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Supply Chain Podcast: Improve Decision Quality With Reciprocal Human-Machine Augmentation With Noha Tohamy

Summary

A confluence of forces is eroding supply chain domain knowledge while increasing the reliance on advanced analytics in making supply chain decisions. CSCOs must adopt innovative approaches to harness the combined intelligence of humans and machines for better decision quality.

Published: 29 November 2021

ID: G00754291

Analyst(s): Supply Chain Research Team

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