Grow your career


Christian Harper

I have spent the last ten years of my working life interviewing supply chain professionals for positions in disciplines such as production, engineering, purchasing, procurement, planning & forecasting, distribution & logistics. This equates to a little over 4,500 hours talking to people working in supply chain-related disciplines, all of which were in contemplation about changing their jobs or actively pursuing a new position.

I thought I would share with you anecdotal evidence of what I believe is common to all successful supply chain people and why so many people find managing their careers in this field an ongoing challenge.

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