Navigating uncertainty: using data science to achieve supply chain resilience

Supply chains operate in an increasingly uncertain world. We’re using data science and digital twins to help leaders manage uncertainty and ensure value isn’t lost when disruption strikes.

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5 Reasons innovation is needed more than ever

Plato once said: “necessity is literally the mother of invention” and he continues to be correct. There is increasing evidence that the lockdown is a catalyst for a huge wave of innovation across industry, business, and everyday life.

Why you still need a physical office with a distributed work model

Distributed agile working is at the core of Hack and Craft. And now coronavirus has forced most companies into remote working, its benefits are becoming clear even to the most traditional businesses.

10 rules for Distributed Agile — How H&C gets stuff done

H&C has been working from home since before it became synonymous with flattening the curve. Many companies have previously allowed employees to work from home but the need for complex systems to be built by teams of people who don’t ever physically meet is a new challenge. Hopefully this account of how H&C does this will demonstrate that Distributed Agile is not only possible, but actually more efficient than co-located teams.

Bridging IT with OT and securing Industry 4.0

It is clear manufacturers must step up their game when it comes to security and businesses must support their IT departments both culturally and financially to make the most of the transition to Industry 4.0.

How lifecycle costing tools can boost customer relationship management strategies

Lifecycle costing tools unlock the true cost of business assets, and can help providers demonstrate why their products deliver the best value for money."

Effectively using data to measure product success at every stage of its lifecycle

The product lifecycle has changed indelibly, and the effective use of data is driving that change every step of the way.

Martin Peschke 1980-2018

It is with deep sadness that I must announce that Martin Peschke died of a heart attack on the 10 February 2018. He was 37 years old.