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Are You and Your Company Prepared For a Supply Chain Talent Crisis?

Supply chain programs aren’t graduating enough new practitioners to replace those exiting in the workforce, but the talent crisis is about more than demographics: a shift in thinking must also take place at the corporate level and in academia to develop talent that can collaborate in today’s supply chains.

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Supply chain programs aren’t graduating enough new practitioners to replace those exiting in the workforce, but the talent crisis is about more than demographics: a shift in thinking must also take place at the corporate level and in academia to develop talent that can collaborate in today’s supply chains.

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Demographic shifts pose challenges as well as rich opportunities for supply chain companies that engage with institutions of higher education.

Walmart to sponsor efforts to promote modern manufacturing and jumpstart new approaches to growing manufacturing talent.

The tax-free educational assistance program includes payments for tuition, fees, books, supplies, and equipment for eligible individuals.

Toyota Material Handling North America (TMHNA) announced it has begun accepting applications for the third annual TMHNA University Research Program, a sponsored research program created to drive and advance the next generation of material handling industry technology.

The Amazing Packaging Race, from show producer PMMI, The Association for Packaging and Processing Technologies, brings students and exhibitors together on the final day of the show as student teams complete a series of challenges across the 1.2 million net-square-feet of exhibit space.

The program gives selected students the opportunity to earn while they learn through paid on-the-job training under the direction of an industry mentor.

Highlights form the 2018 IMHRC include a tour of the Port of Savannah, international research collaborations, and opportunities to connect research to industry thought leadership.