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Tel Aviv University Masterclass series: IMPROVING EFFICIENCIES AND MANAGING SUPPLY CHAINS IN A WORLD TURNED UPSIDE DOWN

Assess existing supply chains and learn to build strong, nimble and resilient future supply chains
OVERVIEW:
The COVID-19 pandemic and resulting economic slowdown have wreaked havoc on supply chains worldwide. As businesses cautiously reopen or ramp up operations, there remain countless unknowns about the economy and the potential for a second wave of the virus to further disrupt the global supply chain. In the midst of such unprecedented volatility and uncertainty, how can businesses address emergent issues caused by the crisis and prepare their supply chains to absorb future shocks?
KEY LEARNINGS:

The session is for executives who want to get out of a defensive, reactive position and be assertively ahead of the curve by building supply chains that are strong, nimble, and resilient. This session will help you take a critical look at your existing supply chain, and give you strategies to either fix or overcome any vulnerabilities in the future.

PRESENTED BY:
Noam Shamir is a senior lecturer of Operations Strategy at Tel-Aviv University School of Management. His research focuses on supply-chain management with special interest in information acquisition, incentives for forecast information sharing, economics of information technology and contracting in supply chains. Shamir's research has been published in leading journals, including Management Science and Marketing Science. Prior to joining Tel-Aviv University, Shamir held a visiting position at the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University. Shamir earned a Ph.D. from Stanford University GSB, a M.S. in Statistics also from Stanford University and M.S. and B.S. from Tel-Aviv University.


When
11/11/2020 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
AUS Eastern Standard Time