Supply Chain Transparency: Current Innovations and Future Opportunities

Wednesday, 2 December 2020 14:55 - 15:25

Many agree that supply chain transparency is more critical than ever. But there is much disagreement over what it constitutes, how to do it, and who is doing it well. In this presentation, we will explore what supply chain transparency really means, how some companies are approaching, as well as how and when it makes the most sense. And to conclude, we will explore what current trends are in transparency amidst the uncertainty of COVID-19 and supply chain disruptions, and how supply chain transparency is more critical than ever.

The MIT Center for Transportation & Logistics and CSCMP have partnered on an annual report exploring the annual State of Supply Chain Sustainability. Please take a moment to participate in this 2nd annual survey and share on to other professionals who may be willing to participate.

Survey Link 

The objective is to survey professionals globally across industries, regions, and positions to get a fuller picture of supply chain sustainability. As a benefit of completing the survey, you have a chance to opt in to receive a full copy of last year's report, be registered to participate in an exclusive webinar with industry and academic experts in supply chain sustainability, and you will be entered in a raffle to be one of 10 respondents to receive a MIT CTL & CSCMP swag bag. The survey should take 10 minutes or less and is anonymous.

Alexis Bateman, Research Scientist, MIT Center for Transportation & Logistics Director, MIT Sustainable Supply Chains Course Lead, MITx MicroMasters Program , MIT Center of Transportation & Logistics