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Building a Business Aligned, Risk Prioritized Cybersecurity Strategy
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Building a Business Aligned, Risk Prioritized Cybersecurity Strategy

Gary Harbison is the Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) at J&J, a role he has been in since he started at the company in October 2022. Gary is responsible for leading the Information Security and Risk Management (ISRM) organization which protects J&J’s critical data and information. He drives global security strategy and cybersecurity transformation of J&J’s products and services while also managing enterprise technological risks.

Gary has 27 years of overall technology experience, with 25 years in Information Security and Risk Management at multiple Fortune 500 companies. Gary also has public sector experience from the U.S. Department of Defense. His technical background includes security architecture and threat intelligence roles along with various leadership roles focused on building high-performing teams that partner with key stakeholders to enable crucial business objectives.

Prior to J&J, Gary was the CISO for Bayer, a leading global life sciences company. In that role, Gary was responsible for leading all aspects of the Cybersecurity Risk Management function (CSRM) with global ownership of information security strategy, IT risk management & compliance, security education & awareness, cyber defense, as well as governance of IT security controls.

Gary contributes to the greater information security community by serving on advisory boards for multiple cybersecurity companies and he helps engineer industry innovation through mentoring cybersecurity startups and advising venture capital investors and startup accelerators. He is also involved in the education sector and advises multiple universities about their Computer Science & Cybersecurity programs and serves as an Adjunct Professor in the Master of Science in Cybersecurity Engineering program at Washington University in St. Louis. Gary received his Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) degree from Webster University in St. Louis.

Gary resides in the St. Louis area with his wife and three children. In his spare time, Gary enjoys playing sports, fishing, and spending time outdoors. He is also very active in his community and coaches youth sports teams.

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Driving Transformation in Quality to Meet the Needs of Our Customers
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Driving Transformation in Quality to Meet the Needs of Our Customers

A relentless visionary, Robin Kumoluyi consistently moves people and organizations forward. Throughout her career, she has expertly crafted complex quality management strategies for multi-billion-dollar matrixed organizations. Committed to the belief that patients and customers must have access to effective medicine, Robin intentionally chose the quality function within the pharmaceutical indutry.

Robin Kumoluyi is the Vice President and Chief Quality Officer, Pharmaceuticals at Johnson & Johnson Corporation. Robin has responsibility for Quality & Compliance for the Global Pharmaceuticals Segment in Pre-Market R&D, Supply Chain and Post Market Commercial. Prior to her current role, Robin was VP, Global Quality Services at Johnson & Johnson, where she drove the organization’s Enterprise Quality transformation by defining, leading, and executing the strategic direction and oversight of the Quality Policies, Standards, Digital Healthcare, Innovation and Analytics, Value Chain Quality, and the overall Q&C Strategy and associated processes.

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Real-Time Release, a Distant Dream or Reality?
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Real-Time Release, a Distant Dream or Reality?

Olav Lyngberg, PhD leads the MSAT Innovation and Technology Deployment team within, J&J Innovative Medicine Supply Chain. Olav is responsible for orchestrating a talented and innovation-focused group of scientists and engineers to accelerate technology scouting and deployment in the internal and external network of mfg. sites, while leveraging new emerging innovation ideas across platforms, and products.

Prior to his current role Olav was Sr. Scientific Fellow, MSAT where he led teams responsible for developing and deploying technological solutions in manufacturing, to address issues in the areas of process robustness, process efficiency, release timelines and advanced process control.

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The Speaker Roundtable from NAMES24 —A Conversation About Manufacturing Issues and Ideas
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The Speaker Roundtable from NAMES24 —A Conversation About Manufacturing Issues and Ideas

For this special episode of Executive Platforms’ bluEPrint Podcast series we had some of the top speakers from the 2024 edition of the North American Manufacturing Excellence Summit series sit down and speak to the challenges and opportunities submitted by attendees of the event as they filled out their delegate profiles, weighted by popularity.

With topics ranging from workforce development, training, and optimization, through to Operational Excellence and Continuous Improvement, to Digital Transformation, Change Management, automation, AI, controlling costs, and much more, this wide-ranging conversation will see five senior executives speaking to the issues, ideas, innovations, and inspirations that matter to all of them as prompted by their peers. It is a fantastic deep dive into what is most relevant to manufacturing executives today. Give it a listen!

