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Key Findings from TCU’s Working Capital Report
Episode 116023rd August 2023 • Supply Chain Now • Supply Chain Now
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Are we getting back to normal? According to the Global Supply Chain Pressure Index, the level of disruptions in supply chains is moderating. While the current trend suggests lowered levels of volatility, most supply chain managers believe that some shortages and serious disruptions will continue throughout 2023. Are you prepared for what’s to come?

Dan Reeve has been Esker’s Vice President of Sales North America for 10 years, maintaining responsibility for recruitment, training, and direct sales, and supporting a team of excellent sales managers. Morgan Swink is the Eunice and James L. West Chaired Professor of Supply Chain Management, and the Executive Director of the Center for Supply Chain Innovation at Texas Christian University. He is the former Co-Editor in Chief for the Journal of Operations Management, and he continues to serve in consulting and associate editor roles for several top journals.

In this livestream-based episode, Dan and Morgan share key findings from Esker and TCU’s Working Capital Report with hosts Scott Luton and Greg White:

• The tactics organizations are currently using or planning to use to improve working capital

• Outcomes that companies are expecting and experiencing after improving their working capital processes

• Macro-level challenges businesses are most concerned about having to overcome in the future

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