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Built Around Your Needs
We created The Logistics and Supply Chain Forum's conference program after extensive research and feedback from our delegates - senior logistics and supply chain executives who, like you, are dealing with critical issues on a daily basis.

The conference is designed to help you become a more effective executive by opening doors to new perspectives and points of view allowing you - and your company - to move forward.
 


Take part in the program

If you would like to participate in the program, or recommend any speakers or topics, please email Chyai Mulberg  or call her at 212-651-8736
2015 Keynote Speaker
2015 Keynote Speaker
  • Keynote Address by Jake Wood

    Co-founder and President of Team Rubicon, and author of Take Command on leadership and molding military service for good

    Jake Wood is the Co-founder and President of Team Rubicon, a disaster relief nonprofit known for its extraordinary efforts during the 2010 earthquake in Haiti. Jake uses his military experience to speak about leadership in high-stakes situations. Jake is also the founder of POS REP, the first mobile, proximity-based social network designed exclusively for the veteran community. Prior to Team Rubicon, Jake served as a Sergeant in the United States Marine Corps, with deployments to both Iraq and Afghanistan as a Scout Sniper.

    He received numerous awards in combat, and was the Honor Graduate of Recruit Training, The School of Infantry and Marine Scout Sniper Course. Jake received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Wisconsin, where he played four years of varsity football on a full athletic scholarship. Jake’s awards include the University of Wisconsin “Forward Under Forty” award; the Big Ten Conference’s “Live Big” award; GQ Magazine’s “Better Men, Better World” award; and in 2012 was named a CNN Hero.

    Jake's first book will be, TAKE COMMAND, offering lessons in leadership, problem-solving and teamwork from the disaster zone and the battlefield to show how to be a "first responder" in today's high-stakes, high-pressure, highly volatile business climate.
     

     

2015 Program Development
2015 Program Development
  • The 2015 Conference Program is currently in development.

    Interested in Participating in a Logistics & Supply Chain Forum Conference?

    Senior supply chain, operations and logistics executives from F1000 companies are invited to participate as speakers, moderators or facilitators.  Sessions are presented in a variety of formats and are designed to meet the needs of today's senior leaders.

    Session submittals are now being accepted. For complete information, please call 212-651-8736.  If you are interested in participating in a 1-1 research call to help shape content, please call the number above.

     

Seminars & Case Studies
Seminars & Case Studies
  • The Business Case for Transparency in the Supply Chain

    Timothy Fischer, Senior Vice President, Supply Chain, Bumble Bee Foods

    With the increased pressure from customers for faster product and faster data movement, companies today must be able to see activity in the supply chain in real time. When visibility is lost, the supply chain is at risk of not meeting customer service goals - for either internal or external cu...

     

    Accelerating AMD’s Corporate Transformation Thru The BI Ecosystem

    Scott Grant, Vice President, Supply Chain & Rebecca Verette, Director, Supply Chain, CSG Supply Planning, Advanced Micro Devices, Inc.

    In 2012, AMD faced a significant corporate transformation from PC to Next Generation technologies. This session will examine the creative use of Big Data, Analytics and Simulation within this transformation. Critical questions to be addressed include: Where Does The “Big Data” Flow Fro...
     

  • Considerations for Integrating Acquired Company Supply Chains

    Phil Hendricks, VP, Supply Chain Americas, Gambro Renal Products, Inc.

    Successful senior supply chain executives have always had to be experts in creating and leading rapid-responding and continuously evolving and improving supply chain organizations.  This has never been more relevant than in the increasingly fast-paced environment that defines today’...

     

    Omni channel Now: Transforming Your Businesses to Meet Customer Demands

    Dwight Herlong, Head of Global Retail Logistics Store Operations, Google

    Research indicates that over 60% of transactions start online, even if only 10% are ultimately completed over the internet. Hear what Google is doing to meet shifting and rapidly-changing customer demands.

    In this session, Dwight Herlong will detail how - by focusing on visibility, fle...

     

  • Driving Long Term Sustainability in Lean Deployment: A Case Study

    Rob Kasprzak, Former Director of Continuous Improvement, Philips Healthcare

    To achieve Lean we must have a systematic approach, as proven by the world’s best organizations (Toyota, etc.). All World Class companies approached Lean, without exception, both systematically and holistically, via an End2End Lean organization.  This session will detail Philips Hea...

     

    A 360˚ Look at Supply Chain Globalization

    Kasey Mazzone, EVP, Global Supply Chain, Quiksilver
    Kasey will address key opportunities and requirements involved in globalizing a large supply chain. She’ll discuss how to leverage purchasing, simplify the standardization of systems and talk about both the front end alignment as it relates to strategy and execution, but also the back end adaptat...
     

  • Does an Omni-Channel Really Exist in the Industrial Space?

    Wade McDaniel, Vice President of Solutions Architecture, Avnet Velocity

    How can logistics organizations contribute to defining the future the enterprise? Through clearly defining warehouse, handling and transportation attributes to specific customer segments, the enterprise can determine how best to serve a segment and the cost. Once a clearer picture is seen, we ...

     

    Preparing for the Growing Complexity of an End-to-End Supply Chain Strategy: A Case Study

    Mark Vollrath, Worldwide Director of Strategy and Systems, Global Supply Chain

    Now, more than ever, supply chain strategies are required to manage the complexity of running a robust supply chain in today’s demanding and mercurial world. Multiple supply chain analysts have all established strategy models, but each is based upon foundational items that must already b...

     

Past Speakers
Past Speakers
  • Past Speakers

    Past Speakers have included:

    Alcon Laboratories, Inc., VP, Global Supply Chain
    All American Poly, Vice President, Logistics/Production Planning
    Bristol-Myers Squibb Company, Director, Americas Transportation and Logistics Planning
    BuildDirect Technologies, Inc., Chief Operating Officer
    Dow Chemical Company, Global Leader - RFID, GPS and Auto ID

    Dr Pepper Snapple Group, SVP
    Halliburton Company, VP, Global Logistics
    Invacare Corporation, VP, NA Logistics
    Lawson Products Inc., VP, Supply Management
    Office Depot, Inc., VP, Supply Chain

    P.F. CHANG'S CHINA BISTRO, Inc., Chief Procurement Officer
    Papa John’s International, Inc., Director, Global Supply Chain Management - Americas
    Pro-Build Holdings, Inc., EVP Supply Chain & Technology
    Quality Supply Chain Co-Op - Wendy's, SVP Distribution, Logistics and Program Mgmt.
    Reddy Ice Holdings, Inc., VP Supply Chain

    Regis Corporation, VP, Logistics
    Seagate Technology, Inc., VP, Supply Chain Operations & Development
    Snyder's-Lance Inc., VP, Manufacturing and Corporate Engineering
    TASER International, VP, Supply Chain Management
    Welch Foods, Inc., Director Customer Logistics

     


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