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  • EDGE 2019 Session: CSCMP's 30th Annual "State of Logistics Report®" Presented by Penske Logistics

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    Authored by A.T. Kearney and presented by Penske Logistics, this year's report will present an overview of the economy during the past year, the logistics industry's key trends, and the total U.S. logistics costs for 2018, and the session will provide an interactive dialogue with a panel comprised of report contributors and industry leaders.

    Panel members include:

    Jason Bergman, Chief Cusomter Officer, YRC Worldwide

    Joe Carlier, Senior Vice President of Global Sales, Pesnke Logistics

    Pablo Cussatti, Senior Vice President, Manufacturing, Ventura Foods

    Jill Donoghue, Vice President of Supply Chain, Bumble Bee Seafoods LLC

    Kevin Smith, President & Chief Executive Officer, Sustainable Supply Chain Consulting 

    Balika Sonthalia, Vice Presidnet, A.T. Kearney

    Thomas Williams, Group Vice President, Consumer Products, BNSF Railway

  • EDGE 2019 Session: 2020 24th Annual Third-Party Logistics Study

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    The 2020 Third-Party Logistics Study continues the tradition of exploring trends in shippers' use of outsourced logistics services and tracking the dynamics of 3PL-shipper relationships.

    The 2020 Third-Party Logistics Study continues the tradition of exploring  trends in shippers' use of outsourced logistics services and tracking the dynamics of 3PL-shipper relationships.

    Speakers Featured:

    Joe Carlier, Senior Vice President of Globabl Sales, Penske Logistics

    Melissa Hadhazy, Associate Partner, Infosys Consulting

    John Langley, Professor of Supply Chain Management, Penn State University

    Shanton Wilcox, Partner, Infosys Consulting

  • EDGE 2019 Session: China-U.S. Emerging Cross-Border Commerce, Trade and Blockchain

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    View this session to learn about the 3rd Annual China Logistics Insight Report. The presenters compare logistics costs and discuss trade relations between China and the U.S.

    Panelists provide updated on the research into Walmart Food Safety in China including implementation of blockchain as part of emerging food safety management system.

    Panelists include:

    Ellie Flacone, Supply Chain Management Ph.D. Candidate, Sam M. Walton College of Business, Unversity of Arkansas

    Kai Hu, Assistant Director General, Ministry of Transportation Research Director, Cainiao/Alibaba

    John Kent, Clinical Associate Professor, University of Arkansas

  • EDGE 2019 Session: Global Ports - Virtual and Physical Infrastructure Innovation

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    The world's largest ports are ramping up phsyical infrastructure and embracing digitization. The resulting efficiency adds value to the shippers' and freight forwarders' supply chain.

    Representatives from the Ports of Rotterdam and Long Beach, and global expert Scott Schoenfeld, come together for a discussion on beldning the real with the virtual.

    Speakers include:

    Steven Jan van Hengel, Director, Shippers & Forwarders, Port of Rotterdam Authority 

    Scott Schoenfeld, General Manager, Fenix Marine Services

    Don Snyder, Acting Managing Director of Commercial Operations, Port of Long Beach

  • EDGE 2019 Session: Johnson & Johnson's Journey to the Implementation of Industry 4.0

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    In the race for innovation, stagnation is not an option. Regardless of the size of your organization or digital strategy maturity, you can't afford to sit back and watch how the fourth industrial revolution plays out for the rest of the manufacturing world.

    Learning Development Leader Liz Faulkner illustrates the evolving trends and what steps you must take today in order to stay in the race for Industry 4.0.

    Speakers include:

    Elizabeth Faulkner, Senior Director, Johnson & Johnson Supply Chain Academy, Johnson & Johnson

    Jay Stanell, Experienced Manager, Life Sciences Supply Chain, Grant Thornton LLP

  • EDGE 2019 Session: The Growing Importance of Blockchain - Lessons Learned and Real-World Implications

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    Moste whitepapers and trade journals talk about how blockchain will revolutionize the logistics and supply chain industry - but they offer little substance.

    This session aims to go beyond the theory to discuss the evolution of two functioning blockchain solutions: IBM's Food Trust with Golden State Foods and Deutsche Post/DHL's Freight Invoice system with Hewlett Packard Enterprise.

    Speakers Include:

    Paul Chang, Global Blockchain Industry Leader, Distribution & Industrial Markets

    Luis Hernandez, WW Digitalization Prgoram Manager, Hewlett Packard Enterprise

    Jason Maddox, Duetsche Post/DHL, DHL

  • EDGE 2019 Session: How to Solve the Challenge of Last Mile Logistics

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    With growing consumer demand for high quality fresh foods, how can the industry streamline fulfillment and logistics to keep last mile costs under control?

    In this discusssion, participants learned how Subway enabled a more seamless flow of digital data to help guarantee safety and freshness by leveraging standards for supply chain efficiency.

    Speakers include:

    Lucelena Angarita, Director, Supply Chain Systems and Standards, IPC/Subway

    Kevin Otto, Sr. Director, Community Engagement, GS1 US

  • EDGE 2018 Sessions Archive

    Contains 10 Component(s) Recorded On: 10/01/2018

    Review our collection of EDGE 2018 Sessions. EDGE session recordings are for members only. If you are interested in becoming a CSCMP member, contact us at

    Included in these sessions are:

    • EDGE 2018 Session: CSCMP’s 29th Annual State of Logistics Report®, Presented by Penske Logistics
    • EDGE 2018 Session: Omnichannel Fulfillment - Are You Ready?
    • EDGE 2018 Session: Modernizing eCommerce Logistics: From Start-Ups to the Fortune 1,000
    • EDGE 2018 Mega Session: Communicating Transportation's Value and Challenges to the C-Suite
    • EDGE 2018 Session: Supply Chain Risk Management: Speed Kills. So Can Lettuce
    • EDGE 2018 Session: Managing the Storm Before It Happens: Collaboration & Committed Capacity
    • EDGE 2018 Session: Logistics 2030 - Navigating a Disruptive Decade
    • EDGE 2018 Keynote: The Future Belongs to the Happy with Alexander Kjerulf of Woohoo Inc.
    • EDGE 2018 Keynote: The 4th Industrial Revolution: The Shift Toward Automation in Logistics and Technology with Keller Rinaudo of Zipline

  • Quick Course - Entire Course Bundle

    Contains 50 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Included in this product are all 13 Quick Courses.

    The Quick Courses below are included in the bundle: 

    Demand Management 

    Financial Fundamentals 

    Inventory Management 

    Materials Requirements Planning 

    Operations Environments 

    Performance Measurements 

    Physical Distribution Systems - Part One 

    Physical Distribution Systems -  Part Two 

    Quality: An Introduction 

    Reverse Supply Chain Management 

    Sales and Operations Planning 

    Supply Chain Risk Mitigation 

    Supply Management: Master Planning and Capacity Management Pt I & II

    Quick Courses are comprised of:

    A 30-40 minute video

    Terminology applicable to the course

    Additional reading materials required for the course

    Additional reading materials for further learning (not required for completion of the course)

    Review Quiz

  • Quick Course - Supply Chain Risk Mitigation

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    In this course, you will be introduced to the Supply Chain Risk Mitigation process including assessing risks, policy change strategies, and contingency planning.​

    This includes identifying supply chain risks, developing strategies to mitigate identified supply chain risks and measuring the performance of each strategy for each targeted risk.