The Supply Chain Elements Webinar Series caters to individuals at various expertise levels, ranging from seasoned supply chain experts to freshly established business owners or professionals.
Throughout this complimentary five-part series, participants will gain insights into both short-term and long-term supply chain perspectives. Acquaint yourself with the terminology and concepts prevalent in the supply chain community. Explore how incorporating best practices can elevate your role within the supply chain and delve into growth areas that forecast the future landscape. This series seamlessly integrates familiar and innovative concepts, providing a foundation for businesses to contemplate, strategize, and thrive as integral suppliers in the evolving landscape.
Adam Lough, proprietor of Orchard Street Solutions LLC., a consultancy firm specializing in management, operations, and strategy, holds an MBA from West Virginia University and boasts more than 15 years of leadership expertise spanning various industries such as manufacturing, hospitality, and the United States Marine Corps.
In his most recent role, Adam spearheaded operations at a prominent defense contractor, overseeing key departments such as Global Supply Chain Cell Operations, Cell Manufacturing Operations, Factory Consumable Materials Group, and the Outsourcing and Material Returns Group.
Attendees must register for each session individually. Additional information available with each link:
Feb. 1: Session 1 | Supply Chain Thinking https://lnkd.in/eEA9Be_m
Feb. 8: Session 2 | What is a Supply Chain? https://lnkd.in/eH22S2VK
Feb. 15: Session 3 | Positioning Your Supply Chain https://lnkd.in/erEZAhci
Feb. 22: Session 4 | Common Pitfalls to Avoid https://lnkd.in/eDuzcFwc
Feb. 29: Session 5 | The Future of the Supply Chain https://lnkd.in/ebxYm4k8
Please register If you can’t attend the live sessions but want to receive follow-up emails with links to the recorded webinars and course materials. For additional information about this free comprehensive webinar series, please contact Tracy Straub at [email protected].
A follow-up in-person Manufacturing Roundtable and Supply Chain Forum will be hosted on March 6 in Martinsburg, WV. Additional details to follow.
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