Industry reports suggest that for every six job openings, there is only one qualified worker available, which is indicative of the big void in the market for skilled professionals. With new smart products dominating the SCM market, supply chain leaders must be agile and have sound knowledge of risk management. If you are passionate about your supply chain career, the first thing is to identify your strengths and weaknesses and work on them accordingly. As supply chains keep transforming, you must be efficient enough to adapt yourself to the evolving trends, and for that, you must take the route to an all-encompassing comprehensive journey that will impart you with a holistic leadership style by enhancing your knowledge and refining your technological skills.
Join us at this APICS expert-led webinar to gain real-life career insights that will help you prepare better for managing the future supply chains.
- Strategies to expand your supply chain skills
- Advanced practices in supply chain
- Transformation in SCM
- Value added benefits of professional certification
- Risk management expertise
- Demand for creative leadership in supply chain
Executive Vice President – Strategy and Alliances at Association for Supply Chain Management (ASCM)
Douglas Kent implements his expertise for managing SCM channel partners and alliances at ASCM. His role mostly focuses on driving innovation and responding to the supply chain resiliency requirements that ASCM is well-positioned to deliver with new ways to tackle Learning and Development needs, corporate supply chain transformation requirements, reliable advanced research and benchmarking, best practices for adoption of digital capabilities and more.
Douglas holds an MBA from Pepperdine University’s School of Management and studied at Harvard University during his post-graduate years. He taught Operations, Logistics and Supply Chain Management for the MBA Program at the International University of Monaco and Supply and Demand Management, Lean/Six Sigma & SCOR for France’s SKEMA Business School in the Masters of Supply Chain and Purchasing Program.
Douglas has served as a Board member of APICS Supply Chain Council and is the former Managing Director of PwC. He is also the author of many Supply Chain articles and has been a Speaker at various international conferences including the 6th IPSC Conference.
- Forum :SCM Forum
- Seminar :Supply Chain Webinar
- Topic :How to Future-Prepare yourself with Supply Chain Knowledge and Skills for the future
- Date :11th February 2022
- Time :7.00 – 8.30pm (Dubai, UAE Time)
- Phone :+971 5458 156 15