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  • On-Demand Webinar: Cultivating Women Leaders in Supply Chain and Operations

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    Today, women make up 39% of the supply chain workforce. Gender balance is not just a data point to be checked off on a list. Hiring, retaining, and promoting women must be an integral part of a company’s culture to succeed. As Diversity and Inclusion initiatives take root in HR departments, women have a unique opportunity to set themselves up for career success in supply chain roles. At the same time, these supply chain roles are changing. Gain insights on the changing nature of supply chain leadership and the specific challenges that women in our industry face. Understand the many transition paths into logistics roles.

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    Nicole Creech Vice President of Vendor Relations & Operations, Build.com

    Nicole has more than 15 years’ experience in supply chain operations and logistics. Abstract: Today, women make up 39% of the supply chain workforce according to Gartner’s 2019 Women In Supply Chain research. This panel will share insights on the changing nature of supply chain leadership and the specific challenges that women in our industry face.

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    Kirsten Newbold-Knipp Chief Growth Officer, Convey, Inc.

    Kirsten has more than 15 years of senior marketing leadership experience at Fortune 100 companies and high-growth startups, including HubSpot, SolarWinds and BigCommerce. Most recently she was research vice president at Gartner, where she advised CMOs on refining strategy, organization and martech priorities. Kirsten oversees Convey’s corporate brand and messaging initiatives.

  • On-Demand Webinar: Build Your Brand, Accelerate Your Career

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    It’s not about what you do, nor how you do it. In today’s increasingly competitive world, it’s about how well you articulate your “WHY.” In this interactive workshop, you’ll learn how to define and build your professional brand. You will be enabled with best practices to attract a high-quality network. Prepare to accelerate your career with a stronger brand, as a trusted advisor, and network after attending this session-back by popular demand. Attendees will learn how to define and build their professional brands on LinkedIn. Attendees will gain an understanding of how to effectively and appropriately network in today’s digital world.

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    Kristy Shimkus Enterprise Technology Sales Leader, Salesforce

    Leader in the Manufacturing & Distribution Vertical at Salesforce, where I help clients transform their business and create a best-in-class customer experience. Prior, I lead the west coast retail/ecommerce team at Oracle; prior to that, Microsoft LinkedIn and CH Robinson. I am passionate about helping the next generation of supply chain professionals achieve their dreams and THRIVE.

  • On-Demand Webinar: ABCs of Using Transferable Skills to Grow and Advance Your Career

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    The supply chain industry is a complex field that requires a diverse set of skills and backgrounds, but often those entering the industry or aspiring to transition roles within the field struggle to articulate the capabilities they bring to the table. Join us as we discuss the top 10 transferable skills and work through how to construct them for your next potential career change conversation. Identify skills gained in previous roles that translate to supply chain needs. Curate an impactful elevator pitch in a workshop setting that focuses on your skillset.

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    Victoria Brown Senior Product Manager, Koerber Supply Chain

    Victoria Brown is a Senior Product Manager for Koerber Supply Chain where she spearheads product direction for solutions across areas such as warehouse management, logistics, and labor to support operations and IT leaders at top retailers and manufacturers around the globe.

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    Tom Clark America's Supply Chain Recruiter, Direct Recruiters, Inc.

    Tom Clark, Supply Chain & Logistics Practice Leader at Direct Recruiters, has 20+ years of experience in supply chain and operations leadership focused on creating, building, and growing net value with a customer-focused integrated approach spanning the spectrum of supply chain. Tom’s unique background and experience helps him identify exceptional talent from Chief Supply Chain Officer to Analyst.

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    Tadina Ross Managing Director, Surge Transportation

    Tadina Ross is the Managing Director at Surge Transportation a transportation brokerage helping Fortune 500 shippers including Kraft, Heinz, Anheuser-Busch, and Mondelez International that she has helped manage from it’s inception 2016. She brings experience in marketing from her work with American Airlines. Before transitioning into the transportation industry Tadina was the 2014 DC area teacher of the year after serving seven years as a public school teacher in Washington, DC where she was placed as a part of the Teach for America program. She holds a MBA from Georgetown University, MA from American University, and BA from Duke University.

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    Lani Van Gerve Consultant, iPlan Global

    Lani holds a bachelor’s degree in Politics, Philosophy and Economics from the University of Pretoria. Before joining iPlan, Lani worked for ITP where she set up meetings between foreign trade legations visiting South Africa. At iPlan, Lani creates business process flow diagrams, complete business process blueprints, graphics-based Work Instructions, and education and training material.

  • On-Demand Webinar: A Guide to Succeeding as a New Manager in Supply Chain

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    You’ve just received THE big promotion. You are now a manager responsible not only for your success but for the success of others as well. How do you adjust to leading others while also ensuring you continue to develop both professionally and personally? Join us to hear personal accounts from managers who successfully navigated the road to management and what they do every day to ensure they are top-performing managers within their organizations. -Gather key insights related to adjusting to management, particularly earlier in your career. -Gain a thorough understanding of the traits and characteristics necessary to become a manager.

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    Courtney Cook eCommerce Operations Manager, Hallmark Cards

    Courtney Cook is the eCommerce Operations Manager at Hallmark Cards. She is accountable for leading the team responsible for planning, forecasting, operational reporting, and execution tactics to ensure product availability. Courtney has spent her career immersed in the e-commerce world; she thrives on diving into data, solving problems, and keeping up-to-date with the ever-evolving digital world.

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    Chelsea Howard Manager, Operations Support, Celtic International

    Chelsea Howard is the Manager of Operations Support at Celtic International LLC where she leads process improvement projects across all departments from system enhancement rollouts to productivity analysis, and most recently building out the organization’s Training & Development programs. Chelsea started her management career leading a small Sales Support team at Yusen Logistics (Americas). Through process management and streamlining, she evolved the team into a Process Improvement Department and soon thereafter the team was built out to an internal solutions group. Over the past 6 years, Chelsea has also sat on CSCMP’s YP Committee, currently serving as the EDGE Conference subcommittee co-chair.

