Risk mitigation is a critical component to managing your supply chain. With the recent outbreak of the Coronavirus, you have to plan for things you never knew would happen. This webinar will give you an update on the status and effects of the Coronavirus on the global supply chain and how you can mitigate risks.
This member-exclusive webinar will give you an update on the supply chain effects of the coronavirus as it spreads across the world. Our speakers provide a variety of views on understanding how to assess where you are in the maturity spectrum for events like these and provide examples of how other organizations are planning and updating their risk mitigation strategies..
Bindiya Vakil, CEO & Founder at Resilinc
Bindiya is a thought leader in the area of supply chain risk management from companies like Cisco and Flextronics. She is credited with bringing SCRM solutions into the mainstream since founding Resilinc in 2010. She holds the patent for evaluating supply chain vulnerability and risk of an enterprise. She is also the founder of the Global Supply Chain Resiliency Council, a non-profit dedicated to advancing the discipline of supply chain risk management. She is on the Advisory Board of the MIT Center for Transportation and Logistics.
Johnathan Hughes, Partner at Vantage Partners
Jonathan's work focuses on supply chain management, complex negotiations, strategic alliances, and organizational transformation. He has worked with leading global companies and state-owned enterprises across a range of industries, to develop and implement new strategies that leverage enhanced collaboration- across internal organizational boundaries, and with external business partners. Jonathan's experience includes strategic and transformational work at both an enterprise and functional level, with a focus on sourcing, procurement, and supply chain management organizations.
Tom Derry, CEO of Institute for Supply Management
Tom has more than 30 years of experience in leadership and general management roles for public and private companies, and in the not- for profit sector. He has executed turn-arounds at the corporate and business-unit level through a variety of means, including acquisitions, divestitures, restructuring, and business process re-engineering. As CEO of the Institute for Supply Management (ISM), Tom has a unique vantage point to observe major macroeconomic trends and the development of global supply chains through his daily contact with Fortune 500 chief procurement officers and chief supply chain officers, with government agencies and NGOs in the United States and abroad, and with leading academics.
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