Why Only Few Women are in Supply Chain

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Why are we not attracting more women into the Supply Chain profession? Why are there only about 17% of senior supply chain leaders and logistics who are female?  Great questions, that we need to understand and address.

Sheri Hinish is back to discuss this.

Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on September 30, 2020, under the title Why Only Few Women are in Supply Chain— Sheri Hinish on Logistics Bureau’s website.

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Rob O’Byrne
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2 Responses to “Why Only Few Women are in Supply Chain”

  1. Анастасия says:

    These figures raise curiosity although they offer only a limited view of the representation of women in the field of logistics and SCM. Added to this is the image of women in SCM, conveyed by the specialised press. They appear to be so few in positions of very high responsibility that, when they reach them, their promotion is given special attention in the editorials of specialised magazines or in a special Women’s Day issue.

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