Global Supply Chain Strategy
The MIT Forum for Supply Chain Innovation, in partnership with the Fishman Davidson Center for Service and Operations Management at the Wharton School, are pleased to announce a one-day conference:
March 28th, 2013
MIT Faculty Club
GLOBAL SUPPLY CHAIN STRATEGY: OUTSOURCING, RE-SHORING AND NEAR-SHORING
This one-day executive conference, in partnership with the Wharton School, will focus on global supply chains that are operated by multinational manufacturing companies. This will include OEMs, contract manufacturers and lower tier suppliers. The emphasis will be on issues associated with the sourcing of manufacturing.
US Chief Manufacturing Officer, NIST
Mike Molnar, US Chief Manufacturing Officer-National Institute of Standards and Technology, United States Department of Commerce will deliver the keynote at the Forum’s March 28, 2013, conference. Mr. Molnar’s keynote, Designing the Future of US Manufacturing: Creating Sustainable Innovation Hubs, will discuss the National Network for Manufacturing Innovation and its regional components, whose objective is to create the ‘partnership space’ for US-based manufacturing, an initiative proposed by President Obama.
See press release.
Global-Local Manufacturing and Supply Chain Strategies
Professor, Engineering Systems Division
Global Supply Chain Strategy: A Framework for Evaluating Tradeoffs, Risk and Impact of Outsourcing, Re-shoring and Near-Shoring
Professor, The Wharton School
University of Pennsylvania
Made in America, Again
Senior Partner and Managing Director
Boston Consulting Group
Made (Differently) in the USA
Chief Strategy Officer
Reconfiguring Supply Chains for Re-Shoring
Partner, SCM Consulting Practice
Supply Chain Globalization; Challenges and Opportunities for 21st Century Defense, Space & Security Industrial Base
Director, Supply Chain Strategy & Early Supplier Involvement Supplier Management
Boeing Defense, Space & Security
Members of the Forum and Wharton School attend FREE OF CHARGE. To register, please email Janet Kerrigan.
Nonmembers pay a nominal registration fee of $250 and register online.
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