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Supply Chain Education: The Practitioners’ Perspective

Learn about the Supply Chain Talent Academic Initiative and the innovative Supply Chain Master program at Intel
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Don’t wait, Register Now for this Supply Chain Education: The Practitioners’ Perspective Webcast, and download the full listings of all Supply Chain Education Programs for 2011 from our January “Global Education” supplement, FREE!

By Francis J. Quinn, Editorial Director
January 23, 2011

Two veteran supply chain professionals - each with deep interest and experience in educating and developing supply chain talent - will focus on supply chain education today.

Michael Hadley will discuss the Supply Chain Talent Academic Initiative, a joint industry-academic program which he chairs. The Initiative identifies key supply chain competencies needed by industry and then works with universities to create programs that respond to those requirements.

James Kellso will highlight the innovative Supply Chain Master program he helped create at Intel. Through this program, Intel targets desired supply chain skills and then builds structured education offerings to develop those skills.

 
Michael Hadley
Senior Manager-Materials Management, Boeing Integrated Defense Systems and Chair of the Supply Chain Talent Academic Initiative
 James Kellso
Senior Supply Chain Master at Intel, and the former head of the Supply Chain Master Program at Intel

Attendees to this Webcast will benefit by:

Learning the supply chain skills and competencies needed to succeed in the future
Understanding educational resources available to them for developing those skills
Learning best-practices for internal education and development of supply chain talent

This is a “must-attend” event for everyone interested in advancing his or her career!

Wednesday, February 9, 2011 | 2:00 p.m. EST


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Francis J. Quinn
Editorial Director
Frank Quinn is the editorial director of Supply Chain Management Review, considered the premier publication for supply chain executives. Frank was the founding editor SCMR and has overseen its growth over the past 14 years. He has been covering the logistics/supply chain scene in various editorial and consulting positions for more than three decade. Frank is co-author of the recently published book Diagnosing Greatness: Ten Traits of the Best Supply Chains. You can reach him directly at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

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