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Episode 1: 6 Critical Disciplines to Becoming a Supply Chain Leader

Supply Chain LEADERS use their supply chain to drive profitable business growth, capture market share, and enhance customer satisfaction & loyalty. Supply chain is a true differentiator for businesses in a time where consumers have more choices and higher demands for instant fulfillment.

Our 3-part webinar series: Are You a Supply Chain LEADER or LAGGARD? features commentary from industry expert Adrian Gonzalez of Adelante SCM, and Mike Glodziak of LEGACY Supply Chain Services. Adrian and Mike offer their take on the current state of supply chain, and provide expert-level insights on how companies can evaluate their supply chain and implement best practices that drive results.

In episode 1, you’ll get insights from Adrian & Mike on:

  • Current Supply Chain Challenges & Opportunities
  • How Supply Chain LEADERS use 6 Supply Chain Disciplines to stay ahead
  • 6 Critical Disciplines Supply Chain Leaders Have Mastered: Supply Chain Visibility, Supply Chain Mapping & Visualization, Supply Chain Risk Management, Supply Chain Design, Business Intelligence, and Supply Chain Talent & Cultural Development.
  • How you can begin to evaluate your own supply chain competencies

You can view episode 2 of this series on-demand, Supply Chain Leaders Make Smarter Decisions Faster – which originally aired December 10, 2015.

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