Hosts: Rodney Apple, Chris Gaffney, and Mike Ogle
In This Episode:
In this, the first episode of the Supply Chain Careers Podcast series on Supply Chain Talent Building and Engagement, we speak with Aaron Lincove, who is the HR Americas Leader at Graphic Packaging International. Aaron joins all three of our co-hosts to discuss how HR and talent building professionals can work best with supply chain leaders and managers to find, hire, and develop great individuals and teams. Aaron provides his own career progression and his advice about how to develop the interface between HR business partners and executive leadership. He talks about the evolution of the relationships and where the industry is headed. Aaron talks with us about how to find both entry-level and seasoned professionals, plus the value of proactively planning for the next team and understanding how to keep individuals and teams engaged, emphasizing the great value of both onboarding and continuous development plans. Aaron closes with advice to both HR professionals and Aaron closes with advice to both HR professionals and supply chain professionals, particularly in dealing with change and transformations.
Who is Aaron Lincove?
Aaron is currently Vice President, HR for the Americas Business Unit at Graphic Packaging, LLC, a leading provider of sustainable fiber-based packaging solutions to the world’s most widely-recognized food, beverage, foodservice and other consumer products companies and brands. Prior to Graphic Packaging, Aaron was SVP of Human Resources for Kenco Group, a $1B Supply Chain Solutions company which provides warehouse operations, transportation, supply chain consulting and brokerage services to a variety of Fortune 500 clients. Aaron has also held HR leadership roles in HR Business Partner and Talent Management capacities at Pulte Group, and prior to that, at Coca-Cola within their bottling operations. Aaron started his HR career with ACH Food Companies in Memphis, TN. Aaron is a graduate of The Ohio State University with a Master’s in Labor & Human Resources and a B.A. in International Relations.