An Executive Discussion on Leveraging People to Maximize Supply Chain Technologies and Performance

  • Understanding the human element of supply chain performance amidst the ongoing technological transformation
  • Transitioning the system-based foundations of stability, reliability, and predictability found in the manufacturing plant to the distribution center
  • Shifting the organizational mindset from incremental improvement to breakthrough using zero-loss thinking and a tiered management system
  • Weaponizing the supply chain to serve as a base for competitive advantage and financial results

Jordan Workman
Global Director of Client Development
Performance Solutions by Milliken

As Global Director of Client Development, Jordan helps clients assess their operational performance and create strategies to deliver on corporate performance expectations. Clients served span a variety of industries, including agriculture, automotive, pharma, chemical, food and beverage, mining and specialty plastics. Prior to Milliken, Jordan last served as Marketing Director for Owens Corning, responsible for creating and executing a go-to-market strategy that aligned commercial, supply chain, and operational capabilities. He brings a wealth of knowledge on how to bridge cross-cultural differences and drive performance. Jordan holds a degree in Economics & Political Science from West Virginia University.