Dave DuBose Discusses Supply Chain Management on Voice of America

June 6, 2016 Topics: Media, News

Dave DuBose and Maureen Metcalf, host of the Voice of America Innovative Leadership Series, discuss Dave's experience with supply chain optimization and what corporate leaders should be thinking about with regard to how effective supply chain management contributes to accomplishing overall organizational strategy. When a supply chain is done well, it is cost effective and attracts limited attention. When done poorly, it can easily damage a company’s reputation. Dave will share his experiences of strategic solutions and pitfalls.

Topics include:                                                                              
1. What role does supply chain play in business? In society?
2. What trends are you seeing in supply chain work and how will it change the supply chain practice in the next few years?
3. What are common business issues that companies face in supply chain optimization?
4. What innovative solutions should companies be considering?

Listen to the entire interview.

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