Next-Generation Supply Chain: Adding resiliency to your agile operations post Covid-19

April 27, 2020

As the immediate challenges of coping with the COVID-19 crisis eventually start to subside, supply chain decision-makers will face a ‘new normal’. The long-lasting effects of this pandemic will no doubt cause all sectors to reexamine and evolve the designs of next-generation of supply chains. Navigating through the aftermath and recovery, the need for future supply chain resiliency and transparency will be just as critical as agility. 

What you’ll learn in this webinar recording: 

  • How to manage supply chain priorities differently during times of “peace” vs ‘“war” 
  • The primary critical learnings from the COVID-19 crisis
  • What the next-generation supply chain will look like going forward

Who this webinar recording will benefit:

  • General Managers to better leverage their supply chain
  • VPs of Supply Chain to optimize their supply chain
  • Heads of Transportation to provide real-time visibility to their customers
  • CIOs to feed into their digital transformation journey
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    Samy Kchok
    Sales Director France

    Samy has worked for 22 years in the retail industry & supply chain sectors. After starting at Leclerc, he joined Carrefour where he held various roles and responsibilities, leading the Transportation Department for food and non-food replenishment and strategic projects, notably around supply chain visibility and supply chain transformation. He joined the Casino group within its subsidiary Monoprix where he headed the organization and logistics method department. Samy has two children and is a passionate CrossFit enthusiast.

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    Michel Fender
    Senior Advisor and Adjunct Professor
    HEC Paris

    For more than 30 years, Michel Fender has shared his knowledge and practice to support people and companies in the development of Supply Chain Management and Logistics. As well as writing several books, Michel has been involved in advising and training for many companies in multiple sectors including FMCG, retail and distribution (B2B and B2C), third party logistics, pharmaceutical and healthcare products, publishing, aeronautics, building materials, chemical, oil & gas, automotive, recycling, national agencies and investment banking.

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