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    Chris Soloway Manager, Solutions and Strategy, XPO Logistics

    At XPO Logistics, Chris leads a team responsible for formulating and executing key strategic initiatives for the company’s contract logistics business. His responsibilities include developing functional and go-to-market strategies, partnership and alliance expansion, competitive intelligence gathering, and new product development. Chris is a member of the CSCMP Young Professionals Committee.

  • Logistics 2030 Year Two: Navigating a Disruptive Decade

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    Supply chains are growing more complex and challenging. Where this revolution will lead us over the next decade is worthy of analysis. The Logistics 2030 study investigates the likely drivers of future supply chain success.

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    Supply chains are growing more complex and challenging. Where this revolution will lead us over the next decade is worthy of analysis. The Logistics 2030 study investigates the likely drivers of future supply chain success.

    The resurgence of warehousing and distribution can be attributed largely to the growth of online commerce. Over the course of 2019 and early 2020, information was collected on the current practices of warehousing and distribution. The following analysis provides a comparative view of today's capabilities versus next decade's requirements.

  • State of Supply Chain Sustainability 2020

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    Sustainability is impacting the way companies operate in every industry across the globe. Yet our understanding of supply chain sustainability and its impact on enterprises is limited. The State of Supply Chain Sustainability 2020 Report aims to fill this information gap and to help inform what the future of supply chain sustainability might look like.

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    Sustainability is impacting the way companies operate in every industry across the globe. Yet our understanding of supply chain sustainability and its impact on enterprises is limited. The State of Supply Chain Sustainability 2020 Report aims to fill this information gap and to help inform what the future of supply chain sustainability might look like.

    Authored by: 

    MIT Center for Transportation & Logistics and the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals



  • Retail: The Omnichannel Supply Chain

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    Although it shares many logistical challenges with other industries, what sets retail apart is its need to meet ever-more-demanding customer expectations across multiple channels. As consumer buying patterns have shifted, consumer demands for service and convenience have increased.

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    Although it shares many logistical challenges with other industries, what sets retail apart is its need to meet ever-more-demanding customer expectations across multiple channels.  

    As consumer buying patterns have shifted, consumer demands for service and convenience have increased.

    In this report authored by Kearney, learn how to manage the growing costs of insatiable consumers while developing a successful omnichannel supply chain with forward and reverse flows.

  • Automotive Logistics: The Road to Success

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    As US consumers purchase 14 to 17 million new vehicles each year, they seek the right vehicle configuration at the right cost, within a "reasonable" time frame that could range from a few days to months. The roles of logistics and the automotive supply chain in achieving those goals remain largely invisible.

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    As US consumers purchase 14 to 17 million new vehicles each year, they seek the right vehicle configuration at the right cost, within a "reasonable" time frame that could range from a few days to months.  

    The roles of logistics and the automotive supply chain in achieving those goals remain largely invisible.

    In this report authored by Kearney, take a deeper look at automotive logistics and the automakers' strategic imperatives needed to build a more resilient automotive supply chain.

  • CSCMP’s 31st Annual State of Logistics Report® Resilience Tested - Release Presentation

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    The 31st Annual "State of Logistics Report®", authored by Kearney and sponsored by Penske Logistics, debuted digitally on June 23rd, 2020. The report has tracked and measured all costs associated with moving freight through the U.S. supply chain since 1988. This year's report presents an overview of the cost of logistics in the United States, while also discussing technology and other forward-thinking applications for leaders to use as they improve their overall supply chain performance. CSCMP Members get complimentary access to this report as a benefit of their membership.

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    Every year CSCMP collaborates with global strategic management consulting firm, Kearney, as the author and researcher, and with Penske Logistics continuing in its longstanding role as presenter of the report.

    This year's esteemed panel of supply chain industry experts includes:
    - Kevin Smith, State of Logistics Report® Panel Chair President and CEO Sustainable Supply Chain Consulting
    - Michael Zimmerman, Partner Kearney
    - Marc Althen, President Penske Logistics
    - Craig Fuller, Founder and Chief Executive Officer Freightwaves
    - Mark Wallace, Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing CSX Corporation
    - Jacqueline E. Bailey, North American Regional Lead Cargill Transportation & Logistics

    This session is for CSCMP members only. Any rebroadcast, retransmission, or reporting of this webinar presentation, without the express written consent of CSCMP is prohibited.

  • Today's Supply Chain News: Gail Rutkowski, Executive Director of NASSTRAChosts Rob Kemp, CEO of DRT Transportation and Mike Gamel, CEO of Mexpress Transportation

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    Topics: - How 3PL companies like DRT are working with their customers to provide uninterrupted service at competitive rates. The spot market has been very volatile of late and that market impacts our 3PL companies significantly. - How the recent disruptions in supply chains provided an opportunity for Mexpress to grow their business by filling a void for expedited ground services to and from Mexico.

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    Whether you are facing COVID-19, trade wars, recessions, natural disasters, border issues, or some other as yet unidentified disruption, supply chains still need to roll on and if you don’t shift and adjust with the landscape, you will wither and someone else will fill the void.
     
    Now, more than ever, it’s important that our community collaborates and engages with one another to share updates, best practices, ask questions and learn from one another.

    This session is for CSCMP and NASSTRAC members only. Any rebroadcast, retransmission, or reporting of this webinar presentation, without the express written consent of CSCMP is prohibited.

    Participants must be members of either CSCMP or NASSTRAC to participate. Register for the series to participate and to access recordings if you are not available to attend at the scheduled time.