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The Quest for the Enlightened Supply Chain
Unpacking the current media trend of “the broken supply chain” we will discuss the common quest for the “enlightened supply chain “and the opportunities that exist to break down the barriers that are impeding supply chain performance...

This discussion will key on the current state of complexity in the business environments while shining a lens on the state of business processes and systems and their ability (or lack of) to support the always on, always connected, nowhere to run, nowhere to hide new world order of visibility.

You will learn and takeaway from this webinar:

1. Find out if “the supply chain” is broken… The supply chain behaviors are quite understandable if one looks at supply and capacity imbalances and hyper-accelerated short-term demand cycles. Supply chain complexity is real, and the frictions within supply chains are amplified by real-time data being fed into legacy processes and systems.

2. Lack of trust impacts the goodness of “collaboration”, as most business processes are not designed nor are their systems built to support real-time decision making, and systems are only as honest as their data.

3. Winning companies will break through these barriers by embracing variability, harnessing visibility, and competing on velocity, and speed to market. Speed to react. Speed to plan. Speed to replan. Speed to define align and refine .. all driven by the transparencies of visibility.

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Speakers

Dr. Yossi Sheffi
Elisha Gray II Prof. of Engineering Systems and Director of the Center for Transportation and Logistics @MIT
Dr. Yossi Sheffi is the Elisha Gray II Prof. of Engineering Systems at MIT, where he serves as Director of the Center for Transportation and Logistics. He is an expert in systems optimization, risk analysis Director of the Center for Transportation and Logisticsand supply chain management. Dr. Sheffi consults with leading enterprises and has founded or co-founded five successful companies: LogiCorp (acquired by Ryder in 1994); PTCG (acquired by Sabre in 1996); e-Chemicals (acquired by AspenTech in 2001); Logistics.com (acquired by Manhattan Associates in 2003), and Syncra Systems (acquired by Retek in 2004). For more information see: http://sheffi.mit.edu/
Krenar Komoni
Founder and CEO @TIVE
Krenar Komoni has developed breakthrough ideas in data analytics, logistics, and electronics design for nearly 20 years. He has successfully developed and led cross-functional teams while enhancing business performance in sales, finance, supply chain logistics, distribution, and manufacturing. Most recently, Krenar founded the Global Supply Chain Visibility company Tive and serves as Founder & CEO.
Art Mesher
Chancellor @CleanSL8 DNA & Executive Director of GAINS Labs
Art Mesher is a recognized supply chain thought leader and author of the industry framework, The 3Vs of Supply Chain Visibility, Variability, and Velocity. He is a lifelong business developer and industrialist whose accolades include the 2008 Distinguished Service Award from the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP) and being named to the CSCMP Supply Chain Hall of Fame in 2016. Art is the founder of the Federating Networks Model for the supply chain industry and is a pioneer in developing and investing in companies that harness the integration of business communities. Art founded and launched the I Art founded and launched the Integrated Logistics Strategies Services at Gartner in 1995. Today, he is on the Board of Directors at GAINS and the Executive Director of GAINS Labs. Art is also the Chancellor of CleanSL8 (Slate) DNA (Development Network and Advisors) and oversees the Mentors Group investment portfolio of ESG-focused supply chain investments as its founder.
Bob Bowman
Editor-in-Chief @SupplyChainBrain
Bob Bowman is Editor-in-Chief of SupplyChainBrain, the website and magazine devoted to senior-level executives with responsibility for supply chain management, logistics, technology and international trade. He hosts and produces the weekly SupplyChainBrain podcast, as well as appearing in numerous executive briefing videos. He is also a frequent speaker at industry events, and a published author.