Markus Leopoldseder

Director of Knowledge, Supply Chain Management, Vienna, Austria

Markus is Director of Knowledge of McKinsey's global supply chain management practice, based in Vienna. Markus serves clients across the full range of SCM topics with special focus on supply chain planning, processes and IT - including digital and analytics.

Publications

Blockchain technology for supply chains—A must or a maybe?

Blockchain’s buzz makes it sound like a panacea. Our supply-chain experts evaluate its real potential.

Digital supply chains: Do you have the skills to run them?

Supply Chain 4.0 is raising expectations. Find out how to fill the talent gap.

Scoring with supply chain service level improvements

Broader research has some good news for companies trapped in service, cost and capital trade-offs

Getting IT right: Maximizing value for supply chain

Smart technology choices for pharma supply chains can spell major service level improvements, improved inventory, and logistics savings

How well is your supply chain really working?

A single metric ranks supply chain performance against peers and directly links to business success

Capturing value from SCM IT in the consumer goods industry

Consumer goods companies are struggling to get the best out of their existing supply chain IT systems in the face of new challenges and new opportunities

It's still a big world

Mastery of the global supply chain is becoming a key competitive weapon

What's in your warehouse?

Lean manufacturing techniques can eliminate a significant portion of the cost of unmanaged supply stuck in distribution centers

New organizational wires for digital supply chains

Higher revenues, lower costs, and delighted customers have always been the goal. But to achieve all three, you’ll need a new supply-chain operating model.