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October Virtual PDM: Supply Chain Risk and Resiliency

October 20, 2020
6:00 PM EDT - 7:30 PM EDT

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Session overview:

In collaboration with the Supply Chain Risk Management Consortium, is excited to present our online Supply Chain Risk & Resilience (SCR&R) course to APICS DC Metro members.
Historically, showing a hard ROI for risk management initiatives has been a difficult sell. This new course provides knowledge and tools to guide you through understanding the choices available to your organization to manage supply chain risk and enhance the resiliency required for long term sustainability and profitability.
We invite all supply chain professionals, who are grappling with COVID-19 supply chain recovery planning, to join the course authors in exploring how supply chain strategies driven primarily by cost management and delivery improvements are no longer comprehensive enough to ensure competitive success.

After signup, you will receive virtual meeting log information.


Gregory L. Schlegel

Greg is Founder of The Supply Chain Risk Management Consortium- (28) companies who bring skills, solutions and methodologies that Identify, Assess, Mitigate and Manage Supply Chain Risk. He has been a Supply Chain Executive for several Fortune 100’s, has been a Supply Chain Executive Consultant for IBM, is Executive-in-Residence at Lehigh University teaching Supply Chain Risk Management, Adjunct Professor teaching Enterprise Risk Management for Villanova University’s EMBA program and VP/Principal at SherTrack LLC.

Irvin Varkonyi
Irv is President of Supply Chain Operations Preparedness Education (SCOPE), a firm offering training and  consulting in organizational preparedness for private and public sector organizations. SCOPE seeks to add value to organizations through training human capital and improving their ability to focus on the urgency of organizational balance by optimizing operational performance while simultaneously minimizing organizational vulnerability. He is a member of the Supply Chain Risk Management Consortium and adjunct professor at American Military University and University of Denver teaching supply chain risk management,  transportation logistics and security management. 




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