Supply chain organizations are unnecessarily complex, hindering their agility to execute work and preventing workforce responsiveness. Complex work design results in complex skills and competencies, and employees cannot prioritize the most essential work tasks and outcomes. At the same time, most CEOs cite digital capabilities as an area for increased supply chain investment, and they will expect their workforce to be capable of adopting new technologies. Looking toward 2025, supply chain leaders will need to redesign work to be simpler, focus on capabilities that support digitalization, equip managers to support network-driven development, and design learning to be more actionable. This complimentary webinar lays out the foundation for executing this new approach.
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