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Supply Chain Talent: The Missing Link

The shortage of supply chain talent is growing more severe in emerging economies and in the mid-management roles within the organization. Join this panel of supply chain leaders and academics to gain insights on the 2013 findings and what companies can do about the talent shortage.

Moderator:
Jake Barr, formerly of Procter & Gamble and now CEO/Principal of BlueWorld Supply Chain Consulting LLC

Panel:
Nicholas Little, Michigan State University and the leader of the Educational Consortia
Cindy Urbaytis, MA – Managing Director at the Institute for Supply Management™
Joe Krkoska, Supply Chain Director and Business Manufacturing Leader for External Mfg at DOW AgroSciences
Patrick Curry, Director of Supply Chain Talent Development and University Relations at IBM

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  • Demand Volatility up;Time to Market compressing further;Innovation cycles shortening;Cost pressures escalating;Explosion in new items/trade-off’s;
  • We’ve reached a tipping point for where we can remain viable businesses w/o stepping forward with a major step change.SUCCESS CAN SIMPLY NOT BE DELIVERED BY ‘MUSCLING” YOUR WAY THROUGH THE WORK ANY LONGER
  • 10-15% -70-80% -10-15%

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  • Supply Chain Insights Global Summit #SCISummit September 2013, p.1TM
  • Supply Chain Insights Global Summit #SCISummit September 2013, p.2TM
  • Supply Chain Insights Global Summit #SCISummit September 2013, p.3TM Supply Chain Talent: The Missing Link Nicholas Little Assistant Director of Executive Development Programs Michigan State University Cindy Urbaytis Managing Director Institute for Supply Management Joe Krkoska Supply Chain Director Dow Agrosciences Patrick Curry Director Of Supply Chain Talent Development IBM Jake Barr CEO & Principal BlueWorld Supply Chain Consulting
  • Supply Chain Insights Global Summit #SCISummit September 2013, p.4TM
  • Supply Chain Insights Global Summit #SCISummit September 2013, p.5TM
  • Supply Chain Insights Global Summit #SCISummit September 2013, p.6TM Supply Chain Insights Global Summit #SCISummit September 2013, p.6TM Supply Chain Talent Study Results
  • Supply Chain Insights Global Summit #SCISummit September 2013, p.7TM Study Overview
  • Supply Chain Insights Global Summit #SCISummit September 2013, p.8TM Reporting Relationships
  • Supply Chain Insights Global Summit #SCISummit September 2013, p.9TM Most Respondents Work in a Process Industry and Have 40,000 Employees on Average
  • Supply Chain Insights Global Summit #SCISummit September 2013, p.10TM Respondents are Primarily Managers or Directors, Have 16 Years in Supply Chain on Average and Are Based in the US/Canada
  • Supply Chain Insights Global Summit #SCISummit September 2013, p.11TM Top Issues
  • Supply Chain Insights Global Summit #SCISummit September 2013, p.12TM Biggest Issue Is Mid-Management Talent
  • Supply Chain Insights Global Summit #SCISummit September 2013, p.13TM SIX to One Demand to Supply Imbalance on New Talent Are You Willing to Play the Odds?
  • Supply Chain Insights Global Summit #SCISummit September 2013, p.14TM Looking Ahead… Will the Chaos Continue?
  • Supply Chain Insights Global Summit #SCISummit September 2013, p.15TM Self-Assessment
  • Supply Chain Insights Global Summit #SCISummit September 2013, p.16TM Current State
  • Supply Chain Insights Global Summit #SCISummit September 2013, p.17TM Gap by Position
  • Supply Chain Insights Global Summit #SCISummit September 2013, p.18TM Current Gaps
  • Supply Chain Insights Global Summit #SCISummit September 2013, p.19TM Supply Chain Human Resources Department
  • Supply Chain Insights Global Summit #SCISummit September 2013, p.20TM Training
  • Supply Chain Insights Global Summit #SCISummit September 2013, p.21TM Cross-training
  • Supply Chain Insights Global Summit #SCISummit September 2013, p.22TM Greatest Gaps in Cross-training
