Spring 2015 Supply Chain Leaders' Forum
March 5 - 6, 2015 (Welcoming Reception evening of March 4th)
To maintain competitiveness, companies must succeed in integrating their people, process, and technology within and outside its organization. Overcoming fragmentation across functions to create a synchronized end-to-end supply chain has a lot of challenges. This forum explores the challenges that exist and the approaches used to successfully synchronize the supply chain.
Twice a year the Center for Supply Chain Research sponsors an invitation-only, issues discussion program called the Supply Chain Leaders Forum. The program is intended for mid to senior level supply chain managers and executives. Its purpose is to foster peer-to-peer discussions of current issues dealing with logistics and supply chain management and to seek commonalities in business practice. Themes from prior leader forums include supply chain visibility, customization, flexibility, transformation, strategy, Lean/Six Sigma, globalization, environmental sustainability, and talent development.
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