Global Operations and Leadership Summit (GOALS)
The Global Operations and Leadership Summit (GOALS) is an all virtual, week-long intensive certificate program designed for executives in operations and supply chain management.
This virtual certificate program will feature live and interactive instruction from experts in the industry. Learn alongside fellow executives as we discuss the remarkable complexities of navigating regional, national and global operations with an emphasis on leadership.
“The best supply chains are prepared and have the resources to compete.”
Our global industry experts and faculty will cover key subjects that are top of mind with today’s supply chain leaders continually seeking to lead and develop operational capability and competency. Join us August 3-6, 2020 for one unique leader-to-leader, powerful and timely personal development opportunity when we launch our inaugural program, GOALS.
Session topics will include: Leading change, agility, leadership shift, hidden risk detection, geo-political landscape impacts across the EU/UK/Russia/China and the USMCA, critical global sourcing decision making, competitive logistics strategies, ethics & trade compliance, supply chain security, supplier relationships, organizational structure & operations, and more. COVID-19 will be invoked throughout the program from a human and a supply chain perspective as we tackle the here and now…as well as our foreseeable future.
Leading Through Sequential Decision Problems with Uncertain Information
Justin Goodson, Saint Louis University
Mexico Global Supply Chain Operations: Leadership Dynamics & Situational Analysis
Fernanda Guarro, 3M (Santa Fe, Mexico)
Supply Chain Strategy and Global Sourcing Execution
Dr. Remko van Hoek, Arkansas University and former CPO, The Walt Disney Company
Dr. Donna Paulmbo-Miele, formerly of Bloomberg, Johnson & Johnson and The Walk Disney Company
Executive Insights into Import Controls and Leadership Competency
George R. Tuttle III, Law Offices of George R. Tuttle, A.P.C.
Day 3 Panel Discussion
Mark Baxa and Day 3 Session Leaders
August 3 – August 6, 2020