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Bart Talloen — An Exciting New Chapter with World Economic Forum
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Bart Talloen — An Exciting New Chapter with World Economic Forum

Bart Talloen is a senior executive supply chain leader with thirty five years of global experience in Asia, Europe, and North America. His expertise and achievements in supply chain strategy and leadership, continuous improvement, and technology innovation are broadly recognized. He is the recipient of multiple awards, including most recently the “2023 Manufacturing Leader of the Year Award” from the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) & Manufacturing Leadership Council (MLC) for his transformational leadership throughout his career.

During his career in pharmaceuticals Rx, OTC, consumer goods, and medical devices, Bart managed large E2E manufacturing and supply chain networks (including procurement, planning, manufacturing, warehousing, and distribution); acquired and divested businesses and manufacturing operations; lead strategy and technology innovation teams; and oversaw large scale business transformation programs. He also successfully executed an FDA Consent Decree and re-certified multiple sites.

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Importance of Driving a Sustainable Cash Culture
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Importance of Driving a Sustainable Cash Culture

Amy Ellixson is currently Head of Cash Flow Generation. In this role, Amy serves as a critical member of the Global Finance Leadership Team and together with the business is creating a best-in-class value creation culture that unlocks capital from the business allowing for reinvestment in innovation for the future. She is leading a team to improve strong free cash flow generation to support operating needs, M&A activity, dividend increases, and share repurchase programs. This team is also creating agility to promote strategic business decisions and fund growth to better support the communities we serve.

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Mastering Disruption: How One of the World’s Largest Healthcare Companies is Navigating Market Challenges to Ensure Patients Receive the Products They Need
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Mastering Disruption: How One of the World’s Largest Healthcare Companies is Navigating Market Challenges to Ensure Patients Receive the Products They Need

Kathryn E. Wengel (Kathy) is Executive Vice President, Chief Technical Operations & Risk Officer for Johnson & Johnson, and a member of the Company’s Executive Committee. She has significant healthcare, operations and global business expertise – with more than three decades of experience in leadership positions at Johnson & Johnson.

In her current role, Kathy is responsible for the continued strengthening of the Company’s core technical operations and risk management capabilities. She leads key technical operations functions, including: Procurement, Engineering & Property Services, Sustainability and cross-sector Supply Chain teams focused on standards, services, strategic programs and data science, as well as critical risk functions, including: Quality & Compliance, Health Care Compliance, Environmental Health & Safety, Global Security and Global Brand Protection. A strong developer of globally diverse teams, Kathy also plays an important role with external stakeholders to advance critical risk management, resilience and technical operations priorities on behalf of Johnson & Johnson and the healthcare industry.

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Fireside Chat: Great Leadership Doesn’t Just Happen
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Fireside Chat: Great Leadership Doesn’t Just Happen

An effective and thriving workforce starts with attracting, assessing, hiring, and developing the right people. Building teams of leaders who allow all employees to grow, thrive and feel empowered is the cornerstone of creating great culture. Johnson & Johnson is taking a science-based approach to unlocking the potential in every future leader – to best place, advance and support individual employees on their career path. In this session, Michael Ehret, PhD, Head of Global Talent Management, will share insights into building the strongest ecosystem of talent development focused on these key themes: Hire: What makes a great leader? Credo-aligned talent access…

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The Digital Road to Supply Chain Resiliency
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The Digital Road to Supply Chain Resiliency

Responding to volatility – the power of prediction Build competitive advantage through supply chain digital transformation – the use of digital automation capability to deliver products to customers and consumers where and whenever they need them Supply Chains are still about people – building the Digital First mindset — Meri Stevens Worldwide VP, Consumer Health Supply Chain and Deliver Johnson & Johnson Meri Stevens is the Johnson & Johnson Worldwide Vice President, Consumer Health Supply Chain and Deliver. Meri assumed the Deliver leadership role in May 2019. In July 2020, she expanded her leadership responsibilities to include the Consumer Health…

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Supply Chain for the Future
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Supply Chain for the Future

Supply Chains reinvented and implications for critical capabilities and Talent Key forces and trends driving an opportunity and an obligation to attract, recruit and retain customers in new ways: Customer-driven Supply Chain now, and for future Supply Chain growth capabilities: Getting ahead of external forces How we operate and accelerate our journey to harness Supply Chain as a strategic advantage for J&J Supply Chain innovation and ecosystem: Building differentiated capabilities Talent Implications: Capabilities, competencies, and Skills needed for the future — Bart Talloen VP, Strategy Innovation & Deployment Johnson & Johnson Bart has a lot of drive, energy and passion…

