Want a successful logistics operation? Start with the recruit

10/19/2011 | IndustryWeek

Companies that want to closely monitor global suppliers and improve operations need to work harder at recruiting qualified supply chain managers, David Blanchard writes. "As logistics become ever more intrinsic to a company's ability to attain its business goals, [companies] must be able to put trust in supply chain leaders to be prepared for future business challenges," says talent-management executive Neil Collins of Heidrick & Struggles.

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