LISTEN TO OUR MOST RECENT EPISODE:
Supply Chain Now Radio Episode 92-
“Supply Chain Visibility, Collaboration, & Proactive Problem Solving”
In partnership with our friends at the Georgia Manufacturing Alliance (GMA), SCNR broadcast the second episode in our new #TodayinManufacturing series, sponsored by IntelliTrans. This episode featured Ken Sherman, the Vice President and General Manager of IntelliTrans, and Larncell Hymon, a Supply Chain Manager for the Learn and Play Division at Newell Brands.
GMA CEO, Jason Moss, and SCNR’s Scott Luton hosted the episode live from GMA’s headquarters.
“Full Access: Peggy Gulick with AGCO”
SCNR – Episode 94
Learn More: www.FullAccessOnline.com
Hosted Exclusively by Supply Chain Now Radio
Episode 94 was the first episode is our brand new series, Full Access. Full Access is an SCNR podcast series that focuses on providing diverse thought, leadership, and supply chain industry insights from those who are making it happen. Host Scott Luton features a variety of female guests and leaders in the end-to-end global supply chain.
For the first episode, Scott welcomed Peggy Gulick, Director of Digital Transformation for Global Manufacturing for AGCO.
Check out the show page for the schedule of upcoming interviews with an impressive group of women leaders making a huge impact on the supply chain industry.
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Author, "Supply Chain Management for Dummies"
"The STEM movement encourages more young girls to learn engineering and become engineers. Today, 17 percent of workers in the field of engineering are women vs. 1 percent in 1970. We are making progress."
"To identify risks and resilience strategies, companies need to move beyond their regular supply chain to look at the capacity and speed needed to recover if something really goes wrong."
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