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How to Make a Lot of Noise on Supply Chain Excellence With Azuka Okeke
Episode 80710th January 2022 • Supply Chain Now • Supply Chain Now
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Like many of us, Azuka Okeke once thought supply chain was boring--until it became clear what a profound impact it had on everything from public health to global problem-solving. Now, as CEO of the Africa Resource Center for Excellence in Supply Chain Management, she's working to encourage local manufacturing in Nigeria as a key component for the timely delivery of medications. She's no stranger to making noise on important issues - and she has plenty to teach us on the topic. Tune in as she chats with Scott and special guest co-host Jenny Froome from SAPICS on educating local governments, facilitating successful private/public sector collaborations, sustainably tackling sustainability and more.

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