Putting Supply Chain Intelligence to the Test

Supply chain innovations are advancing rapidly as a byproduct of the turmoil caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. While the sheer depth, breadth and scope of the disruption is unlike anything we have experienced in our careers, most supply chain professionals are adept at risk mitigation. Why should 2021 be any different?

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The Pandemic Challenge: Pivoting Supply Chain Requirements to Deep Insights and Resilience

The COVID-19 pandemic is the most serious challenge the world has faced for decades, affecting almost every aspect of our lives in every corner of the globe. One of the biggest challenges, beyond public health, has been to keep global supply chains flowing – ensuring factories can secure goods and services including raw material to logistics in order to meet customer demand and expectations, despite unprecedented pandemic disruptions.

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Impact of Digital Transformation on Supply Chains: Real-time Responses are Required

The ripple effect of digital transformation on global supply chains has created a groundswell of opportunities to deliver improved customer experiences through more seamless communications and faster decision making. The kind of responsiveness enabled by digital tools and technologies has altered supply chain strategies dramatically.

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Don Hnatyshin leads the Global Supply Chain, Operational Excellence and Procurement organizations including responsibility for the Molex Global Shared manufacturing plants in China, India, Mexico, and the Philippines.

Since joining Molex in 2018, Don has led Molex’s Intelligent Digital Supply Chain transformation focused on industry-leading customer service, accelerated product development and innovation.

Don has nearly 35 years of experience in Supply Chain and Procurement, including serving as Senior Vice President, Chief Supply Chain & Procurement Officer at Jabil, where he was responsible for Global Procurement and Supply Chain transformation. Prior to his career at Jabil, Don was Corporate Vice President at Future Electronics where he led the company’s Asia business region.

Don has served on several advisory boards, supporting many top OEMs and disruptive start-ups in the electronics ecosystem.

Don earned a Bachelor of Commerce in Marketing degree from John Abbott College.