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Webinar | Supply Chain Disruption: From the back office to the boardroom

By Cranfield School of Management
Join talent leaders and executives from organisations around the globe to dig into some of the thorniest challenges facing supply chain and logistics decision-makers and leaders today.

 

This virtual roundtable explores four crucial elements of today’s global supply chain debate; talent, leadership, strategy, and resilience.  Field-leading experts in supply chain and logistics from Cranfield and executive search specialists Odgers Berndtson discuss:

  • Macro-level trends, disruption and the strategic planning needed to counter them, plus a future-forward look at predicted transformation and evolution of supply chains.
  • Analysing the toughest supply chain decisions facing boards today: from the end of globalisation, to funding the ESG agenda, and leading through inflation.
  • Emerging supply chain talent trends: from new types of candidates to defining the ‘true supply chain leader’, and the implications of the war for talent.
  • Increasing resilience: greater visibility with data and systems, and how to improve operational decisions with analytics.

 

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Professor Michael Bourlakis Director of the Centre for Logistics, Procurement and Supply Chain Management.  Michael specialises in helping organisations to develop their thinking and capabilities around the areas of logistics and supply chain management. He works with organisations to improve operations and management in these related areas, with particular expertise in food, retail and sustainable supply chains, as well as the interface between marketing and supply chain management.  

Professor Emel Atkas Professor of Supply Chain Analytics. Emel has B.Sc., M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees in industrial engineering from Istanbul Technical University, Turkey. She began her career at Istanbul Technical University as a research and teaching assistant. She worked as a visiting researcher at Wayne State University, USA and as a lecturer at Dogus University, Istanbul, Turkey during her PhD studies. 


 

Tags: webinar, logistics and supply chain

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