October 7, 2020 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
Online Webinar
Tammy Schwarzbauer

Return, Recover and Rebuild: Managing Risk and Resiliency in your Supply Chain – Free Webinar

Join a complimentary online event where William Byrkit will share three things your company should do now within your supply chain to ensure continuity of supply and create a more resilient future.

As a result of the global pandemic, 75% of U.S. businesses have reported supply chain disruptions. This has caused production shutdowns, temporary or permanent business shutdowns, shortfalls, outages, and an increased reliance on a remote workforce to stabilize their supply chain.

The ability to manage supply chain uncertainty and risk is more critical than ever. New realities call for increased supplier transparency, greater collaboration and an ability to pivot, while continuously improving skills and processes in procurement and supply chain. 93% of the global supply chain leaders are planning to increase their resilience in the next 12 months.

When analyzing whether your organization’s Supply Chain can withstand a crisis, it needs to be assessed from not only an operational perspective but from multiple angles (Capability, Capacity, Competency and Transparency).

Join supply chain, sourcing leader William Byrkit as he shares how to:

• Use key indicators to mitigate and manage the Supply Chain Risk
• Navigate through the disruption focusing on “run the business” activities
• Provide the most immediate impact on the end-to-end supply chain stabilization

Featured Speaker:  William Byrkit, Principal, Byrkit Point Supply Chain Advisors

Bill has more than 25 years of extensive experience in Strategic Sourcing and Supply Chain Management, with a strong track record of Supply Chain performance improvement in global businesses. He has worked internationally with global leaders in Consumer Packaging Goods, Off Road OEM, Tier 1 Auto and Building products, always focused on collaboratively developing and aligning Global Strategic Sourcing & Supply Chain effective teams and processes.