  • Supply Chain Insights Global Summit #SCISummit September 2013, p.23TM Can I ignore what is happening? I don’t think it is an issue for us
  • Supply Chain Insights Global Summit #SCISummit September 2013, p.24TM CNNMoney–September2013
  • Supply Chain Insights Global Summit #SCISummit September 2013, p.25TM SEPTEMBER 10, 2013
  • Supply Chain Insights Global Summit #SCISummit September 2013, p.26TM
  • Supply Chain Insights Global Summit #SCISummit September 2013, p.27TM
  • Supply Chain Insights Global Summit #SCISummit September 2013, p.28TM Cross Functional Development “Early and Fast” Leadership Development Technical vs. Leadership Path Process Standardization Must Accelerate! “Retain & Train” Reengineering New Age Techniques Challenge Early – “Risk/Reward” Developing vs. Developed WheretoStart
  • Supply Chain Insights Global Summit #SCISummit September 2013, p.29TM Dual Development Strategies Required  2012Gartner, All Rights Reserved. 40% 20% 40% Undergraduate Industry Value > 400 Respondents in 2010 Survey of Industry Sentiment on University Supply Chain Program Effectiveness. Recruit mentions Number of respondents indicating that they recruit from this program. "Best" mentions Number of respondents indicating they view this as the best program. 54 University Respondents to Request for Information on Supply Chain Programs Undergraduate internships Internships required for completion of an undergraduate program. Average starting salary Undergraduate Program Size 54 University Respondents to Request for Information on Supply Chain Programs Number of full time professors Number of supply chain majors Program Scope Using the Gartner Talent Attribute Model as the Target Framework Number of stations taught How well does curriculum align with all eleven stations in the model.
  • Supply Chain Insights Global Summit #SCISummit September 2013, p.30TM
  • Supply Chain Insights Global Summit #SCISummit September 2013, p.31TM 10 to 15% 10 to 15% 70 to 80%  2012The Procter & Gamble Company, All Rights Reserved.
  • Supply Chain Insights Global Summit #SCISummit September 2013, p.32TM Supply Chain Talent: The Missing Link Nicholas Little Assistant Director of Executive Development Programs Michigan State University Cindy Urbaytis Managing Director Institute for Supply Management Joe Krkoska Supply Chain Director Dow Agrosciences Patrick Curry Director Of Supply Chain Talent Development IBM Jake Barr CEO & Principal BlueWorld Supply Chain Consulting
  • Supply Chain Insights Global Summit #SCISummit September 2013, p.33TM The above represents general industry data from various research sources $60,000 $120,000$100,000$90,000$80,000$70000$45,000 $140,000 $160,000 Supply Chain Integration Customer Support Product Development Supply Chain Management Connecting people to products and services across town and around the globe. Typical Education (or equivalent experience) Secondary Associate/ Vocational Undergraduate Postgraduate Master’s Postgraduate Doctorate Material Handler Driver Long Haul Driver Global Trade Control & Supply Chain Security Supply Chain Planning, Master Scheduling, Forecaster Production & Inventory Control Shop Floor Control, Dispatch, Expedite Warehouse Ops. Planner Demand Planner, Buyer, Buyer/Planner, Procurement Analyst, Procurement Agent Customer/Supplier Program Management Management (Production Control, Distribution, Logistics) Market, Program, & Product Development Packaging Engineering Operations Management (Operational) SupplyChain& ProgramManagement (Strategic) SupplyChainPlanning (Tactical) $80,000 $180,000$160,000$140,000$120,000$100,000$60,000 $200,000 $220,000 $35,000 $90,000$80,000$70,000$60,000$45,000$15,000 $100,000 $120,000 Clerk Traffic, Transportation Planning Logistician, Import/Export Control Management (Logistics, Supplier & Supply Chain Management) Director/Executive Supply Chain Management © 2010 Supply Chain Talent Academic Initiative (SCTAI). Permission to use is granted provided copyright statement and logo are included. Less Years Experience More