Achieving Operational Excellence in a Post-Pandemic World
Operations of the Future
Latest Thinking on Consumer Products, Retail, Fashion & Travel
Why Airlines’ Network Planning Must Be Bionic
To navigate demand volatility, airline network teams must be more flexible and increasingly bionic, using digital tools to make schedule modifications nearly up until the day of travel.
A Circular Future for Glass
Achieving a 50% glass-recycling rate in the US by the end of the decade is ambitious but possible. BCG partnered with the Glass Packaging Institute to develop a ten-year plan outlining how to accomplish it.
Five Retail Trends That Will Outlast the Pandemic
Retailers can respond to post-pandemic consumer trends by doubling down on the use of data analytics to understand how their customers’ needs are changing and by modifying their operations to address those evolving needs—all while continuing to manage costs as closely as ever.
Data Excellence: Transforming Manufacturing and Supply Systems
In the near future, manufacturing companies will collaborate in hyperconnected value networks to increase productivity, develop new customer experiences, and ensure they have a positive impact on society and the environment. BCG partnered with the World Economic Forum to propose a path toward realizing a future of manufacturing that is digital and hyper-connected.
To enhance competitiveness, companies must take a clean-sheet approach to deciding what, where, and how to manufacture.
Bionic supply chains improve the speed and quality of decisions as well as resilience and performance.
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