Supply chain management has been elevated to the forefront of all business conversations, as the global pandemic has exposed hidden vulnerabilities and leaders have had to navigate countless disruptions.
What are the lessons learned that we must take forward? What does the future of supply chain look like? Faculty from the Broad College of Business and global industry leaders and alumni are coming together to answer these questions and provide valuable insights at the MSU Detroit Executive Forum: The Business of Supply Chain on April 12.
Join us at MotorCity Casino to learn from business experts discussing today’s most pressing issues across the supply chain. The evening will kick-off with a presentation from Jason Miller, interim chairperson of the Department of Supply Chain Management, followed by a panel discussion co-moderated by Interim Dean Judith Whipple and Kevin Speicher, senior partner, Detroit, McKinsey & Company.
Our featured panel will include:
- Brian Beattie, B.A. Marketing ’81 – President of Western US Operations, Lineage Logistics
- David Leich, B.A. Materials and Logistics Management ’88 – Executive Director of Global Supply Chain, General Motors
- Christine Krathwohl, B.A. Materials and Logistics Management ’93, EMBA ’02 – Vice President of Global Business Development, FreightVerify, Inc.
5:30p | Networking Reception
6:00p | Presentation from Jason Miller
6:10p | Featured Panel
General admission into the MSU Detroit Executive Forum is $30 per person.