Potential of the Digital Supply Chain

By the year 2020, entirely new companies will be operating a Digital Supply Chain globally, according to the DSCi research. Some current powerful companies will also take the necessary steps to transform into a digital supply chain platform.   Following a strategy that aims at 20% lower costs and 10% higher revenue will allow companies… Read more

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Finding a Strategic Cybersecurity Model

Sam Palmisano, vice chair of the US Commission on Enhancing National Cybersecurity in 2016 recommends forming a public-private collaboration when it comes to matters of cybersecurity.  Listen to the full podcast, “Finding a Strategic Cybersecurity Model” from Digital McKinsey.

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Digital Disruption: New Required Skill sets Open Doors for Innovation

  There is no denying that companies and individuals alike are no longer looking to traditional business models and education systems to stand out among the herd and compete with the ever-accelerating pace of technological change. New skill sets required for global, enterprise workforces often cannot be found at traditional universities and leaders are looking… Read more

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