2021 Supply Chain Strategic Symposium
Ms. Lisa Haley
Director of Supply Chain and Logistics
Panel 1: Learning and Improving from a Crisis
What are the extreme crisis stories supply chain leaders have lived through either due to the pandemic or other situations? How does a crisis change the supply chain? Is the change permanent or do things revert to previous states?
Panel Discussion Speakers
Mr. Jimmy Ferrell
VP Supply Chain Management
Plains All-American Pipeline
Mr. Steve Freeman
Chief Procurement Officer
Dr. Dale Rogers
Professor of Business
Arizona State University
Panel 2: Leveraging Technology & Innovation
How is technology helping supply-chain functions achieve the strategic imperatives of the corporation? How is supply-chain technology improving operational efficiency, reducing cycle-time, improving responsiveness and agility, enhancing market intelligence, and delivering a competitive advantage to the corporation? What are the best practices in technology management and what are the organizational challenges?
How could technology help supply chains deal with black swan events like the pandemic?
Panel Discussion Speakers
Mr. Jeremy Hill
Vice President, Global Supply Chain
Mr. Phil Teijeira
VP and CSCO
Mr. Daniel Carrell
Vice President, Global Procurement
Dr. Scott Mason
Principal Research Scientist
Panel 3: Leading Edge of Logistics
Managing logistics is a critical aspect of the supply chain. Crises and the execution of mega projects require flawless management of logistics. What are the new ways in which companies are handling logistics? What is the new science involved?
Panel Discussion Speakers
Ms. Monique Harris
Former VP, Project Management
Dr. Zachary Rogers
Colorado State University
Mr. Dominic Sun
Port of Houston
Mr. Jake Swanson
Global Head, Industrial Projects
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