FREE Developing a Demand-Driven Supply Chain Strategy webinar, Tuesday, July 14 1:30 - 2:30 pm EDT!

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Attend our free Developing a Demand-Driven Supply Chain Strategy webinar to learn about the essential elements of demand-driven supply chains and the keys to developing a demand-driven supply chain strategy. As a thank you for attending, you will receive a *discount code towards towards the August 18-21 course in being held in Atlanta, GA (*please note that the discount cannot be combined with any other discount).


As supply chain executives become more instrumental in supporting long-term strategic objectives of their firms, they need to complement traditional supply chain operational knowledge with a more strategic view of their role in delivering aligned results to the business. This includes assessing their organization's current supply chain strategy and formulating a new one as well as understanding the key issues needed to implement a demand-driven supply chain strategy and how to continually review and align it. 

Our webinar will discuss the essential elements of demand-driven supply chains and the keys to developing a demand-driven supply chain strategy. The webinar will also provide a preview of the upcoming course in August where participants will have the opportunity to work with an extended simulation game of a fictional company to see the impact of supply chain strategic decisions in real time, while monitoring their ability to manage uncertainty and deliver financial results for the firm. 


Lew Roberts specializes in the fields of Business Performance Improvement and Supply Chain Management. His consulting and management development career over the last twenty five years has included working with Ryder, UPS-SCS, Caliber Logistics, DHL, Menlo Worldwide, BAX Global, Owens Corning, Coca-Cola, Georgia-Pacific, Baxter, De Beers, Mercedes Benz, Nissan and many other major firms worldwide. He has studied under Dr. Richard Schonberger, who is recognized as one of the worlds leading authorities in the fields of JIT and Business Performance Improvement.


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