Learn from today’s leading experts in design, sourcing, cost engineering, and executive management how they get the insights they need to decide how to make it and where to make it.
Episode 43 | April 20, 2023
Donald Stamets | Supply Chain Relationships Manager
Supply chain disruptions and the fluctuations in raw materials prices mean that unless you have collaborative supplier relationships, you’re not going to have any. Learn how collaboration efforts pay off in win-win profits.
Episode 26 | December 8, 2022
Best of Supply Chain 2022
Leah Archibald reviews 2022 with Rob Lidster, Craig McLeod, Lily Thomas, and Bernard Hensey | bringing expertise from GE, GM, Baker Hughes, and Boeing
What did 2022 teach us about supply chain management? Four podcast all-stars share how to collaborate more effectively with suppliers and adapt quicker to disruptions – all lessons manufacturers need to take into 2023.
Episode 19 | September 28, 2022
Cash Burn: Managing Cash in a Downturn Economy
Bernard Hensey | former CEO, Boeing Shanghai
In the face of economic headwinds, manufacturers have to maintain their most precious resource: cash. Quick decisions can protect manufacturers from cash burn and turn an economic crisis into a competitive opportunity.
Episode 12 | July 20, 2022
Automotive Insight: EV Supply Chain Sustainability
Craig McLeod | former Director of Advance Planning, GM
High demand for electric vehicles bodes well for EV manufactures, but only if they can deliver their product amidst supply chain shortages and fluctuating materials costs.
Episode 8 | June 22, 2022
CEOs on Why Digital Transformations Succeed or Fail
Stephanie Feraday & Jody Markopoulos | CEO aPriori & former CEO GE Intelligent Platforms
The threats facing manufacturing today – from labor shortage to materials prices to inflation – are not going away. Digital transformation can be a solution, but only if manufactures see the change through to the end.
Episode 1 | May 25, 2022
Risk-Proof Your Supply Chain
Lily Thomas | former Sourcing Systems Leader, Baker Hughes
Supply chain disruptions can come from components shortages, political unrest, or even just the weather. Sourcing expert Lily Thomas shares how to use data to mitigate the cost of disruptions and turn supply chain resiliency into a competitive advantage.
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