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Harnessing Digital to Build an End-to-End Connected Ecosystem
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Harnessing Digital to Build an End-to-End Connected Ecosystem

Understand how digitally-enabled, flexible supply chain ecosystems can anticipate, respond and adapt to changing expectations Learn how to accelerate supply chain innovation through integrated customer engagement models Discuss how automation, smart technologies and new capabilities can help drive efficiencies, as well as unlock new opportunities to interact with customers in real-time — Kathy Wengel EVP & Chief Global Supply Chain Officer Johnson & Johnson Kathy Wengel is Executive Vice President & Chief Global Supply Chain Officer for Johnson & Johnson, and a member of the Company’s Executive Committee. She has significant healthcare, operations and global business expertise – with more…

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Converting Disruptive Ideas and Innovation into Scalable Capabilities to Transform Supply Chain Performance
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Converting Disruptive Ideas and Innovation into Scalable Capabilities to Transform Supply Chain Performance

Transforming your supply chain performance through a structured approach similar to the “product R&D stage gate process” applied for disruptive improvement ideas and supply chain innovation Screening and evaluating novel ideas and technologies while bringing solutions to a “proof of concept” in an effective and efficient manner (fit for purpose) Agile testing (sprints) of demonstrated solutions proving feasibility, applicability, and value in real business environments Deploying these novel solutions successfully and turning them into sustainable capabilities requires the use of a robust “Standard Operating System” Shifting from the functional expertise focused Centers of Excellence (COE) approach towards a much stronger…

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Bringing Heart, Science and Ingenuity to Corporate Culture
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Bringing Heart, Science and Ingenuity to Corporate Culture

Years of research underpin the profound role that corporate purpose, identity and culture play in organizational performance and renewal, including business transformations, acquisitions, partnerships or new business models. Yet culture remains one of the least defined and explicitly managed assets across corporations. In this session, we will discuss: Framing the impact of culture on your corporate performance Engaging your C-Suite and Executive Teams in identity and culture discussions Creating linkages of culture impact to hard outcomes in the business Navigating the relationship between the evolving social/political landscape and the relationship to corporate culture – role of the CHRO in the…

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Panel: Keeping Up with Customers and Knowing How to Win Them Throughout the Delivery Experience
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Panel: Keeping Up with Customers and Knowing How to Win Them Throughout the Delivery Experience

How are your current warehouse and delivery strategies securing customer relationships and maximizing digital success across all channels? Focusing on customers to understand their requirements and succeed their expectations Refining your last mile strategy with rapidly changing customer needs and behaviors Adjusting and aligning customer-driven strategies to target customers in global and local markets Discussing the digitization of speed, price and convenience as contributors of customer loyalty — Roberto Villalobos Director, Digital Operations Walmart.com & Superama.com Walmart Roberto is an industrial engineer with 16 years of experience, focused on commercial, operations, logistics and consulting positions with outstanding results on implementing…

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Building the Manufacturing Capabilities for the Future to Enable Healthcare Transformation
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Building the Manufacturing Capabilities for the Future to Enable Healthcare Transformation

Recognizing and acknowledging the major healthcare trends and disruptors How does embracing these trends impact manufacturing capabilities and the end-to-end Supply chain organization? How are we developing a bold and holistic manufacturing transformation strategy, framework and deployment approach to address these implications and meet future customer and market expectations? Offering insights into how to connect and seamlessly integrate the Technology Innovation Process (Mode 2) with the “Operational World” (Mode 1) for broad adoption and deployment across business segments Sharing of critical success factors for implementation of this manufacturing and technology transformation to drive sustainable business and customer impact: Emphasizing the…

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Informed Decision-Making in a Volatile, Ever-Changing World
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Informed Decision-Making in a Volatile, Ever-Changing World

What qualifies as a World-Class Supply Chain? Why is it so difficult to maintain? Discussing how the challenges facing a global operation’s supply chain have evolved over time Highlighting the role of teamwork in fostering innovation in a fast-changing environment Looking forward: How does one strike a balance between agility and efficiency? — Meredith (Meri) Stevens is currently the Vice President, Strategy & Deployment, Johnson & Johnson Supply Chain responsible for leading end-to-end strategy and transformation to enable Johnson & Johnson to meet the needs of patients, customers and consumers in today’s dynamic healthcare market. In this role, Meri drives…

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