Supply Chain Management Professor Nada Sanders talks AI versus Soft Skills in the Era of digitalisation
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Nada Sanders is a distinguished Professor of Supply Chain Management D’Amore-McKim School of Business at Northeastern University. She also served as a visiting professor at MIT and Harvard Business School.
She teaches and has educated lots of people across many years in the field of supply chain management, with a particular focus on strategic supply chain design, demand management, and technology adoption. She has also written several books and writing the second edition of the Humachine book.
In this episode of the Alcott Global Podcast Leaders in Supply Chain podcast, host Radu Palamariu talks to Nada about the following:
- Nada’ career journey- from mechanical engineering and business school to supply chain
- Diving into forecasting and the advantage of having a technical background
- The second edition of the book- Humachine, and working with AI
- Reskilling and learning based on the new reality
- How important soft skills are to survive the new age
- Introduction to the 4i Model
For more podcasts in this series, visit the Alcott Global website.