Who knew supply chain would become a common term throughout the world in early 2020? It certainly has gained a household name during the pandemic, and it continues to be of paramount importance as further supply chain disruptions occur.
Manufacturing and supply chain expert Lisa Anderson, MBA, CSCP, CLTD, President of LMA Consulting Group Inc., has released a special report, "Thriving in 2022: Learning from Supply Chain Chaos. We learned a lot in 2021. One thing is for certain; supply chain volatility isn't going away any time soon.
Supply chain disruptions will continue throughout 2022. In fact, we need to accept that supply chain challenges will be commonplace in the next normal. Each link in the supply chain will continue to blame the others while the end-to-end supply chain will only be as strong as its weakest link. Manufacturers will continue to experience shortages of materials and labor while prices escalate.
Manufacturing and Supply Chain Expert, Lisa Anderson, MBA, CSCP, CLTD, president of LMA Consulting Group Inc., will talk about the current state of the supply chain, and more importantly, what executives should be doing to survive – and thrive – during these volatile times.
Supply chain is dominating the news. Demand is soaring, ports are backed up, container prices are soaring, shipping costs are skyrocketing, warehouses are full, and manufacturers are experiencing extended lead times across the board. The end-to-end supply chain challenges are exacerbated with the great resignation of people. Unfortunately, these issues are not going away anytime soon. [...]
Manufacturing and Supply Chain Expert, Lisa Anderson, MBA, CSCP, CLTD, president of LMA Consulting Group Inc., talks about the current state of the supply chain, impact for 2022 and what executives should expect and how to prepare for success in 2022.
Listen as Lisa Anderson, Diane Garcia, David Ogilvie, Evan Bulmer, and Dr. Karen Wilson-Starks discuss the issues with recruiting and retaining talent in the supply chain.
I will be speaking on a webinar for Today's Medical Developments, Aerospace Manufacturing & Design, and Today's e-Mobility on looking at the supply chain heading into 2022 (the webinars will be archived as well). Supply chain is the hot topic across the board. The answer is NO, supply chain [...]
Many circumstances have added up to create a massive war for talent. As I wrote in Brushware magazine, the skills gap is getting worse by the day. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 4.3 million Americans quit their jobs in August which is a record-breaking month following additional record-breaking months.
The successful manufacturers will be adaptive, resilient and forward-thinking as they respond to changes in demand and recognize an ever-evolving supply chain,” said Manufacturing and Supply Chain Expert Lisa Anderson, MBA, CSCP, CLTD, president of LMA Consulting Group Inc.