Managing for Supply Chain Excellence

A new leadership framework from the makers of SCOR
Thursday, September 28, 2017 | 2pm ET

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Supply chain leaders who successfully align supply chain strategy with the business are at the helm of the world’s most competitive companies.

In this webinar, Peter Bolstorff, APICS Executive Vice President, Corporate Development, will introduce supply chain leaders to a new framework that translates business strategies into supply chain execution plans and policies.

Attendees can expect to learn:

  • How to put structure around key performance drivers that must be formalized, managed and implemented to truly lead business-impacting supply chains
  • How to utilize a framework to assimilate supply chain strategy, network, resource management and talent development with the top and bottom lines of the business
  • What to do next with an actionable check list to gauge supply chain maturity


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