Behind the buzzwords lie actions which are driving logistics and the supply chain sectors to new heights. Industry 4.0, digitisation, university curricula preparing our future leaders, and perceived attractiveness of existing and new jobs within the sector are amongst our challenges. We also know that diversity creates innovation, makes our organisations more resilient and better places to work, and that collaborating with diverse teams in other organisations further spurs change and growth. What are our next steps?
2020 – 2022: Learning from Stora Enso and a multitude of other leading organisations across Europe and beyond, we are looking at how we can all make our businesses and the entire logistics sector more ‘sustainable’ for the future – not just in terms of the environment, but our value-add proposition for stakeholders.
F&L Hamburg, May 2019: To keep pace with the constant change in our business environments, we need to balance our experienced workforce with an agile, digitally savvy young people who are keen to reinvent themselves and their workplaces. Younger generations  make up more than 50% of the global workforce (‘millennials’ 35%, generation Z 24%) and attracting and keeping talent is a burning issue for leaders.