Logistics and supply chain management are rapidly evolving disciplines. As technology and consumers’ expectations evolve, the structure that meets those expectations must change with it. As a result of those changes, the people in charge of the supply chain must in turn keep up. But how?
As this article suggests, the process for developing professional and effective supply chain managers should be as detailed and structured as a supply chain. From skill requirements to skill development and ongoing education, it’s not as simple as just hiring someone to fill a role. As the logistics industry becomes “broader and deeper,” supply chain managers need to make wise investments in themselves and their staff in order to keep up with change.
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