|
VELOCITY     Accelerating Your Supply Chain Success
The leader in global supply chain solutions

Guess What? Advanced Supply Chain Capabilities Improve Company Financials

NO RATINGS
View comments: newest first | oldest first | threaded
WaqasAltaf
User Rank
Supply Network Guru
Market Competition
WaqasAltaf   5/19/2014 8:53:50 AM
NO RATINGS

I agree, to survive in the long-run organizations have to somewhat depend on their supply chain operations for revenue growth. Capable professionals therefore are needed to compete with day to day fluctuations in the market. The challenge is not to innovate a product only but how to differ your product from that of the competitors is the task of supply chain department.

Jacob
User Rank
Supply Network Guru
New generation supply chain professionals
Jacob   5/16/2014 12:44:33 AM
NO RATINGS
1 saves

"And let's not forget about the new era of supply chain professionals coming up and the skills and experiences they'll need to deliver better supply chain performance. Deloitte found that supply chain leaders tend to actively recruit supply chain professionals with analytics expertise, cross-functional experience, and global experience."

Jeniffer, you are right about new generation supply chain professionals. They have the courage to undergo experiments and high risk bearing capability.



More Blogs from Logical Link
The logistics industry is tapping into the idea of accelerator programs to harness new technology for operational and process improvement.
The supply chain is inherently complex and customer demands add to the challenges. Organizations need to look at how to manage rather than perpetuate the complications.
Logistics may be an obvious area where robotics will find a use for place. An Indian company is building its reputation in that space.
England’s anticipated exit from the European Union may hit the automotive supply chain.
Car makers and component suppliers are delivering more connected cars to market, but cyber threat prevention needs supply chain collaboration.
Twitter Feed
EBN Online Twitter Feed