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The Future of the Supply Chain 2020+

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Acknowledgments On behalf of the initiators of this study I would like to thank the supply chain team at the msg group of companies and the employees of the Institute for Future Studies and Knowledge Management (IFK) at EBS for their active participation and support. This study would not have been possible without them. We would like to specifically thank Sonja Kaempf and Peter Kohl for their support. In addition, we would also like to thank the supply chain decision makers who discussed the future of supply chains with us through relevant social networks, workshops and interviews. Stephan E. Willigens Vice President Supply Chain msg systems ag Company Information © msg systems ag, Ismaning/Munich, 2013 All rights, including translation into foreign languages, reserved. No parts of this work may be reproduced in any way, shape or form without the express written consent of the publisher, nor may any parts hereof be processed, reproduced or shared in electronic form. Published by: msg systems ag Authors: Stephan E. Willigens, Heiko von der Gracht Research partners: EBS Universität für Wirtschaft und Recht gGmbH, EBS Business School Design, layout and graphics: msg systems ag Editing: msg systems ag Scenario illustrations: Heyko Stöber | gestoeber@gmx.de 2

Preface Prof. Dr. Hannes Utikal „The future interests me far more than the past, as I intend living in it“ - it was with these words that Albert Einstein explained his interest in future developments. A quick look at the „doers“ in companies one could even add, „The future interests me far more than the past, as I intend to shape it.“ Yet, managers face considerable challenges: how can companies make a name for themselves in global competition? How can they take advantage of the opportunities mega trends offer? How can innovative force be maintained despite demographic developments, especially in aging companies? And how can a culture of innovation and cooperation be created that is not confined to the limits of a company? These questions plague companies, even in the design of their supply chain. Especially since the design of the supply chain not only optimizes the course of the physical flow of goods „from the cradle to the grave“, but also influences the innovation network. And it is here that the greatest challenges are seen: many innovations arise at the interface between different technologies and industries; designing these interfaces so they are productive is a key management task. Ideally, industry, specialized service providers and cooperating research and educational institutions would all work together to find a solution. Because sustainable competitive advantages can only be created when these different actors come together in collaboration. The competitive advantage is found in the network. Yet, what should companies focus on in preparation for the future? How should they structure their networks? Scenarios that illuminate possible future developments and summarize them graphically help answer these questions. The scenarios presented in this work were developed by experts from the worlds of science and praxis. Not only do they describe alternative future developments, they also discuss possible courses of action. It is precisely in this interaction between theory and practice that most „visionary concepts with practical application“ are born - and these scenarios are a good starting point for individual readers. They can use the information to draft a differentiated image of the future for their own company and to develop their own action strategies. I hope you enjoy the lessons this study provides and wish you all the best developing your own, individualistic strategy for the future! Prof. Dr. Hannes Utikal Vice President of Academic Development and Corporate Cooperations Provadis School of International Management and Technology AG 3

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