The annual MIT SCALE Alumni ReConnect welcomes alumni back to campus to network with each other and continue their professional education.
ReConnect 2012 begins with a reception on the evening of June 28 and continues through the early afternoon on June 29.
Our guest speaker in the morning is Frank Quinn, Editor, Supply Chain Management Review “What's Hot in Supply Chain Right Now”. Because of Frank’s unique position as the editor of the leading journal in SCM, he has a great vantage point to see the world of supply chain management.
Derrick Redding (SCM'02), General Manager Toyota Business Unit, Johnson controls, Inc.
Leading Global Cost Reduction Programs @ Toyota and Johnson Controls: How the MLOG degree helped
Entrepreneurship and leadership in logistics
Starting and growing a logistics company from 3 to over 300 people, presence in 20 countries and $100 million in revenue is an exciting journey. However, it is not always smooth sailing and requires constant adaptation to changing business and economic landscape. Jim Berlin will provide his perspective on how he manages the company, inspires people and takes on new business opportunities.
Jim Berlin, Founder and CEO of Logistics Plus, Inc.
This informative session entitled, "MIT Global SCALE Graduate Programs - Where Do We Go From Here? - The Alumni Perspective" features alumni from our SCALE centers in the US, Europe, and Latin America. You will learn learn about what happens to students after they graduate from the MIT Global SCALE graduate programs. Listen to alumni talking about their experiences post program, what they are doing now, and how they are applying their learnings in their current roles.
This final webinar in our MIT Global SCALE Supply Chain Graduate Programs 2012 series was conducted on March 14, at 11:00 am EST.
This informative session entitled, "Why the MIT Global SCALE Network for Talent? : The Hiring Company Perspective" featured Daniel Stanton, Supply Chain Professional Development Manager, Caterpillar Logistics, Inc., Norbert Nusterer, Vice President New and ReCon Parts, Cummins, and Ryan Quinlan, Sr. Operations Manager, Amazon.
Join CTL and the other centers in the MIT Global SCALE Network for a lively and informative discussion around the graduate programs in supply chain management. Learn from current students about their courseload and what to expect as you consider applying.
Video of the Webinar
Chairman & CEO
The Future of Logistics and Trade
Dr. Risto Talas
University of Hull Logistics Institute
Maritime Terrorism & Piracy – A Short History And Some Thoughts About The Future
Eun Suk Suh
Complex Systems Modeling – Case of Xerox Global Supply Chain
Chairman and CEO
Red Wing Shoe Company
Made in the USA: Strategic Advantage Through Dual Supply Chains
Peter D. Gibbons
Executive Vice President, Global Supply Chain Operations
Starbucks Coffee Company
Supply Chain’s Role in Facilitating Business Strategy
As Starbucks executive vice president, Global Supply Chain Operations, Peter D. Gibbons is responsible for all of the products that contribute to the Starbucks Experience – from the coffee in your cup, to the cup itself and the table it rests on – at every Starbucks store around the world.
Ushering in Supply Chain 3.0 – The Resiliency-optimized Supply Chain
Roger Bloemen, Vice President Global Supply Chain, Solutia
From Business Strategy to Supply Chain Strategy
Roger Bloemen is Vice President, Global Supply Chain for Solutia. He has degrees in Bio Engineering, Industrial Engineering and Business Administration from University of Leuven, Belgium. Roger has an executive MBA from Stanford University and gives frequent lectures on Supply Chain strategy at key business schools around the world. Last year Solutia won the Belgian Pics Supply Chain award.
Mark Buckley, Vice President Environmental Affairs, Staples
Implementing Sustainability in the Supply Chain
Join Jarrod Goentzel, SCM Executive Director, and Mark Colvin, SCM Admissions Coordinator for a 1 hour webinar where they give a brief introduction to the program and then will be available for Q&A from the audience.
Bring your questions and come say hello!
CTL will figure prominently at the annual CSCMP conference in September 2010. Join us for lively panel discussions, debates, and Tuesday's keynote address, as we tackle the latest issues and trends facing supply chain & logistics professionals today.
Thursday March 25, 2010
Open to everyone
Crossroad Conference: Building Supply Chains that Deliver Sustainability