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Panel: Leadership Strategies to Survive and Excel in a Post-COVID World
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Panel: Leadership Strategies to Survive and Excel in a Post-COVID World

What are some of the unexpected lessons —good and bad— we have taken away from 2020 and 2021? Discussing examples of innovations created by necessity during the global pandemic that will continue on long into the future Taking this chapter in our working lives as an opportunity to re-evaluate, reconsider, and rethink some of the supply chain processes and strategies we had in place before COVID-19 How should we adjust our approach to communication, coordination, mentoring, and management in the emerging ‘new normal’ of work? Has the global pandemic changed the way people think about their personal and professional development?…

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Chair’s Welcome Address and Opening Keynote: The Process of Leadership Alignment
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Chair’s Welcome Address and Opening Keynote: The Process of Leadership Alignment

Chair’s Welcome Address Daniel Myers Senior Fellow at Haslam School of Business University of Tennessee Retired EVP of Integrated Supply Chain Mondelēz International Senior Fellow at Haslam School of Business, University of Tennessee Board Member for Two Companies Private Equity Senior Operating Executive for The Carlyle Group Retired EVP, Global Supply Chain, Mondelēz International Former EVP, Global Supply Chain, Kraft Foods Former Global VP, Product Supply, Procter & Gamble Daniel Myers is currently a Senior Fellow at Haslam School of Business teaching both graduate and under-graduate studies. He is the retired Executive Vice President of the Global Integrated Supply Chain…

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Panel: The Supply Chain of the Future and Behaviors that Drives Excellence
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Panel: The Supply Chain of the Future and Behaviors that Drives Excellence

Compensation plans that foster innovation and continuous process improvement Performance metrics that incentivize collaboration and build a culture of systemic thinking Operating Efficiency: Designing shared priorities and objectives into cross-functional decision-making — Moderator: Shay Scott Executive Director, Global Supply Chain Institute University of Tennessee Shay Scott, Ph.D. is Executive Director of the Global Supply Chain Institute (GSCI) at The University of Tennessee (UT). Ranked as a top program globally, UT’s GSCI exists to shape and influence the practice of SCM by serving as a global hub for leading companies, researchers, practitioners and students. He also serves as Professor of Practice…

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