Retaining and securing top talent across logistics operations and supply chain management is crucial for the continued recovery and success of the automotive sector. The ‘Great Resignation’ has impacted companies globally, and automotive companies compete across sectors for new workers. Attracting and retaining logistics employees, including internally, is more challenging than ever, considering the extreme pressures and demands on today’s supply chains, as well as fast changing technology. However, the heightened recognition of supply chain disciplines, along with more focus on digitalisation and sustainability, is a huge opportunity for companies to develop talent, too.

 In the room are also students from universities including Wayne State and Michigan State.

A panel discussion featuring:

  • Matt Pohlman, chief executive officer at Automotive Industry Action Group (AIAG)
  • Amy Broglin-Peterson, adjunct faculty, Department of Supply Chain Management at Michigan State University

Moderated by Richard Logan, senior content producer at Automotive Logistics.

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This panel took place during the Automotive Logistics & Supply Chain Global conference September 20-22, 2022 in Detroit. All sessions and interview are available to view for registered users of Automotive Logistics.
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