5 Supply Chain Management Podcasts You Should Listen To


5 supply chain management podcasts that you should listen to

The supply chain world has been evolving at an unprecedented pace, and constant learning has become not just a luxury but a necessity. We are quite fortunate that the pursuit of knowledge and inspiration is no longer confined to the halls of institutions but instead widely available to anyone with internet access. Infinite supply chain management resources, such as distinguished podcasts, are for our free perusal.

Whether you’re a seasoned professional or just starting in the field, these podcasts offer a wealth of knowledge, practical insights, and industry trends that make them a must-listen for anyone interested in mastering the intricacies of the supply chain industry.

Without further ado, here are five podcasts that are currently shaping the discourse on supply chain excellence and innovation:

Supply Chain Now Podcast

If there’s only one podcast that you could listen to, it should be the Supply Chain Now Podcast. Supply Chain Now is one of the most trusted resources regarding supply chain management and technology. Hosted by Supply Chain Now Founder-CEO Scott W. Lutton and Principal-CMO Greg White, the podcast discusses several supply chain industry topics–automation, logistics, finance, leadership, and other crucial issues. 

Have you got problems with navigating disruptions? Need further information regarding the implementation of new technology? The podcast has everything you need and more. The hosts talk to different supply chain experts, executives, and key people around the globe to offer new perspectives, updates, and insights that can help you level up your supply chain business.

What we love about the podcast is that it’s authentic, open, and sometimes even free-flowing. Apart from the expert hosts and revered guests, they read live comments on their YouTube channel, from which you can also learn a lot from their live audience, some of whom are also a part of the supply chain industry.

It is no wonder that Player FM chose Supply Chain Now as the  “Best Supply Chain Podcast We Could Find” and the Top 1 on Feedspot’s “Top 10 Supply Chain Management Audio Podcasts You Must Subscribe to 2020 and 2021.” 

Supply Chain Revolution by the Supply Chain Queen 

Hosted by the supply chain queen Sheri Hinish, the Supply Chain Revolution podcast is of great importance to your supply chain businesses. While the podcast serves a wide range of supply chain topics, Sheri Hinish has recently delved more into supply chain sustainability, a crucial issue in the industry, especially now that the world is at the onset of climate change and lingering environmental threats.

With episodes spanning an average of 15 minutes, it could be the podcast you can listen to in your precious time, given your busy schedule. Each episode is short but concise, and there’s always a lesson to be derived.

Supply Chain Careers Podcast

As one of the niche supply chain podcasts, the Supply Chain Careers Podcasts focus on careers, talents, and human resources. The podcast features discussions about careers in various supply chain disciplines. In this one-of-a-kind podcast, you can explore topics like career and professional development, as well as strategies for hiring, retaining, and developing supply chain talent.

The podcast is hosted by supply chain talent specialist Rodney Apple, supply chain professor Mike Ogle, and supply chain executive Christ Gaffney, who each offer their unique insights on talent acquisition and retention based on their years of experience. That’s apart from bringing in esteemed experts in the area of supply chain careers.

Supply Chain Matters by The Ferrari Group

The Supply Chain Matters Podcast, produced by supply chain research and consulting organization The Ferrari Group and hosted by its founder, Bob Ferrari, discusses business processes, product demand and supply networks, advanced technology, and other topics in the supply chain arena.

Apart from Bob Ferrari’s expert guests, the podcast derives info and ideas from The Ferrari Group’s trusted research arm, so expect supply chain management and technology updates and key sources from the program.

Let’s Talk Supply Chain by Sarah Barnes-Humphrey

Sarah Barnes-Humphrey is among the most influential women in the supply chain arena. Like the other podcast mentioned, her Let’s Talk Supply Chain podcast discusses the nitty-gritty details of the industry. What makes the podcast unique, however, is that she tackles diversity and inclusion extensively, as well as critical topics such as cancel culture, the imposter syndrome, mentorship, and other matters rarely discussed by other supply chain podcasts. 

As one of the keynote speakers of the Women in Supply Chain Forum and back-to-back winners of the Women in Supply Chain Award organized by Food Logistics and Supply & Demand Chain Executive, Barnes-Humphrey gives extended inspiration and mentorship to people in the supply chain space through her podcast.

These five podcasts offer a range of perspectives, knowledge, and inspiration. They help you navigate the complexities of the supply chain, and all the other elements it encompasses. One of the key solutions that the podcasts always recommend is to go all out in supply chain technology. Aratum’s powerful supply chain solutions can help you elevate your processes, making them efficient and cost-effective. Book a demo now.

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