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CSCMP Supply Chain Hall of Fame
February 04, 2021

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Overview of the Inaugural Supply Chain Hall of Fame Exhibit Devoted To Henry Ford

CSMCP Supply Chain Hall of Fame is designed to shine a light on extraordinary innovations and the accomplishments of industry leaders. I am happy to share, Henry Ford, who was inducted for his use of the assembly line, is featured in the inaugural exhibit of the CSCMP Supply Chain Hall of Fame.

Check out this video to learn about Ford’s innovative professional history and more.

Supply Chain Lessons From Supply Chain Hall of Famer Henry Ford

“The only true test of values, either of men or of things, is that of their ability to make the world a better place in which to live.” - Henry Ford


There are countless lessons and insights we can gather from Henry Ford, who the inaugural CSMCP Supply Chain Hall of Fame exhibit is devoted to.


In this video, I take a look at the many lessons Henry Ford’s work provides current and future supply chain leaders.

 

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