Our SCLA Executive Think Tank group often hears fantastic presentations from talented teachers and researchers working to solve some of the biggest issues in the supply chain and drive sustainability despite intense external pressures and challenges (many of which have been widely publicized lately).
During the month of April this year, our SCLA Executive Think Tank group discussions centered on geopolitical risks to global supply chain sourcing and strategically positioning our supply chains for success.
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In my last article, I discussed the one big factor that company leaders need to provide their teams as we continue to move into the future of work in a post-pandemic world.
In a recent article on LinkedIn, I covered the fact that transforming supply chains from internally-focused to customer-centric operations is the key to unlocking their potential as a competitive advantage—a "weapon" in the battle of building a more successful business.
Our SCLA Executive Think Tank group has recently embarked on a discussion series centered around the supply chain's potential as a competitive advantage—a "weapon" in the battle of building a more successful business. Many large organizations are beginning to realize that their supply chain can be a powerful differentiator that drives more revenue, though unlocking its power is not easy.
During a recent SCLA Executive Think Tank group discussion, I asked my fellow supply chain industry leaders what challenges they're facing now that are "keeping them awake at night." Several individuals raised points that are worth sharing with the broader community as we continue to navigate back to smoother sailing in 2021.