5 Supply Chain Podcasts to Try
The supply chain crisis is evolving by the day. And with many factors at play, it can be hard to stay informed. Consider plugging into these audio podcasts to keep current on the latest supply chain news and ideas.
Let’s Talk Supply Chain: Every week, Toronto resident and supply chain expert Sarah Barnes-Humphrey leads guests in candid discussions about supply chain challenges, trends, and strategies. Her 270-plus episode catalog includes interviews with global industry leaders, innovators, and futurists.
The SupplyChainBrain Podcast: A weekly recap of the latest supply chain developments, as well as discussions on the latest trends and ideas. Recent topics include “Stitching Together the Physical and Digital Supply Chain” and “Why Supply Chains are Embracing Decision Intelligence.”
Freightvine: Hosts Dr. Chris Caplice & Dr. Inam Iyoob “cut through speculation and rumors to get to the bottom of what’s happening in the transportation markets.” Each of the 70-plus episodes features talks with industry experts and aims to “lift the uncertainty that clouds the freight marketplace.”
Supply Chain Revolution: Hosted by industry veteran Sheri Hinish (aka “The Supply Chain Queen”) this podcast seeks to “explore [supply chain] topics and challenge paradigms like old school vs. new school, analog vs. digital, price vs. value, linear vs. circular, and many more.” Hinish’s episodes feature guest interviews and expert insights into supply chain sustainability, risk resiliency, workforce challenges, and emerging tech, among other timely topics.
Leaders in Supply Chain and Logistics Podcast: Join Alcott Global’s Radu Palamariu for a weekly deep-dive into supply chain topics featuring interviews with leaders on the frontlines. As Palamariu notes, "My job is to connect you with global experts, thought leaders, and executives in all things supply chain. I will do my best to pick their brain on Supply Chain and Logistics leading-edge technologies, leadership stories, and personal success habits."
These are a sample of the many supply chain podcasts available for download. Check your music/podcast player for more suggestions.
Getting started with podcasts
Podcasts are a free, fun, and informative way to “plug” into a passion or industry topic. All that’s required is an internet-enabled device (e.g., smartphones, laptops, computers, car stereos, etc.). To get started:
1. Download a podcast application (“app”) from your device’s app store (e.g., Apple’s
Apple Store or Android’s Google Play). Top options include Spotify,
YouTube Music, Stitcher, Podbean, but there are many free options.
2. Open the app and type in the podcast name or topic you’re searching for.
3. Choose a podcast from the search results and either download it to your device or click “play” to stream it instantly.
4. When you find a podcast you like, click "Subscribe" to stay notified of the latest episodes.
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