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Global Trends Roundtable: What’s on the Supply Chain Horizon?

Our panel of experts examines what lies ahead for supply chain professionals. The consensus: Cost pressures, competitive challenges, and economic volatility will only intensify going forward. The keys to success in this environment are flexibility, a willingness and capacity to change, and an unwavering focus on the customer.

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What are the major developments that will impact supply chain professionals in the months and years ahead? What challenges will they face in helping their companies compete in an increasingly global environment?

To help answer these questions, Supply Chain Management Review assembled a panel of prominent analysts, consultants, and industry practitioners. These experts explored a range of topics, including how rising fuel prices, risk management, global sourcing, and new regulatory compliance issues are reshaping the supply chain landscape.

SCMR will reconvene these panelists for a special web event scheduled for March 29, 2012. Register for this FREE webcast now.

Roundtable Panelists Include:

David Joseph Aquino, CPIM: Vice President, Supply Chain Planning, Strategy and Performance Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, and formerly research director at AMR/
Gartner.

Simon Ellis: Practice Director, IDC Manufacturing Insights and author of IDC’s “Supply Chain Top 10 Predictions for 2012.”

Roddy Martin: Senior Vice President Global Supply Chain Competitive Capabilities International, Inc., and previously a senior analyst with AMR/
Gartner.

James B. Rice, Jr.: Director of the Integrated Supply Chain Management Program (ISCM) at MIT’s Center for Transportation and Logistics.

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What are the major developments that will impact supply chain professionals in the months and years ahead? What challenges will they face in helping their companies compete in an increasingly global environment?

To help answer these questions, Supply Chain Management Review assembled a panel of prominent analysts, consultants, and industry practitioners. These experts explored a range of topics, including how rising fuel prices, risk management, global sourcing, and new regulatory compliance issues are reshaping the supply chain landscape.

SCMR will reconvene these panelists for a special web event scheduled for March 29, 2012. Register for this FREE webcast now.

Roundtable Panelists Include:

David Joseph Aquino, CPIM: Vice President, Supply Chain Planning, Strategy and Performance Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, and formerly research director at AMR/
Gartner.

Simon Ellis: Practice Director, IDC Manufacturing Insights and author of IDC’s “Supply Chain Top 10 Predictions for 2012.”

Roddy Martin: Senior Vice President Global Supply Chain Competitive Capabilities International, Inc., and previously a senior analyst with AMR/
Gartner.

James B. Rice, Jr.: Director of the Integrated Supply Chain Management Program (ISCM) at MIT’s Center for Transportation and Logistics.

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Patrick Burnson, Executive Editor
Patrick Burnson is executive editor for Logistics Management and Supply Chain Management Review magazines and web sites. Patrick is a widely-published writer and editor who has spent most of his career covering international trade, global logistics, and supply chain management. He lives and works in San Francisco, providing readers with a Pacific Rim perspective on industry trends and forecasts. You can reach him directly at [email protected]

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