In Episode 18, we are joined with Adebayo Adeleke who explores three truths of supply chain: 1) how emotion is an element of critical thinking, 2) hope is not a cause of action, and logistics is the oxygen that allows supply chains to function. Adebayo Adeleke has an interesting story with twists and turns in different supply chain roles that has led him all over the world. He was a soldier, supervisor, and an officer in the US Army responsible for procurement, strategic sourcing, and logistics. Post retirement, Adebayo is a sought-after consultant, speaker, leadership trainer, and podcaster who shares his passion for supply chain and making an impact in the lives of others. His podcast “UnFettered”shares insights to help global leaders reach their goals in complex transformations.
This episode explores ‘Bayo’s’ journey living in a post-truth era where we synthesize information that can make or break your success. He shares the importance of strategy in logistics, the negative and positive influences of emotions in leadership and change management, and encourages others to not shy away from difficult situations. Lastly, we discuss risk management through the lens of balancing emotion and demand for effective planning.
To learn more about Adebayo, visit: http://www.adebayoadeleke.com
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