IBF Roundtable: You're Hired! Employment Trends & Tips

IBF’s new roundtable discussions feature world-leading experts and thought leaders in forecasting and demand planning. The first roundtable in this series brings together recruiters, hiring professionals, managers, and practitioners to debate and provide their insights on the state of employment in forecasting and planning.

Designed for both hiring managers and jobseekers/practitioners, we’ll talk about current employment conditions and how companies are reacting to current economic challenges, and what the employment landscape looks like going forward. We’ll ask whether the role of demand planner can be done remotely and provide some tips you can use to give yourself an edge in the job market and stand out at interviews. And of course, we will answer your questions about building your teams, finding your next role, getting the most out of your next job, and more.

You will learn:
  • Recent trends for employers and attracting talent
  • Changing workspaces and if remote work is now feasible in our field
  • Salary studies and new types of positions being developed
  • Tips to become more competitive in the job market
author
Lori Anter, MBA, CPF
Director, Demand Planning
Cardinal Health
Lori joined Cardinal Health in 2017 and has 20 years’ experience in Demand Planning and S&OP. In her current role as Director of Demand Planning, she oversees the Americas Demand Planning Department and Global consolidation of forecasts, develops new processes and drives change. Lori created a team of Demand Planners, developed the Demand Planning process and templates, and led the implementation of IBP during and through the completion of a Transition Service Agreement. Lori Anter is an active member of the New England IBF Chapter and has a passion for mentoring and coaching Demand Planners. She holds an MBA, Logistics, Materials and Supply Chain, from Bryant University.
author
James Bleyer
Director of Planning & Procurement
Kitchen Cabinet Distributors
James is an experienced Demand Planner with a demonstrated history of working in the consumer goods industry. In April 2019 he took the position of Director of Planning and Procurement for Kitchen Cabinet Distributors where he oversaw the development of a planning team and implementation of new software. Prior to this He spent over 10 years at companies like Tempur Sealy and Hartz Mountain as a Demand Planning Manager, redefining responsibilities, leading teams, and driving improvements.
author
Aaron Wehner
Director of Supply Chain Planning
Global Plumbing Group at Moen
Aaron is the Director of supply chain planning for the global plumbing group of Men where he leads the supply chain planning team of over 35 managers and associates. His team’s responsibilities span from Demand Management, Global Inventory and Capacity Planning, Master Scheduling, Materials Planning, and the end to end Global Sales & Operations Planning Process. He began his education at The Ohio State University and went on to get his MBA at Bellarmine University. Since then he has had a rich career as a demand manager and director designing and deploying demand planning processes, developing teams, and providing leadership.
author
Jason Breault
Managing Director
LifeWork Search
Mr. Breault is the Managing Director of LifeWork Search, a Management Recruiting firm. Jason has worked with leading soft goods, hard goods, and food and beverage companies—ranging in size from $50 million to $20 billion—to identify top talent in areas like demand planning, supply planning, operations planning, production planning, and S&OP. He is a board member of the New England chapter of IBF. He has also spoken at several APICS and IBF events and appeared in several SupplyChainBrain.com videos on the subject of Talent Management. Jason spent more than five years at AMR Research in Boston (now Gartner), a leading research and advisory organization focusing on the supply chain best practices and applications being leveraged to help cut costs and increase revenues.
author
Eric Wilson, CPF
Director of Thought Leadership
Institute of Business Forecasting & Planning
Eric is a predictive analytics and business planning innovator, author, and speaker. He is the Director of Thought Leadership at the IBF. Prior to this he worked as the Director of Demand Planning at Escalade Sports, Director of Demand Planning at Berry Plastics, and Director of Demand Planning & S&OP at Tempur Sealy International. In 2016, he received the Excellence in Business Forecasting & Planning award from the IBF. He is an IBF Certified Professional Forecaster (CPF) with over 20 years of experience. Eric is a visionary in his field, a frequent speaker and panelist for many executive forums and professional conferences, and has written numerous articles in publications such as The Journal of Business Forecasting and APICS Magazine. He is also the author of the book Cultural Cycles.
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