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Rethink Your Supply Chain and Be Prepared for the Next Disruption
Discover the key ingredients to address the multi-tier supply challenges needed to achieve a balance of agility and resiliency. And find out why investments in technology and process changes have been largely ineffective in addressing supply constraints and optimizing product mix.

Over the past few months, automotive original equipment manufacturers (OEM) and suppliers have been participating in banker-led sector updates. In these updates, strategies, opportunities, problems, and major initiatives have been discussed along with Q&A designed to understand go-forward plans and market positioning for each company.

In this webinar, we will discuss select points voiced in these updates by Ford, GM, Rivian, Lear, Adient, American Axle, and Aptiv with comparisons made to Tesla.

We will also discuss:

Why most automotive and industrial companies were so unprepared for the pandemic?  

How have most initiatives over the last 20 years led to unintended consequences and compounded the impacts of the pandemic?  

Why have our investments in technology and process changes been ineffective in addressing supply constraints and optimizing product mix?

You will come away with new strategies to help you prepare your supply chains for the future.

Jun 30, 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.