Competitive Leverage: Look to the Future of Technology for Opportunities, Not Challenges

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Mark Taylor
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A superb article
Mark Taylor   12/5/2017 3:36:39 AM

A superb article Matthew.  On a slightly "organic" note; I do like your simile between the expiration date of new/emerging technologies and milk.  I am sure you'd agree, the pace in which new technologies in AI & automation are evolving, are making the role of transformation & change in the Logistics & Supply Chain industry, increasingly difficult.

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