COMPLETE THE FORM TO DOWNLOAD THE GUIDEName*Email* This iframe contains the logic required to handle Ajax powered Gravity Forms. Career Advice for Supply Chain ExecutivesFor the past two years, the supply chain ecosystem has seen lots of disruptions: pandemic, natural disasters, resource shortages, global trade conflicts or other unpredictable events. There will always be disruption of some sort, given the intricacies and inter-connections of global supply chains and trading agreements. These are testing different organizations’ resiliency, flexibility, and agility from the company’s operations and finance to its organizational structure.While the global supply chains are dealing with disruption, no crisis is going to waste, but will accelerate the future and the new generation of leaders in supply chain will need to live with a foot into the future, to be successful in running the supply chains of the world in a sustainable and cost efficient way.As the supply chain industry is going through so much transformation in becoming the place where the businesses’ competitive edge will be created, the careers in the supply chain industry are evolving at a high speed. The global supply chain leaders are required to take a seat at the business table, understand the business and the value they can create, and build resilient and high performing organizations. Throughout 2021, Alcott Global hosted over 200 supply chain and human resources leaders, professional coaches, and trainers in over 50 podcast episodes and 4 global supply chain summits. We embarked on this learning journey, with over 20,000 supply chain professionals, keeping the pulse of the supply chain industry. We are covering in the 2022 edition of the Career Advice for Supply Chain Executives report, what today’s leaders of supply chain organizations, consider as must have traits to run the supply chains of the future, where geopolitics, pandemic lockdowns, increased cost of transportation, decarbonization, sustainability, and suppliers’ health are the perquisites. The report also addresses how diverse talent will benefit the business, and valuable career advice.The Leaders Featured in the report:Ivanka Janssen, Chief Supply Chain, EVP, PhilipsMette Johansson, Founder & Owner, Metamind TrainingAndrew Bryant, Motivational Speaker & Executive Coach, Self LeadershipManish Bundhun, Chief People and Transformation Executive, Rogers GroupMichael Corbo, Chief Supply Chain Officer, Colgate-PalmoliveDouglas Augusto Guilherme, VP of Global Supply Chain, EcolabFrancesca Gamboni, Chief Supply Chain Officer, Accell Group Robbert Van Trooijen, SVP, Head of LATAM and The Caribbean, A.P. Moller-MaerskSwati Patil Rao, Senior Director – Head of APAC Supply Chain & Logistics, Zoetis Inc.Andreu Marco, COO, Holland & Barrett Jim Carling, Segment VP Human Resources, TE ConnectivityRoberta Duarte, Global Headquarters Ocean & Logistics HRBP, A.P. Moller – MaerskSusan Johnson, EVP Global Connections and Supply Chain, AT&TTim Hourihane, Vice President Global Supply Chain & Logistics, Zoetis Inc.Emer Cunningham, VP Internal Medicine Global Supply Chain, PfizerFrancisco Betti, Head of Shaping the Future of Advanced Manufacturing and Production, World Economic ForumRadu Palamariu, Managing Director, Asia Pacific & Europe, Alcott GlobalShub Faujdar, Head of Training and Development, Alcott GlobalCOMPLETE THE FORM TO DOWNLOAD THE GUIDEName*Email* This iframe contains the logic required to handle Ajax powered Gravity Forms.