MIT Digital Supply Chain TransformationUnderstanding new collaborative paradigms that arise during digital supply chain transformations
What is the Digital Supply Chain Transformation Initiative?
- Digital Supply Chain Transformation is the analysis of digital technology and data to the transition towards value-driven supply chains.
- Digital technology is accelerating the pace of business and transforming supply chains.
- Transforming the supply chain digitally can lead up to a 50% reduction in process costs and an increase in revenue by 20%.
- One of the challenges: inter-organizational collaboration changes during digital transformations.
Our Research Areas
AI promises to augment human capabilities and reshape companies. The reality of AI adoption in SCM finds itself deep in a cosmos of apparent contradictions.
Dr. Maria Jesus Saenz
Founder and Director
Exec. Director SCM, MIT CTL
Digital SC Transformation
Dr. Ozden Tozanli
Dr. Beatriz Acero
Dr. Mehdi Farahani
Dr. Eva Ponce
Micro Masters, MIT CTL
Dr. Inma Borrella
AI in SCs
International Research Collaborators
DR. CARL MARCUS WALLENBURG
Otto Beisheim School of Management
Dr. Davide Luzzini
EADA Business School
PROF. ELENA REVILLA
IE Business School
Prof. Cristina Simon
IE Business School
Dr. Christoph Maria Lennartz
Student Research Assistants
Get the latest in supply chain thought leadership, education, development, and research by following our news blog.
Check out Dr. Maria Jesus Saenz, Dr. Elena Revilla, and Dr. Inma Borrella’s new article “Digital Transformation Is Changing Supply Chain Relationships” published at Harvard Business Review.
Check out Dr. Ozden Tozanli and Dr. Maria Jesus Saenz’s latest article “Four Misconceptions are Hampering the Advancement of Digital Twins” published in the Supply Chain Management Review journal.
Check out Dr. Ozden Tozanli’s latest interviews on digital twins with WIRED UK and ServiceNow.
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