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Dr. Islam El Nakib - supply chain talent

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  • Research funded by the Supply Chain Talent Initiative and used with permission
  • Research funded by the Supply Chain Talent Initiative and used with permission
  • Research funded by the Supply Chain Talent Initiative and used with permission
  • Research funded by the Supply Chain Talent Initiative and used with permission
  • Used with permission
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    • 1. Supply Chain Talent Dr Islam El-Nakib Assistant Professor of Supply Chain Management College of International Transport and Logistics AASTMT Alexandria , Egypt
    • 2. Issues for today’s presentation
      • What is the Supply Chain Talent?
      • Supply Chain talent Problem
      • The SC Talent Initiative survey findings
      • The next step
    • 3. What is the Supply Chain Talent?
      • “ I don’t think enough people see supply chain talent in the same light as some of the other risk management issues. I am not worried about the organization farming me out to another country, but there is significant risk in not having a sufficient experience base to hire and support our business objectives.” Large FMCG executive
      “ You must have the right talent in place. There is no longer the ability to hire smart people and allow them to float to the top.” Consumer products executive
    • 4. Supply Chain talent Problem: SCM has an Identity Crisis
    • 5. Problem Statement
      • Most university students do not realize SCM careers .
      • Secondary school counselors do not realize SCM as a field of study and career.
      • Labor authorities doesn’t recognize SCM as an occupation
      • Supply and demand of SCM talent is not aligned
      University SCM graduates are unprepared for day one success in their new jobs
    • 6. Supply Chain: Not a Well Defined or Recognized Career
      • Audiologist
      • Curriculum/training specialist
      • Engineer
      • Firefighter
      • Fundraiser
      • Genetic counselor
      • Ghostwriter
      • Government manager
      • Health policy specialist
      • Higher education administrator
      • Landscape architect
      • Librarian
      • Locksmith/Security system technician
      • Management consultant
      • Mediator
      • Optometrist
      • Pharmacist
      • Physical therapist
      • Physician assistant
      • Politician/Elected official
      • Registered nurse
      • School psychologist
      • Systems analyst
      • Urban planner
      • Veterinarian
      • 10 Top Careers for 2012
      • by BusinessWeek
      •  
      • Web Designer
      • Criminal Investigator
      • Network Administrator
      • CPA
      • Environmental Engineer
      • Forensic Psychologist
      • Software Developer
      • Registered Nurse
      • Special Education Teacher
      • Massage Therapist
      Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2010-2011 Edition (DoL)
      • Material moving occupations
      • Motor vehicle operators
      • Office & Administrative: Material recording, scheduling, dispatching, and distributing
      The 30 Best Careers for 2011 by U.S. News
    • 7. Bundling Roles & Functions into a Profession & Career Warehouse Operations Logistics Traffic Procurement Agent Field Support Post Sales Support Supplier Quality Haz. Mat. Marketing Campaign Support Supplier Program Mgmt Transportation Supplier Management Finance Operations Packaging Engineering Supply Chain Security Import/Export Production Control Buyer/Planner New Product Development Contract Management Relationship Management Kuwait Supply Chain & Logistics Conference 14-15 December 2011
    • 8. Bundling Roles & Functions into a Profession & Career Warehouse Operations Logistics Traffic Procurement Agent Field Support Post Sales Support Supplier Quality Haz. Mat. Marketing Campaign Support Supplier Program Mgmt Transportation Supplier Management Finance Operations Packaging Engineering Supply Chain Security Import/Export Production Control Buyer/Planner New Product Development Contract Management Relationship Management Supply Chain Management Kuwait Supply Chain & Logistics Conference 14-15 December 2011
    • 9. Supply Chain Management Career Path Models Kuwait Supply Chain & Logistics Conference 14-15 December 2011 Operations Supply Logistics Supply Chain Management Connecting people to products and services across town and around the globe. © 2010 Supply Chain Talent Academic Initiative (SCTAI). Permission to use is granted provided copyright statement and logo are included. Support • Demand Planner • Buyer • Buyer/Planner • Procurement Analysts • Procurement Agent • Supply Chain Planning • Forecaster • Master Scheduler • Supplier Program Mgr. • Logistician • Traffic , Dispatcher, Transportation Planning • Warehouse Ops Planner • Packaging Engineering • Driver • Clerk • Material Handler • Production and Inventory Control • Master Scheduler • Demand Planner • Warehouse Ops Planner • Packaging Engineering • Clerk • Material Handler • Global Trade Control • Program Management • Supply Chain Security • Program Management • Product Development • Customer Support • Supply Chain Executive • Supply Chain Tech. Fellow Integration Job role titles vary by company, industry and global region.
