Fishing for Trust: the future of supply chains
FISHING FOR TRUST
Innovations and opportunities for the future of supply chains
Fishing for Trust forecasts the future of global supply chains and trust management, using the fishing industry as a case study. In the context of the novel coronavirus and its resulting new drivers of food waste, new pressures on supply chains, and new uncertainties about the future of our global food systems, we’re seeing accelerated experimentation in the ways that supply chains adapt to heightened stress. For example, technologies like satellite monitoring are being quickly adapted to track food supplies in response to these emerging conditions.
Dive into this report to understand the behaviors, technologies, and networks that are driving the future of trust in supply chains. This forecast report is full of relevant insights you can apply to a diversity of goals like reducing food waste, ensuring consumer safety, and protecting natural resources.
This report was originally written as a deliverable for the 2018 Ten-Year Forecast, which is an offering to our IFTF Vantage partners.
IFTF Vantage, is a unique partnership of innovative global leaders that harnesses over 50 years of IFTF global forecasts and pioneering research to navigate volatility, identify emerging imperatives and opportunities, and develop world-ready strategies. IFTF Vantage partners represent businesses, governments, and social impact organizations from around the world that require the most comprehensive view of future forces directly affecting their organizations. To learn more about how IFTF Vantage generates organizational readiness for a world in flux, visit iftf.org/vantage.
IFTF Food Futures Lab
IFTF’s Food Futures Lab identifies and catalyzes innovations with the potential to reinvent food systems, drawing connections across global disruptive shifts to challenge assumptions and reveal emerging strategies for resilience in a rapidly changing world.
Research Team: Quinault Childs, Max Elder, Sarah Smith
Peer Review and Editorial: Rod Falcon, Bradley Kriet
Program Manager: Namsah Kargbo
Executive Producer: Jean Hagan
Production, Design, and Layout: Robin Bogott, Kelsey Kamm, Robin Weiss
Editor: Lorraine Anderson
Illustrator: Daniel Martin Diaz
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