The Journey Towards Supply Chain Excellence. So What? Who Cares?

It’s the nature of supply chain leaders to be competitive and improve processes, however it’s not always their nature to know how to start and progress on the journey.  Often leaders think, “So What? Who Cares?” and accept the status quo. In this webinar we’ll discuss the reasons why this should be mission critical and how leaders can start on their journey towards improving performance.  57 minutes – recorded on September 21, 2016.
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