Supply Chain Influencers

Goals

To compile a list of the top supply chain influencers. Examine what these influencers are saying and whether it's data-related. Findings will be used to inform market research and evaluate whether a new product is applicable to companies that manage a supply chain. Provide the following details for each influencer: 1) name, 2) references to any relevant work going back as far as five years, and 3) an overview of themes/trends they are talking about. Also include a section that synthesizes common themes/trends across these influencers. Note any data of particular importance.

Early Findings

During this initial hour of research, we were able to find ten top supply chain influencers. We used a combination of social media follower numbers and media consensus to compile this list. To qualify for inclusion, influencers must have at least 10,000 Twitter followers, including corporate supply chain leaders.

Don Tapscott (@dtapscott)

Dan Yarmoluk (@YarmolukDan)

Tom Raftery (@TomRaftery)

Martijn Graat (@LogisticsMatter)

Jeff Ashcroft (@JeffAshcroft)

Scott W. Luton

Supply Chain Queen (@supplychnqueen)

Alex Mortimer (@thealexmortimer)

Jim Tompkins (@jimtompkins)

Runner Up: Lora Cecere (@lcecere)

Proprietary Research

In addition to this public search, we scanned our proprietary research database of over 1 million sources and were unable to find any specific research reports that address your goals.

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