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How 3PLs Can Gain a Persistent Competitive Advantage for Long Term Success
This webinar will feature a conversation between Alan Amling, Distinguished industry executive, professor, and recent author of the book Organizational Velocity, and Joe Bellini, Supply Chain Innovator, and co-author of the business strategy book The Real-Time Enterprise.

Alan and Joe will share their insights on:

1. How long-term success requires constant discovery and building of new advantages. They will describe how “optionality” (the potential for options) is what persistent advantage is built on and how 3PLs and logistics service providers can now move at the speed of this challenge to transform their business from one that is transactional to one that is value focused.

2. The ability to learn fast is the foundation of Organizational Velocity’s observe-accept-act framework that creates optionality and its ensuing persistent advantage to drive mutual success for 3PLs and their customers.

3. The importance of data in this process and how a digital supply chain network™ can match planning and execution in real time to produce optimized supply chain management results.

4. How this data and AI-driven approach, not only powers the best-in-class 3PL Control Tower service excellence at the transaction level, but also provides the intelligence to transform the 3PL into a trusted advisory who creates value with their customer from ideas that had not previously existed.

Jun 28, 2022 11:00 AM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Joe Bellini
EVP Product Marketing @One Network Enterprises
Joe Bellini holds a patent in Supply Chain Planning and is the co-author of the business strategy book, “The Real-Time Enterprise.” Joe holds degrees in Mechanical Engineering, Applied Mathematics and Statistics, is an alumnus of Harvard Business School, and is certified in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning from MIT Sloan School of Management. Joe also brings his business solution and technology expertise gained through his work experiences at some of today’s leading technology companies, including General Electric, HP/EDS, Brooks Automation, IRI, R1/Accretive Health, and Oracle.
Alan Amling
Distinguished Fellow @University of Tennessee Supply Chain Institute
Alan's expertise lies in harnessing digital disruption for success. Alan is a TED speaker; a member of the Executive Advisory Board for the Georgia Tech Manufacturing Institute, and the CEO of advisory firm Thrive, and Advance LLC. Prior to joining UT’s Global Supply Chain Institute, Amling’s 27-year career at UPS saw him hold a number of roles including VP of Corporate Strategy, where he helped revitalize innovation and venture capital programs for the digital economy