Many larger organizations have an upper management position solely responsibility for the global supply chain. Often this position is referred to as the Chief Supply chain Officer or CSCO. In recent years the duties associated with this function has transitioned from a hands-on operator to a strategist.
Because complex supply chains are often riddled with waste, redundancy, and inefficiency, they represent a tremendous opportunity. Consequently, today’s supply chain leaders can be instrumental in helping organizations achieve its expansion goals. Savvy CSCOs will focus on innovative solutions, anticipate change and look for ways to turn the supply chain into a competitive advantage.
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