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Technology Trends that Transform Supply Chain Management

February 10, 2022; 12:30 PM-1:30 PM EST

COVID-19 has made “supply chain” a household phrase. Nearly everyone across the globe has encountered the impact of supply chain disruptions in the last 18 months. All of us have better appreciation for how extensively daily life and business operations depend on smooth-functioning supply chains.

Numerous innovations and emerging technologies are having a transformative impact on supply chain operations. These innovations will help supply chains operate in the future with greater effectiveness and efficiency, while performing with greater flexibility and responsiveness.

Join us for this webinar, led by Professor Nick Hassan as he discusses that while innovation and technological advancements enable considerable improvements, they also expose supply chains to new risks that need to be understood and mitigated. This presentation will also explore:

- key technology and innovation trend, 

- their benefits in supply chain management,

- associated key risks that need to be mitigated for robust and resilient supply chain operations.

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About Presenter:

Professor Hassan’s professional career of 33 years spans a number of leadership positions in technology and business organizations, as well as in academia. 

While at Texas Instruments, Inc., from 1994 until his retirement in 2020, he held leadership roles in strategic programs, product development functions, product line departments, business units, and served as the general manager responsible for business strategy, execution, and P&L for multiple product lines. Before his retirement from TI, Nick was director of innovation and technology partnerships in TI’s CTO office. Prior to joining TI, he held leadership roles in the design and development of superconducting magnets at the Superconducting Super Collider Laboratory for five years, including major assignments at Brookhaven National Laboratory and Fermilab.

Professor Hassan has been a part of the Executive MBA and Global Leadership MBA programs at the University of  Texas at Dallas since 2001, teaching courses in operations and supply chain management, and managing strategy execution. He holds eight US patents and has authored numerous papers and articles.