Skip to main content Skip to navigation

Rethinking business cases for digital investments

Rethinking business cases for digital investments
Virtual Workshop
25th May 13:00 – 15:00

This workshop aims to explore experiences of investment projects to build understanding of supply chain business case development in a digital era.

Digital is the current buzzword, promising increased supply chain velocity and agility in a disruptive world. A robust business case is required to justify any digital investment. But how do you make the case when digital capabilities are siloed and the promised benefits appear intangible and difficult to measure? Moreover, how can we turn supply chain digitalisation from tactical risk reduction to strategic value optimisation?

You are invited to participate in group discussion to share perspectives and take part in research on business case development for supply chain digital investments.

On registration, you will be invited to a Microsoft Teams site for the webinar, where you will find the workshop briefing and pre-read material to complement the discussion areas, which include:

  • defining the next-generation digital supply chain
  • relating an enterprise business case to the wider digital ecosystem
  • providing a clear approach to benefits realisation
  • making technology adoption easier to avoid 'technical debt'

Agenda

13:00 Introduction & Objectives Janet Godsell
13:05 Why a rethink is needed Janet Godsell
13:15 When traditional business cases may not work  
13:30 Digital investments  
13:45 Rethinking the business case

Nonie Dodwell

14:00 Workshop session:
- Collaborative concept mapping
- Discussion
All
14:50

Plenary Feedback All
15:00 Close  

Please register, Thank you

Privacy notice

The University of Warwick will process your personal data provided to WMG via your completion of the above registration page for the purpose(s) of contacting you with relevant information in relation to this event. The legal basis for processing this personal data is legitimate interests. Your personal data will not be transferred outside of the EEA, will be kept securely by the University of Warwick and will be retained for 5 years. In certain circumstances, your name, organisation, job title and business email address may be shared with specific third parties of which WMG is a centre or spoke location, who will process your personal data for the purpose(s) of providing information about relevant events, news and announcements. The University of Warwick is the Data Controller of this information and is committed to protecting the rights of individuals in line with Data Protection Legislation. Please visit the University’s Data Protection webpages https://warwick.ac.uk/services/idc/dataprotection/ for further information in relation to your rights and how the University processes your personal data. The University’s Data Protection Officer, A Bajaj, can be contacted through infocompliance@warwick.ac.uk and any requests or complaints should be made in writing to the University’s Data Protection Officer.

The University of Warwick is the Data Controller of any information you have entered on this form and is committed to protecting the rights of individuals in line with Data Protection Legislation. The University’s Data Protection webpages provide further information on your rights and how the University processes personal data. Please submit any data subject rights requests to infocompliance@warwick.ac.uk or address any complaints or suspected breaches to the University’s Data Protection Officer at DPO@warwick.ac.uk.

Spam prevention