The Relevant, Resourceful, Resilient Supply Chain Professional

The Relevant, Resourceful, Resilient Supply Chain Professional


When:

 

Tuesday, August 29, 6:00 pm

Where:

 

The Lucky Monk, South Barrington

Cost:

 

$35.00 members; $45 non-members
Dinner included; Cash bar

Registration:

 

Sign-up on-line now!

Please Join Us in South Barrington for August's Professional Development Meeting

   The Relevant, Resourceful, Resilient Supply Chain Professional
       A 21st Century Approach for 21st Century SC Professionals

Are you constantly striving to innovate and transform your supply chain? Itís challenging, exciting and rewarding work, and we all need tools and techniques beyond our supply chain competencies in order drive continuous improvement initiatives. Those tools and techniques help us to be more effective contributors, collaborators and innovators.

  • Resourcefulness: What resources are out there to help us? What should we be contributing in return?
  • Relevance: What can we learn, what skills can we develop to keep us relevant, whether youíre just starting out or you are a seasoned, experienced professional?
  • Resilience: Innovation is risky. Whether our ideas work or not, we need to keep striving to come back and continue evolving. What gives us the mindset and energy to keep doing that?
Katherine W Olsen, CPIM, CSCP, a high energy supply chain leader with expertise in building effective global organizations and implementing customer-focused processes in dynamic, profitable business units is currently leading a high-performing team of supply chain professionals as Director of Supply Chain for Castle Metals. Ms. Olsen is also currently an Adjunct Professor at the Illinois Institute of Technology. Before coming to Castle Metals Ms. Olsen held three successive positions, Corporate Supply Chain Manager, Director of Supply Chain Global Fulfillment, and Director of Supply Chain Optimization, at Panduit. Prior to Panduit, Ms. Olsen had significant management responsibilities during her tenure at Motorola. Ms. Olsen holds a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering (BSIE) from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and a Master of Science with a Supply Chain Management concentration from Elmhurst College.

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