    • 10. The SC Talent Initiative survey findings
    • 11. Kuwait Supply Chain & Logistics Conference 14-15 December 2011
    • 12. Kuwait Supply Chain & Logistics Conference 14-15 December 2011
    • 13. Kuwait Supply Chain & Logistics Conference 14-15 December 2011
    • 14. Kuwait Supply Chain & Logistics Conference 14-15 December 2011
    • 15.  
    • 16. 2010 Student Research
      • Who was the first person to tell you about Supply Chain Management? (n=427)
        • 34% - professor, only 8% high school counselor
        • 19% - college career advisor
        • 18% - family member
        • 21% - other (work colleague, friend, other student)
      • What did they say that influenced your decision? (n=95)
        • Career opportunities and in demand (over 75%)
        • Breadth of role
      Kuwait Supply Chain & Logistics Conference 14-15 December 2011
    • 17.
      • Why did you choose SCM as a major? (n= 1479)
        • Matched my strengths = 283 (66%)
        • Long term career opportunities = 251 (59%)
        • Current job availabilities = 239 (56%)
        • It is “different” = 169 (40%)
        • Professor’s influence = 139 (33%)
        • Family member recommendation = 84 (20%)
        • Fellow student’s influence = 64 (15%)
        • Career services advice = 64 (15%)
        • Co-worker/mentor = 20 (5%)
        • Other (reputation- internal & external, choice available, experience, more interesting than accounting!) = 33 (8%)
      Kuwait Supply Chain & Logistics Conference 14-15 December 2011 2010 Student Research
    • 18.
      • Why have you chosen to stay or switch to SCM major? (n=409, Σ = 1379)
        • 69% - Internship & career opportunities
        • 60% - Reputation of college SCM program
        • 47% - Professors
        • 38% - Available options
        • 35% - interaction with SCM professionals
        • 28% - Challenging coursework
        • 16% - Peers in program
        • 8% - Available student organizations
        • 6% - Other (hard to switch, easy coursework, new major)
      Kuwait Supply Chain & Logistics Conference 14-15 December 2011 2010 Student Research
    • 19.
      • When did you decide to follow a supply chain major? (n=409)
        • 78% - Once at university
          • 53% - During second or third year at university
          • 19% - During first year at university
          • 4% - At start of final year at university
          • 2% - during internship
        • 11% - During job (graduate students)
        • 6% - Before leaving high school
        • 5% - Just sort of fell into it
      Kuwait Supply Chain & Logistics Conference 14-15 December 2011 2010 Student Research
    • 20.
      • The next step?
      Kuwait Supply Chain & Logistics Conference 14-15 December 2011
    • 21. University Role
      • Work in partnerships with industry, associations, organizations working in the SCM filed .
      • Design and implement programs which meet current and future supply chain talent requirements as research, planning and forecasts.
      Kuwait Supply Chain & Logistics Conference 14-15 December 2011
    • 22. Organizations and Professional Association Role
      • Assist in deployment of conference presentations and workshops, and articles .
      • Facilitate participation in research and data collection through their membership to support the students and fresh industry executives.
      • Contribute, non-competitively sensitive material, programs and best practices that can assist the supply chain community at large.
      Kuwait Supply Chain & Logistics Conference 14-15 December 2011
    • 23. Thank you
      • www.aast.edu aast.edu/en/colleges/citl [email_address]
      Kuwait Supply Chain & Logistics Conference 14-15 December 2011