2021-03-05 Building a Resilient Supply Chain – SAP Panel Discussion
Event Overview – Friday, March 5, 2021:
The world and everyone in it has gone through an accelerated time of change in the past year. Governments, Companies, Educational Institutions and individuals have all been touched, and in some cases in big ways, by the need for and lack of resilient supply chains. While Covid can be named as a major disruptor, it is by no means the only thing that is in play, or that will be in play, shaping today’s flow of goods and services. At SAP we have the benefit of working with and seeing many aspects of this disruption across our customer base. We, through our customers and SAP directly also see the trends and best practices emerging today as we proceed to the next chapter of reality.
Please join our panel of experts as they share and discuss their points of view on where we have been, where we are and what is to come in the quest for the ultimate resilient supply chain. Our panel will also share best practices, lessons learned and predictions of future requirements for companies to master supply chain agility, sustainability and resiliency along with career advice for those in or contemplating a Supply Chain career path.
Welcome and Introductions: Julia Bernhardt, CSCMP Chicago Roundtable Education Committee Chair
Moderated by: Dave Fowler, Sr. Marketing Director – NA Digital Supply Chain at SAP America, Inc.
- 3 pm CST Introductions
- 3:05 pm CST Panel Discussion
- 3:35 pm CST Q&A
- 4 pm CST Adjourn
All funds collected will support the CSCMP Chicago Roundtable mission of “To lead the supply chain profession by connecting, developing, and educating the world’s logistics and supply chain management professionals throughout their careers”
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