Hosts: Mike Ogle and Rodney Apple
In This Episode:
We are joined by Steven Rudnicki, Sr. Manager of Global Planning & Scheduling, Global Materials at Westinghouse Electric Company. Steve shares his supply chain career journey through several companies prior to his 15 years at Westinghouse for their nuclear fuels business. Steve provides career advice about how to understand other perspectives, the challenges of coordinated global planning, the art of delegation, how to get a mentor and be a mentor, plus the value of chemistry for a team. He shares several challenges he met by thinking very differently vs. traditional solutions, plus understanding new career challenges to be faced. As an adjunct professor, he also provides his advice to students about learning how to learn, being curious and open to new challenges, plus knowing how to challenge data assumptions.
Steve Rudnicki’s Bio:
Steven Rudnicki is Sr. Manager, Global Planning & Scheduling, Global Materials at Westinghouse Electric Company. He has 40 years of manufacturing experience at 5 different companies in very different businesses in the roles of planning, production, and S&OP. His last 15 years have been with Westinghouse Electric in their Nuclear Fuels business. Steve has also been an adjunct professor in the Supply Chain program at the University of South Carolina for the last 5 years, teaching Operations and Supply Chain Management to graduating Seniors.