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Is supply chain thinking changing?

May 31, 2022; 12:00 PM-1:00 PM EDT

The pandemic revealed many imperfections in global supply chains. After decades of corporate cost reduction initiatives in logistics, transportation, purchasing, and supply chain management, we were surprised by a massive global disruption. Increasing time pressure, a limited labor market, unaddressed capacity bottlenecks, and growing governmental pressures make future best practices in supply chain management difficult to predict.

Join us for this special session, led by Dr. Glenn Richey, Professor and Eminent Scholar at Auburn University’s Harbert College of Business, to learn more about how supply chain strategy is changing, answering pressing questions like:

• What got supply chains into trouble during the pandemic?

• How does supply chain strategic thinking need to change?

• Why do integration and collaboration matter?

• How will international manufacturing and sourcing adapt?

• Will companies maintain flexible return policies?

Is supply chain thinking changing?>
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About Presenter:

Dr. Glenn Richey

Professor and Eminent Scholar

Glenn Richey is Harbert Eminent Scholar and the chair of the Supply Chain Management Department at Auburn University. He is the current Editor-in-Chief of the elite Journal of Business Logistics with Dr. Beth Davis-Sramek. Dr. Richey leads the Harbert College’s highly respected supply chain management group – emphasizing practical education, impactful research, and service to industry and community. Since 2003, Richey has published ninety-seven peer-reviewed research articles and has taught supply chain and international business courses in twenty-six countries across six continents. Prior to entering academia, Richey worked for a decade in managerial positions including procurement, retail consulting, sales, and logistics & supply chain operations.