In January 2020, the streaming media company kicked-off Supply Chain Today & Tomorrow, a monthly discussion with Gartner Vice President of Research Mike Griswold.
The collaboration came about after Griswold made several Supply Chain Now podcast appearances. "The objective insights Mike brings, not only from his research, but also from his practical experience in industry, struck me as particularly impactful to our audience," stated Scott Luton, Founder and Co-Host of Supply Chain Now. "We felt strongly that the level of insight and authority associated with the Gartner brand would resonate our subscribers' desire to learn about supply chain."
Esteem of the supply chain industry continues to rise as enterprises acknowledge the impact that efficient, integrated and digital supply chain excellence has on their ability to satisfy the demands of an ever-more empowered consumer. Supply chain leaders now have a "seat at the table" and planning, optimization, execution and sustainability are top-of-mind for C-Suite leaders. The benefits of effective performance and the avoidance of risk, in terms of sustainability, ethical sourcing, product custody and provenance accrue not only to a company's bottom-line, but also to brand identity and shareholder value.
Griswold, a long-time analyst and advocate for the supply chain industry, sought to extend the reach of meaningful and actionable content for industry practitioners, observers and advocates. The collaboration with Supply Chain Now and their highly engaged audience will stand as a constant keynote informing those that are most impacted, most interested, and who will benefit most from his analysis. "Gone are the days when companies considered supply chain performance a necessary evil," stated Griswold. "Today companies consider their supply chain organization a source of competitive advantage."
The series will be published monthly beginning in January 2020 by Supply Chain Now and will be available wherever podcasts can be found, such as Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts and more, or at https://supplychainnowradio.com.
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