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The traditional supply chain model does not have the flexibility to adapt when constrained capacity, fluctuating demand, and political trade uncertainties affect the market. In this webcast we’ll explore a more modern approach to supply chain that moves away from a traditional logistics model and embraces a global trade network (GTN) model.
As it ramps up production of a new jet engine, Pratt & Whitney needs to do more than shore up its supply base. It is changing its recruiting tactics, according to its senior director of supply management.
In today’s competitive environment, it only makes sense to advance women into senior leadership roles to fuel supply chain innovation, close the talent gap and improve business performance. Based on the “Women in Supply Chain Survey” from Gartner and AWESOME, progress is being made—but much more must be done.
The market for top supply chain talent is tighter than ever, with potential candidates dictating the terms. Still, the best firms find ways to navigate this candidate-driven marketplace, in order to attract the best and brightest to their organizations. Here's how.