Most supply chain professionals are "commoditized" and are compensated to perform a set of tasks. The remainder of people offer "products" (e.g. capability) or "services" (e.g. managing processes).
But the few who evolve to stage supply chain experiences and guide transformation will thrive over the next few decades.
After my 10th promotion (yes, 10!), I realized I must be doing something right. But more than that, I realized I was doing something different from my peers. Today I'm Vice President of a Fortune 100 technology company leading supply chain services for the world's largest high-tech electronics company.
For most of my career, I've had access to C-Suites, been deployed to special strategic projects, and put in front of executives of the largest companies in the world.
It took me the best part of my career to date to realize that there is a bit of an art and a science to success, and I didn't have to be better than others, I just had to be the best at what I do. And I didn't even have to be consistent, but I had to create highly impactful moments.
With the global supply chain undergoing it's most prolific transformation ever, the need to position ourselves in the most impactful way has never been greater. In the interest of giving back to the profession and to unlock promise and possibility through supply chain, I'm committed to helping the next generation of supply chain talent to move beyond being a "commodity" and instead staging experiences and guiding transformation.
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