Apprentice Power - Advancing the Human Capital Supply Chain

Apprentice Power collaborates with employers and industry and trade associations to facilitate the development of apprenticeships and other workforce models for the human capital supply chains of advanced and emerging industries. 


The ability to effectively connect  and communicate with co-workers has  become a central component of the hiring criteria for supply chain  workers. 

Soft  or non-cognitive skills are important in an environment in which  collaborative learning is central to success. In today’s on-demand  economy, supply chain excellence is critical to a company’s growth and  sustainability.  


Productive organizations are hiring people with diverse skill sets, which includes workers who are flexible, eager to learn and understand the value of collaboration. 

Senior leadership must also groom and rely on front line leaders and managers to deliver end-to-end integration, anticipate and mitigate risks, and develop innovative business solutions.  


 http://www.apics.org/docs/default-source/careers-competency-models/supply-chain-manager-competency-model.pdf