The agri-food system is changing and your organization is no doubt working through the ways to cultivate competitive advantage in an industry that’s moving at warp speed. But disruption and chaos in the marketplace isn’t necessarily always a bad thing.
We all know that buying and selling agricultural inputs is more than just receiving or offering a lower price. But can we be more specific?
Knowing your customer base is more important than ever, especially when your customer base includes the complex operations run by today’s large-scale commercial agricultural producers.
Our complex agri-food system is dynamic and ever changing. Managers and the teams they lead have to be able to positively adapt to change and adversity.
Bill Stumph, CFO of Ag Alumni Seed and 2016 graduate of the MS-MBA program talks about how his degree has benefited him and his company.
As the center celebrates 30 years, Dr. Allan Gray dreams about what the food and agriculture industry will look like in the next 30 years and what role the center will play.
Income is a bigger drive of food demand than population growth, which has supply implications for all of agriculture. That includes the seed industry. Allan Gray and Michael Gunderson discuss how income drives demand and what the seed industry can do to help growers increase production as populations grow and food demand changes.
Effective talent management is a key to successful business strategy. The 2015 National Conference for Agribusiness will help leaders affect change in the way their companies manage their most important assets: people.