New technologies like additive manufacturing (3D printing) and advanced analytics are driving rapid evolution in the supply chain. This evolution is requiring new operating models, often built around Centers of Excellence, increased outsourcing, and segmentation aligned with products and customers. The roles of supply chain organizations are also changing and requiring an entirely different set of competencies.
Supply chain leaders recognize the importance of this shift and consider it extremely or very important to have employees that possess the right technical competencies and leadership and professional competencies. But in most cases, talent management capabilities lag behind especially in China.
To learn more, consider attending the Supply Chain HR & Leadership Forum taking place in Shanghai this Thursday (June 23). This convenient 1/2 day forum will bring together top practitioners under one roof to exchange of insights on key strategic human capital management issues in the supply chain, logistics and procurement professions.
Topic to be discussed include:
– Emerging Trends in the Search for Supply Chain Leadership by Mark Geary, Chief Executive, The Asianet Group
– How to identify, seduce and retain Supply Chain talent? by Sean Li, Associate Director, Greater China, Morgan Philips
– Strategies for Success in a Turbulent World by Chris Deans, President, LeanTech
– How HR can diagnose team issues and find solutions using the The Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team by Andy Wong, Senior Human Resources Consultant, Active X
For more details on the event and the speakers, visit http://cn.scmhr.asia
To register, click on https://yoopay.cn/event/scmhr2016
Participation fee starts at RMB 600 per person (Council member rate) and includes Italian Lunch at Gemma, tea/coffee break and refreshments in the heart of Shanghai.