SHERI R. HINISH, SUPPLYCHAINQUEEN®
CEO, PODCAST HOST, NEW SCHOOL SUPPLY CHAIN, SUSTAINABILITY, SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT, LEADERSHIP & CHANGE MANAGEMENT
Are you ready to get social with the leading strategist and analyst that brands consistently leverage to connect their customers with trends in supply chain, retail, manufacturing, sustainability, and change leadership in digital transformations? Named a Supply & Demand Chain Executive Pro to Know in 2021, 2020, and 2019 and a 'Top 100 Women in Supply Chain' by Supply Chain Digital, Sheri is widely recognized for her provocative PoV and challenging conventional ways of thinking and leading in the Supply Chain Revolution. She is also IBM's Global Partner and GTM Lead in Sustainable Supply Chain and Green Retail. She helps brands and executives cut through the noise and stand out across digital networks to connect, influence, and grow their customer base. The right message, the right audience, the right expertise for credible thought leadership. The podcast is not pay-for-play. If you'd like to be featured or are interested in services, please share the details below.
Core Themes in the Supply Chain Revolution
The “we’ve always done it this way” operating model is over. Supply chain has never had a bigger seat at the table. Advances in supply chain technology, data science, corporate social responsibility create opportunities like no other decade in our existence to building a new global economy that is circular. This requires a “new school” shift that puts the customer experience, supply chains with purpose, and leadership front and center.
Corporate Sustainability isn't philanthropy. We help companies understand supply chains are a conduit for social responsibility, environmental stewardship, and the win-win of ' doing well and doing good" to transform the world we share.
We are leaving value on the table and take-make-waste, or linear economy, is costing our planet and our supply chains billions in value leakage annually. The Supply Chain Revolution embraces circularity, making fiscal sense of shifting toward regenerative, restorative processes and designing for zero waste in end-to-end supply chain orchestration.
This is the decade of action. Propelled by purpose, new school leaders understand the inter-connectivity of industrial, technological, environmental and human systems. Sustainable Development and Supply Chains are a conduit to realizing many of the SDGs by 2030.
The way we lead, hire, think, design, connect, share in communities of practice is shifting. New diversity includes challenging paradigms for inclusion by transforming culture, developing multi-disciplinary teams, and encouraging diversity, divergence, and radical collaboration.
The ability to lead in Supply Chain 5.0, digitalization, the future of work, and transition toward sustainable, circular models requires new-school leadership. Themes include headspace, modus operandi, stewardship, and understanding new impacts in transformation and beyond.
DYCI MANNS SFREGOLA
Connected Planning, Business Transformation, Change Management, People Enablement, Digital Supply Chain
Humanitarian Supply Chain, Cold Chain, International Development, Change Leadership, Logistics
Sustainable Fashion, Sustainability, Supply Chain Operations, Circular Thinking, Manufacturing Excellence
Supply Chain Risk Management, Supply Chain Strategy, Sustainable Procurement, Supplier Management, Business Continuity Planning