For years, many companies have treated fulfillment as largely a “backroom” function. Enter the COVID-19 pandemic – and its attendant global shutdowns and quarantines – and a company’s ability to keep its products flowing to buyers is in the spotlight.
Supply chain leaders now must determine for their companies what “normal” looks like, and guide their executives and Boards to support new decisions and investments based on changing conditions. Whether defining a “new” normal…a “better” normal…a “safer” normal…a “riskier” normal…a “more flexible” normal, or whatever adjective fits best, supply chain leaders need new evaluation and decision frameworks to shape their fulfillment operation investments.
Join Jeff Cashman, a 30-plus-year supply chain veteran, as he and Cyndi Lago, Vice President at Capgemini, a global leader in consulting, digital transformation, technology and engineering services, explore various considerations, dilemmas and options facing Chief Supply Chain Officers as they move into what has traditionally been “peak” fulfillment season and – more importantly – what 2021 is likely to have in store.
The Supply Chain Now team is pleased to continue our “Stand Up & Sound Off” series, where we facilitate the sometimes difficult conversations that must be had in order for things to change. One other driving factor in this particular series is to create a global forum where our audience can actively participate & share their thoughts, insights & perspective.
In this webinar, two dynamic leaders share lessons learned in post George Floyd corporate America. How have they talked about race with cross-racial audiences, what initiatives are showing meaningful progress and benefits for all employees, which corporate areas are the hardest to impact and how you can engage.
“Post COVID-19 Supply Chains: What is Needed to Adapt”
“Stand Up & Sound Off: A Conversation About Race in Industry”
“Post-COVID-19: Back to Business as Usual Doesn’t Mean ERP as Usual”
“Key Takeaways from Gartner Supply Chain Top 25 for 2020”
“Stand Up & Sound Off with Supply Chain Now featuring ASCM, Resilience 360, and Vector Global Logistics”
March 26, 2020
March 6, 2020