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Have You Given Your Planner Love Today?

By | Change Management, Demand, Global Supply Chains, Market-Driven, Supply Chain, Supply Chain Talent | No Comments

As I write this blog, Valentine cards scatter my desk. This is the week for love: a time to send cards and letters to those that we appreciate. I am in the middle of sending the cards to my grandchildren. It is in this spirit, that I write this post. The most unloved employees in the back office are supply chain planners. As supply chain leaders, I would encourage you…

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Three New Insights on Supply Chain Talent

By | Supply Chain Leadership, Supply Chain Talent | No Comments

On Tuesday this week I will present the findings from the recent Supply Chain Insights study at the Penn State Forum. As I worked on my presentation,  three themes emerged. 1) Opportunity. The most satisfied respondents on the survey were technologists and academics by profession, Baby-Boomers by age group, and those with the ability to work from home.  The least satisfied are those in manufacturing work teams. A central theme in…

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