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Supply Chain Brief: How Nestle Relies on Crowdsourcing to Enhance Global Supply Chain Operations

Published: 30 August 2016

ID: G00314232

Analyst(s): John Johnson , Michael Burkett


To meet the future challenges faced by its global supply chain, Nestle launched an internal crowdsourcing campaign in 2014. Dubbed !ngenius, the initiative shows how CSCOs can use crowdsourcing to encourage innovation.

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What You Need to Know


  • Innovative Supply Chain Workers Become !ngenius CEOs and Guide Their Ideas Through a Stringent Approval Process
  • !ngenius Program Embraces Mode 2 Concept of Failing Fast and Trying Again
  • Solving Global Challenges by Empowering Supply Chain Workers to Become Entrepreneurs

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