The State of the Supply Chain in 2022 - Live Chat with Tom Linton
COVID-19 lockdowns across China; the Russia-Ukraine War; factory fires; demand shifts; commodity and labor shortages: we’re still experiencing a perfect storm of supply chain disruptions as we head into the second half of the year. What should you be aware of when it comes to supply chain risk? Watch this on-demand discussion with leading supply chain expert, author, and former Flex CPO, Tom Linton on the current state of the supply chain.
Moderated by Resilinc’s VP of Customer Success, Glenn Wilensky, we’ve covered:
Supply chain disruption data and broader risk trends for the first half of the year (commodity shortages; Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act)
Are solutions like near-shoring, on-shoring, and moving away from JIT feasible?
Why supply chain resiliency begins with mapping
Lessons from the trenches
Supply Chain Advisor and Former CPO, Flex
Tom Linton is a recognized industry expert in procurement and supply chain. He previously served as chief procurement and supply chain officer of Flex and held similar positions at LG Electronics, Agere Systems, and Freescale Semiconductor. Currently he is a senior advisor at McKinsey & Company and an independent director of and advisor to other companies.
Vice President of Customer Success, Resilinc
Glenn Wilensky serves as Resilinc’s Vice President of Customer Success. He has strong track record for leading award-winning implementation and customer success teams. Glenn has spent his career focusing on building and leading technology and services teams across a variety of industries including healthcare, emergency management, and communications. Glenn has worked within the public sector at organizations such as FEMA, GA DOT, the US Army, Department of Defense, and the FL Department of Health.
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