Earlier this year, I launched Talking Logistics, a weekly online video talk show where I interview thought leaders and newsmakers in the supply chain and logistics industry. One of my goals was provide students and young professionals with an interactive platform to engage and network with industry executives.
I’ve had many great guests over the past five months, and I’ve asked many of them the same question: What advice would you give to students and young professionals interested in a supply chain and logistics career?
Then post a comment and share your advice too.
I have some great guests scheduled in the coming weeks, so mark your calendars to join me every Thursday at 12 ET on Talking Logistics to learn and network with industry executives and thought leaders. You can also click here to catch up on past episodes.
Kevin O’Meara: Be as quantitative as you can – the more you can do the mathematics of supply chain, the more you’ll understand it.
Eric Morley and Will O’Brien: Go broad as well as deep, and find an industry mentor. Follow your passion and recognize that supply chain management is about driving top-line growth too.
Art Mesher: Never stop learning. LEARN is an acronym for me: Listen, Educate, Articulate, Research, Network.
Jim Matcham: Strike a balance between going wide and going deep, and take on a big and difficult project every year.