APQC Infographic: Cultural Influencers and Supply Chain Improvement

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In addition to well-publicized logistics and manufacturing issues, supply chains have seen the impact of the pandemic-driven Great Resignation. Employing people to stay with the company means giving more importance to company culture. The benefits associated with the culture go beyond the staff. Culture can help improve supply chain processes. In fact, many organizations that seek to improve their supply chain processes face cultural barriers.

Identifying the cultural influencers on employees is an important first step for an organization looking to shape or nurture its culture. Strategically engaging these individuals can help supply chain organizations achieve their innovation goals and overcome obstacles such as poor communication and limited employee engagement. Employing approaches such as gap analysis and cultural assessment tools can help organizations get an overview of their current culture before working to steer the culture in new directions.

Check out the related Benchmarks story in this month’s issue of SCMR.

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November 2, 2022

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