Supply chain professionals are regularly asked to save the day for their company… so does that make a career in supply chain an adventure?
In this episode, host Chris Barnes speaks with Megan Preston Meyer, a former insight analyst, about her illustrated book: FIFO Saves the Day, a Supply Jane Adventure. The purpose of the book is to teach supply chain principles – including stock rotation - to children.
The STEM movement aims to ensure that kids are exposed to the fields of science, technology, engineering, and math – and this book makes sure that supply chain is included as well.
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