The pandemic has shown the world how vulnerable our supply chains are, creating unprecedented disruptions across all industry sectors. We have seen business interruptions, stockouts and shortages that have put entire economies at risk. In this talk, Dr. Nada Sanders, the foremost authority on helping companies rebuild their supply chains, discusses the current state of global supply chains, what went wrong and what we can learn from the past - and what business leaders can do to better manage their supply chains.
Dr. Sanders is an internationally recognized thought leader and expert in forecasting and supply chain management. Her expertise is identifying best practices in forecasting, developing a corporate technology strategy, digital transformation, and creating resilient supply chains. Throughout her career Dr. Sanders has held a range of leadership roles in both academic and professional organizations, has served on numerous executive boards, and is a frequently called upon keynote speaker.RSVP NOW
Dr. Sanders is the Distinguished Professor of Supply Chain Management at the D’Amore-McKim School of Business at Northeastern University. She holds a Ph.D. in Operations Management and Logistics from the Fisher College of Business at The Ohio State University. She is author of seven books including the Humachine (Routledge, 2 nd ed forthcoming 2024), has authored over one hundred scholarly works, and has served on the editorial boards of prominent journals. She is President of the Production and Operations Management Society (POMS) and a Fellow of the Decision Sciences Institute. She serves on the Board of Economic Advisors for the Association of Industries of Massachusetts, and is regularly featured on major news outlets, including CNN, CNBC, NPR and BBC.