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Let's Talk Supply Chain Is Outsourcing a New Strategy for Retaining Talent? 3 Reasons We Think It Is 1

Is Outsourcing a New Strategy for Retaining Talent? 3 Reasons We Think It Is

The workforce is only expected to grow 4% in the next decade. Compare that with the 1970s at 30% or the 2000s at 9%, and it’s easy to see why we’re seeing more alarmist headlines about The Great Resignation. For the first time in well, modern history, there are one and a half jobs open …

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Let's Talk Supply Chain Christine Scalese on Women Juggling and Paying It Forward in Supply Chain 3

Christine Scalese on Women Juggling and Paying It Forward in Supply Chain

A new year has been ushered in along with continued supply chain disruption amidst major climate catastrophes, supply chain shortages, and gaps and delays resulting from a global surge unlike any other since the start of the pandemic. If we’re learning anything about our new normal, it’s that it’s anything but. Women supply chain leaders …

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Let's Talk Supply Chain Elisa Gustavo on Living and Breathing Excellence in Supply Chain and Empowering More Mozambican Women 5

Elisa Gustavo on Living and Breathing Excellence in Supply Chain and Empowering More Mozambican Women

Supply chain disruption is more than a buzzword, and its enormity is on everyone’s minds with growing visibility and consternation amongst consumers. Running into product shortages, backorders, and delays is the new normal. Between a historical labor gap, unprecedented demand, and a continuing pandemic, woman supply chain trailblazers continue emerging—bringing fresh momentum and best practices …

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Let's Talk Supply Chain 218: Women in Supply Chain, Lisa Morales Hellebo 7

218: Women in Supply Chain, Lisa Morales Hellebo

In today’s episode of Women In Supply Chain, I’m joined by Lisa Morales Hellebo: a truly inspirational VC, entrepreneur, product strategist and community builder, with 25 years of experience working with start-ups and Fortune 500s alike. After beginning her career in graphic design, Lisa pulled together her talents for creativity, product design and innovation and …

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Episode 127 – Women in Supply Chain, Martha Lumatete

 This week’s episode of Women in Supply Chain Series features Martha Lumatete.  Inspired by both her grandmother, who began her own construction supply business, and her father, an accomplished lawyer in Kenya, Martha Lumatete always had her sights set on success. In today’s episode, she discusses her incredible journey so far, from those initial …

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Episode 126 – Why Partner with Titans

Like his Father and Grandfather before him, Founder and President of Logistics Titans Wes Streubing has supply chain in his blood. And he’s on a mission to bring that passion, history and industry knowledge together to bring a new and innovative approach to supply chain. As the largest specialized and asset-based carrier in the US, …

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EP 123 – Women in Supply Chain, Melody Dickinson

 Melody is a supply chain professional who works for Alloy, a platform that offers in-depth data analytics for consumer good companies. For our Women in Supply chain spotlight for July, sponsored by Alloy,  Melody tells us what her journey in supply chain has been like, what keeps her motivated and her plans for the future. …

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EP 119 – Super Trend #4, Start up Mentality

 Today Sarah chats with Scott and Greg from Supply Chain Now about the last in their super trend series: Start up Mentality. The Covid crisis has brought a pivotal moment on Earth for everyone, and therefore an opportunity to accelerate important trends. As Greg says, necessity is the mother of innovation; with the crisis, …

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EP 116 – 150 Million Pieces of PPE and Counting

 Mike works for Apex, the third largest freight forwarder in the world and number one forwarder transporting products from China. In 2019 they flew 500 charter flights, and have grown by $1 billion in 10 years! Apex transports all types of products, from high tech, to retail, to ecommerce. They have charters that transport …

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Let's Talk Supply Chain EP 114 – Women in Supply Chain, Anju Gupta 8

EP 114 – Women in Supply Chain, Anju Gupta

 Anju is the product manager at Coupa Software, an all-in-one business spend management platform. In today’s Women in Supply Chain series, Anju tells us how she got into supply chain, the valuable lessons she learnt from failure and why it’s important to put a focus on diversity. Anju moved from working in the corporate …

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