- What are the skills that modern supply chain and procurement professionals need to be successful?
- What approaches can you use to develop these skills in your teams?
- How can you attract people to join the supply chain and procurement profession?
Join this SupplyChainTalk to answer some of the biggest questions facing the supply chain industry including:
Leadership Team at CIPS, SupplyChainTalk Host
Duncan Brock is a member of the leadership team of CIPS. He’s had a specific interest throughout his career on implementing category management and developing the skills and capabilities of procurement teams. His procurement experience comes from working for Ford, Mars, Black & Decker, NTL (now Virgin Media) and RSA. He is also a CIPS spokesperson for conferences and media interviews on supply chain matters.
Head of Quality Transport & Logistics , Airbus
A versatile and passionate leader with 16+ years of work experience in supply chain management, quality, engineering, and company transformation. Highly competent communicator skilled in building consensus, working collaboratively across boundaries, and achieving results under demanding circumstances. Bringing forth a proven track record of successfully improving supply chain & quality performances and highest team engagement.
Tania Seary is one of the most global, influential members of the procurement and supply chain profession. She is the founder and chairman of Procurious, the world’s first online social network designed specifically for procurement and supply chain professions. Procurious is a culmination of Seary’s long-held belief that improved resources are critical to the progression of the procurement profession globally. Tania has been named “Influencer of the Year” by Supply Chain Dive and recognized by IBM as a “New Way to Engage Futurist.”
Head Of Supply Chain , Lantmännen Unibake
An international executive with over twenty five years experience across the full supply chain. Proven track record delivering results and sustained change via strong team leadership, program management and change management skills. Highly effective influencing and partnering with cross-functional and multi-national teams in either direct or matrix management reporting. Avoiding unconscious bias and supporting diversity and inclusion is a given.