Talent in Supply Chain

Supply Chain Insights

A closer look at building talent to define and execute next-generation supply chain strategies. Join this session to hear from supply chain human resource leaders as they discuss the latest in research from Supply Chain Insights.
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Spotlight

Current macroeconomic developments make it clear that returning to a pre-COVID-19 “normal” is not in sight. Manufacturers are facing headwinds in the form of double-digit inflation, labour shortages and energy scarcity, along with new regulations
that are driving an increasing imperative to reduce waste and emissions. These headwinds impose new constraints on operations, drive complexity and unveil hidden vulnerabilities, fundamentally changing the balance of supply and demand in the process. It is no surprise that global value chain failures are becoming more commonplace in such a challenging business environment

OTHER ON-DEMAND WEBINARS

Where is Your ERP Falling Short? Ramp Up Your Operations with True Supply Chain Planning and Optimization

Quintiq

Manufacturers depend on their ERP systems to enhance their organization’s performance and streamline business processes. ERP systems can track and provide access to data as it flows through your organization. However, they were never intended to provide real value as a planning tool. ERP systems lack the capacity to easily analyze your data or balance the KPIs critical to your business goals. As a result, the decision-making process is affected by suboptimal decisions informed by poor analysis.
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How to Build Better Schedules that Attract and Retain Drivers

In this session, participants learnt how to create ‘lifestyle rosters’ and custom schedules that expand the candidate pool and increase drivers’ happiness, leading to more job applications and higher retention rates. This session also included a case study on how one public agency tackled their driver shortage by reducing split shifts and increasing run quality, followed by an Optibus platform demo and live Q&A.
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Managing Supplier Risk and Disruption in the Supply Chain

GEP

Understanding and proactively managing supplier risk is a key step toward minimizing supply chain disruption. But it’s easier said than done. For many procurement organizations, the lack of mature practices and confusion about the right technology solution are the biggest obstacles to adopting and driving truly effective supplier risk management.In this webcast presented by GEP and SIG, procurement experts discuss the essential components underpinning a successful supplier risk management program. They also examine the role of technology and digitalization in accelerating supplier risk management.
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The Ultimate Inbound Logistics Management Best Practices Guide

Cerasis

In the webinar we covered the following material around best practices for inbound logistics management: The 45 to 60 minute webinar on how to combine both technology and expertise to tackle ever increasing inbound freight costs will cover the following material
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Spotlight

Current macroeconomic developments make it clear that returning to a pre-COVID-19 “normal” is not in sight. Manufacturers are facing headwinds in the form of double-digit inflation, labour shortages and energy scarcity, along with new regulations
that are driving an increasing imperative to reduce waste and emissions. These headwinds impose new constraints on operations, drive complexity and unveil hidden vulnerabilities, fundamentally changing the balance of supply and demand in the process. It is no surprise that global value chain failures are becoming more commonplace in such a challenging business environment

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