About the Event:
Over the past year, global disruptions have continued to roil the world’s sources of supply, from increasingly severe and frequent natural disasters to geopolitical upheavals, supply chains are facing great pressure to build more resilient networks. But adapting to new ways of working, boosting inventories, and ramping digital and risk-management capabilities aren’t enough to ensure resiliency. Good supply chain management hinges on being able to respond quickly to operational disruptions and having a flexible contingency plan in place to act fast, and respond even faster.
Key Topics Covered
Join this pragmatic virtual event to learn:
• The critical elements in building supply chain resilience and how to build a roadmap to address those elements.
• Ways to move from data collection through the supply chain to decision support and actionable insights.
Owen is the supply chain lead for the IOT practice. With over 30 years’ experience in manufacturing, supply chain and executive management he has led several global business transformation programs. A founding member and later chairman of the Supply Chain Council’s Australian-New Zealand Chapter,
Respected communicator and adviser bringing business and technological savvy to the understanding of today’s buzz–Industrie 4.0, Industrial Internet of Things, Smart Manufacturing, IT/OT Convergence. In his business career, Gary held leadership positions in almost every area of manufacturing including IT, product development,
Strategic and entrepreneurial executive with extensive business development, technical, and product experience in domestic and international environments. Broad skill set with extensive knowledge of: IOT applications, networking (wireless/wireline,
Industrial AI Laboratory, Research & Development, Hitachi America Ltd. Current work and research: Development of supply chain management solutions with simulation-based optimization and mathematical optimization methods.