|Date||Wednesday, March 22, 2023|
|Time||3:45 PM - 4:30 PM|
If these past few years have taught us anything, it’s that the weakest links of our supply chains reveal themselves when tensions are highest. Indeed, with plenty of examples in the headlines, and maybe a few within our own operations, supply chains are susceptible to breaking down. But sometimes, failure is simply not an option. The whiplash solution has been to add buffer stock wherever spot shortages occurred, but this is only one piece of the puzzle. Supply chain leaders need to think about flexibility, redundancy and perhaps some out-of-the-box tactics. Join three industry experts who will discuss how to plan a critical supply management strategy, and how to adapt that plan to shifting conditions both internal and external to the organization. By stitching together examples from healthcare, third-party logistics and other high cost-of-failure sectors, this session will provide guidance on how to develop a supply chain practice that drives operational effectiveness while curbing the risks of disruption.
- What critical supply management strategies are being employed effectively.
- How to leverage data to define and design a supply chain transformation roadmap.
- How to plan for flexibility and agility within the fulfillment cycle.
|Joe Dudas||Mayo Clinic||Division Chair, Supply Chain Management Innovation and Planning|
|Nabil Malouli||DHL||Senior Vice President, Global E-Commerce|
|Guy Courtin||Tecsys||Vice President, Industry and Advanced Technology|