Blog archives for "Supply Chain"
In the last decades, Supply Chain has started to play a key role in its contribution to stakeholder value. Supply Chain functions have strongly attracted quality talents. This evolution was backed by the academic world launching especially dedicated Supply Chain programs.
The struggle to attract the best in class has started reinforcing the need to use professionals in this particularly difficult process.
How to actually gain a competitive advantage with the Supply Chain when innovation is not more the key issue?
Profound mutations in the Supply Chain have induced an important change in the profiles of their leaders. Over the last decades, they were expected to combine software knowledge with technology awareness
Today, the focus is more on soft management skills. They have to show their capability to build complex alliances, meet increasing clients’ expectations, convince their colleagues and motivate their own workforce.
Such talents can actually produce shareholder value but are quite rare and rather hard to find. Their recruitment requires more than ever a thorough professional approach.