Ever wonder why we get those songs stuck in our heads? Ever have that recurring, nagging thought about some unfinished task or project? There is a very good and costly reason that it happens to all of us. Join us for this webinar as we explore both the business case and the psychology (mental health case) for workplace organization. We will explore why it happens, what is happening and why workplace organization is so very important to your overall performance.
February 15, 2019
12 noon to 1 pm EDT
Ever wonder how Project Managers do what they do? How do they keep up with the current state of so many moving parts? Project Managers and Supply Chain professionals share some similar responsibilities, such as working across the organization and handling time sensitive and confidential efforts. Come find out what can you learn from the Project Manager’s toolbox that will improve your day-to-day skills and give your productivity (and, sanity) an instant boost. Learning Objectives – Skills, Tips & Tricks to Drive Productivity: Building a Better Plan, Improving Communication, and Managing Risks.
February 27, 2019
12 noon to 1 pm EDT
Amazon has turned the business landscape on its head. Netflix has transformed the entertainment industry. Uber has revolutionized the transportation industry. Aerospace firms are feeling the squeeze. Are you ready for what’s next?
This presentation will feature an interactive discussion on strategies and methods for creating a resilient supply chain. In addition, instead of reacting to disruption, we’ll explore ideas to turn that on its head –why not become the disruptor?
March 20, 2019
3 pm ET
Is your organization embarking on a new Supply Chain Management implementation? Keep these 4 often
overlooked topics in mind when you are designing and implementing your project: Product Design, Change Management, Project Team Design, and Choosing an
April 11, 2019
12 noon ET
"Leadership is about inspiring people. It’s a work style that helps them figure out ‘where we need to go’ by setting direction and creating vision."
President & Co-Founder, SecureMarking
Author, "Supply Chain Management for Dummies"
"The STEM movement encourages more young girls to learn engineering and become engineers. Today, 17 percent of workers in the field of engineering are women vs. 1 percent in 1970. We are making progress."
"To identify risks and resilience strategies, companies need to move beyond their regular supply chain to look at the capacity and speed needed to recover if something really goes wrong."
"We all look at problems differently. And it's really important to have a good, diverse group of folks in the room to provide a different set of ears to address problems--whether they’re from finance, operations, supply chain or warehousing."