How to Retain Gen Z and Millennial Supply Chain Talent

Top 10 supply chain management tactics

Gartner supply chain management research reveals the top 10 tactics for retaining next-generation supply chain talent.

  • The leading tactic is increasing work flexibility. Sixty-one percent of supply chain leaders are rethinking how, when and where work is completed to compete for Gen Z and millennial talent. 
  • 60% of supply chain leaders are innovating on learning and development (L&D) programs to make them more dynamic for next-generation supply chain staff.

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  • Key drivers of high performance
  • Priorities of Gen Z and millennial supply chain talent
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