Supply chain executives have been under pressure this year. Meeting the rising demands of their customers, increasing speed to market, expanding eCommerce fulfillment abilities, and reducing overall risk are some of the key initiatives they’ve had to focus on across industries. In addition to the rising demand from consumers, warehouse management talent is growing increasingly more difficult to find and maintain this growing demand. Because of this recent accelerated drive for advancement, omnichannel is changing the overall natural of warehouse operations and strategy.
That said, I’m excited to welcome Aley Morris and Skip Berry to this week’s Taking Stock. Both are senior consultants at Clarkston. Aley and Skip partner with clients across industries on logistics and supply chain implementations. On this episode of Taking Stock we’ll be discussing the impact of eCommerce and direct-to-consumer (DTC) on warehouse, change management, people demand, overcoming inventory issues, and warehouse management systems and trends.
You can download and listen to the Warehouse Management: Taking Stock with Aley Morris and Skip Berry podcast episode here.
In this podcast series, Clarkston Consulting Partner Steve Rosenstock sits down with experts and thought leaders from both within Clarkston and throughout its consumer products and life sciences client-base, covering a range of topics from industry trends and consumer dynamics, to organizational governance and business strategy. Steve provides you access into the passions of its guests and allows you to benefit from their stories, knowledge, and deep expertise.
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Contributions by Aley Morris and Skip Berry