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83% of executives say their supply chain technology investments haven’t fully delivered the expected results.
When Supply Chain Evolves From an Operational Role to a Strategic Function so Should Your Talent Strategy!
During economic downturns, companies face declining demand, increased competition, and tighter profit margins, making it imperative to optimize their supply chain operations to remain competitive and maintain profitability.
One of the major drivers of the talent shortage is the increasing complexity of supply chain management. As supply chains have become more global and more interconnected, the skills and knowledge required to manage them have become more specialized and advanced.
We don't know when it will end (or if it ever will). The world is getting more populated, and issues continue to arise. For example, just when industries felt like COVID-19 was under control, Shanghai announced a lockdown at the end of March 2022, testing the present logistics.
With lingering effects of the pandemic, geopolitical threats, and supply chain shortages, the economy has finally stretched too thin. The signs of recession we see today are an opportunity to prepare in the supply chain field.