Joanne Joliet is a Research Vice President for the Gartner Supply Chain Strategies team. Ms. Joliet provides insight and advisory support to Chief Supply Chain Officers (CSCOs) and Head Supply Chain Strategy on the future trends and key challenges affecting end-to-end supply chain strategy for various industries, including consumer-retail, industrial, high-tech and life sciences. She focuses on supply chain strategy creation, transformation and execution. This includes how the supply chain supports commercial goals, its digitalization and the balance between risk, resilience and agility. She has over 23 years of experience in the retail industry, including supply chain strategy and digital transformation.
Previously, Ms. Joliet held leadership positions for major retail, technology and consultancy organizations. Ms. Joliet served as Global Lead for Fashion & Apparel at Amazon Web Services, where she delivered cloud migration and modernization strategies, partner solutions, and go-to-market capabilities for apparel and fashion companies globally. She is a Gartner alumna, serving five years as a Senior Director Research Analyst for Retail Industry Advisory Services, where she specialized in unified commerce strategy and execution. She was responsible for driving massive digital transformation efforts at Belk Department Stores and Family Dollars Stores, as well as for many other companies while consulting with Accenture.
Amazon Web Services
Global Lead for Fashion & Apparel
Senior Research Director Analyst - Retail Industry Advisory Services
Belk Department Stores
Vice President, Omnichannel PMO
Supply Chain Head of Strategy Realization
CSCO Strategic Leadership
M.B.A., Kenan-Flagler Business School, University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill
B.S. in Biochemistry, Saint Mary's College
1Digital Supply Chain Strategy and Roadmap
2End-to-end Supply Chain Strategy Creation and Implementation
3Agile Supply Chain
4Supply Chain Strategy to support commercial goals, sales, profit and cash flow
5Automation and the future of work