MIT Digital Supply Chain Transformation

Understanding new collaborative paradigms that arise during digital supply chain transformations

 

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The Digital Supply Chain Transformation Initiative (Digital SC) examines new collaborative paradigms that arise during digital transformations. Digital SC presents the challenges of aligning digital information flows with physical and financial flows. Digital transformation implies a changing business model with new opportunities for producing value along the chain. Digital SC assesses the effects of various inter-organizational business drivers using quantitative methodologies to better understand how collaboration may enhance digital transformation.

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Our Research Areas

Multidimensional Collaboration

When companies jointly implement new technologies, collaboration can take multiple forms. Then, Collaboration becomes a key driver of competitive advantage.

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Digital Supply Chain Capabilities

Essential for today’s digital SC, at the individual, organizational, as well as the supply chain level, they enable successful transformation.

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Digital Customer Value

Digital transformation implies experimenting with new business models that provide new value and new opportunities along the supply chain.

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Consortium Initiative

The MIT CTL is running the Consortium as part of the Digital SC Transformation Research. The Consortium has the objective to identify drivers for Digital Transformation under the influence of supply chain relationships in the retail industry.

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Research Team

Dr. Maria Jesus Saenz

Dr. Maria Jesus Saenz

Founder and Leader

MIT CTL

Christoph Maria Lennartz

Christoph Maria Lennartz

Ph.D. Student

WHU

Dr. Marina Mattos

Dr. Marina Mattos

Postdoctoral Associate

MIT CTL

Beatriz Acero

Beatriz Acero

Ph.D. Student

MIT Zaragoza

MIT Research Collaborators

Dr. Eva Ponce

Dr. Eva Ponce

Executive Director

Micro Masters, MIT CTL

 

Dr. Inma Borrella

Dr. Inma Borrella

Postdoctoral Associate

MIT CTL

International Research Collaborators

DR. CARL MARCUS WALLENBURG

DR. CARL MARCUS WALLENBURG

Professor

Otto Beisheim School of Mgmt.

Dr. Davide Luzzini

Dr. Davide Luzzini

Professor

EADA Business School

Dr. Liliana Rivera

Dr. Liliana Rivera

Associate Professor

Universidad del Rosario

PROF. ELENA REVILLA

PROF. ELENA REVILLA

Professor

IE Business School

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Cambridge, MA 02139
United States

+1 617 253 8235

digitalsc@mit.edu

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