Accelerate learning and build a shared vision by attending as a group

As a supply chain leader, this past year has tested you and your organization’s ability to respond, adapt and innovate. You’ve led through disruption and now is the time to double your efforts to build operational excellence, resilience and agility. Fundamental to this success will be the ability for the senior supply chain team to work side by side with shared knowledge and aligned vision. 

There is no better environment for stakeholders to align, learn and network

Divide and conquer

Split up to attend more sessions designed for every member of your team.

Evaluate vendors and solution providers

Compare solutions for all stakeholders across your business.

Meet as a team with experts

Discuss your challenges and validate your strategies. 

Tips for attending a virtual conference as a team

Align your vision as you forge strong relationships and a deeper, shared understanding with your colleagues and peers to help drive your strategies forward.

  • Have a team-planning call to set key objectives.
  • Decide a strategy for how to divide and conquer the agenda (which sessions you attend collectively could be as important).
  • Agree on how you will share key learning.
  • Create a document repository for notes, slides, etc., on Google Drive or another file-sharing platform.
  • Add colleagues to your expert one-on-ones.
  • Create a Microsoft Teams/Slack/Google Hangout channel to stay in touch during the conference.
  • Share sessions with your teammates — make notes of times they would find especially helpful.
  • Make a plan to virtually share a coffee or lunch break together as a team.
  • Set up a.m. or p.m. calls to discuss what you hope to learn, what you did learn, and stay connected.
  • Set up a call to review key take-aways and create an action plan for how you will apply what you have learned. What are you going to start doing/stop doing/do differently as a result of what you have learned?
  • Create a shortlist of must-see sessions you missed and schedule time to view them in the next week or two while the conference is still fresh in your mind.
  • Connect on LinkedIn with any peers you met during the conference.
  • Schedule follow-up meetings with any exhibitors that piqued your interest (through the Conference Portal)

Suggested sessions by role

  • CSCO Circle sessions 
  • Reinvent Supply Chains for the New Normal: Balance Regional Designs in Global Networks
  • Signature Series: The Future of Supply Chain
  • Three Strategies for Shifting Supply Chain Organization Behavior
  • Tailoring Risk Management to the New Era of Risk

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  • Centralizing or Decentralizing Your Supply Chain Planning Organization?
  • Demand Planning Begins Where Forecasting Ends
  • Closing Talent Gaps: Design a Talent Strategy for Supply Chain Planning
  • Improve Supply Chain Planning Performance by Differentiating Metrics Based on 4 Planning Horizons

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  • Budgeting and Strategic Planning Trends for Procurement
  • Research Discussion: Procurement’s Skill Gap Myth: Addressing Procurement’s Strategic Deficiencies Through Management Climate
  • Procurement’s Role in Boosting Supply Chain Resilience
  • Why Some Leaders Build Exceptional Talent and Others Don't

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  • Protect Your Most Critical Assets and Build a Data-Driven Manufacturing Workforce Now
  • Resilience vs. Cost Efficiency in Manufacturing Networks - Two Sides of the Same Coin?
  • Four Shifts in Quality Management Needed by 2025
  • 2021 Top Technology Trends For Manufacturing Operations

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  • The Evolution of Order to Cash Control Towers
  • Four Practices to Transform Your eCommerce Packaging Strategy
  • The Future of Last Mile Driven by Technology Innovations
  • Organizing Global Trade for Scale and Strategic Advantage

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Ready to bring your team?

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