There is no doubt about it, supply chain markets across the world are becoming more competitive. Regional and rural areas are also experiencing challenges with rapidly growing communities meaning certain areas are facing unprecedented levels of demand – putting more pressures on our value chains.
It comes as no surprise that organisations rely on effective supply chain management to contribute to the ‘bottom line’. The disruptions uncovered by the pandemic remain high and they’re not going to slow down any time soon.
Businesses that were exposed in the pandemic either came to the realisation that they didn’t have the right talent or needed specific skill sets to fix certain issues – but now with low unemployment rates and high competition – attracting these candidates has become difficult.