Gartner Supply Chain Leaders Forum

May 7 – 9, 2023 | Orlando, FL

An exclusive community of CSCOs and global supply chain executives

At Gartner Supply Chain Leaders Forum 2022, CSCOs joined Gartner experts over two days to share valuable insights on digital supply chains, the future workforce, sustainability and much more. Attendees walked away with personalized insights and detailed plans to successfully lead their supply chains to push the envelope, and maximize innovation, profitability, and sustainability. The conference offered the tools, insights and advice needed to address the challenges ahead. 

At the conference, the top 5 priorities that supply chain leaders met on included:

  1. Supply Chain Risk
  2. Circular Economy 
  3. Future of Supply Chain
  4. Supply Chain Operational Excellence 
  5. Sustainability 

We hope you enjoyed the 2022 Gartner Supply Chain Leaders Forum!  If you missed it, be sure to explore what was covered at the conference.

Trusted and collaborative environment

Speak openly and candidly with trusted peers.

Peer-to-peer problem solving 

Work alongside peers on the most critical priorities facing supply chain executives today.

Cross-industry perspectives

Collaborate with peers to exchange ideas and gain practical insights from across an array of industries.

Gartner Supply Chain Leaders Forum is the premier conference for C-level supply chain and operations executives. It is an opportunity for leaders to set down their day-to-day challenges and focus on the big trends and issues facing our community, society and planet.

Stan Aronow

Conference Chair and Distinguished VP Analyst

2022 topics at a glance

Supply chain executives had the opportunity over the course of two days to engage in meaningful discussions with peers around the globe on these and many other topics.

Digital supply chains

Discover how leading supply chains are pushing the envelope on hyperautomated capabilities for supply, demand and product management.

Customer experience

Hear best practices from peers to better sense, connect and support customers, consumers and patients using artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), big data analysis and other customer experience (CX) techniques.

Future workforce

Discuss the shift toward human-centric work design, in the context of intensifying talent competition, new employee work expectations, growing digital skills gaps, and diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) challenges and progress.

Orchestrating ecosystems

Explore opportunities to maximize innovation, profitability and sustainability through greater partnership with not only traditional value chain partners, but competitors.

Supply chain risk management

Discover strategies to address the latest risks stemming from geopolitics, cyberdisruption, climate change and more.


Learn how to position your organization to support escalating public commitments on environmental sustainability and ethical sourcing.