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14.05.2020

Let’s Talk Supply Chains: Register Now for Our Upcoming Master Class Series

They say you never stop learning. And as a supply chain professional in the midst of great change, you know learning comes with the territory. 

You’re continually learning how to meet customer expectations with great constraints on resources. So what if you had access to some of the supply chain’s top minds – to help you discover new and exciting ways to conquer these complexities?

At Körber, we’re excited to offer that exclusive access for free. Beginning Tuesday, May 19, Körber will kick off our new Master Class Series, tackling the myriad challenges facing today’s supply chain. This unique series will delve into topics to help professionals think about managing their supply chains as a competitive advantage. Sessions will feature industry insiders and technology experts providing insight on which supply chain strategies are working, which aren’t and which must change. You’ll also have a chance for Q&A after every session.

Each Master Class is broken into five short, easily digestible 30-minute segments, with new segments at 12 p.m. ET Tuesdays and Thursdays. The series beginning May 19 will focus on addressing labor challenges, followed by a series on cold storage trends beginning June 9. In the coming months, we’ll also address topics such as critical capabilities/supply chain complexity, workplace efficiencies & safety, and disaster mitigation. 

We’re excited that Thomas Goldsby, Professor and Chair of Logistics at the University of Tennessee’s Haslam College of Business, has agreed to serve as our host. Along with earning his Ph.D. in Marketing and Logistics from Michigan State University, Goldsby is Co-Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Business Logistics and former Co-Editor-in-Chief of Transportation Journal.

Here’s what to expect from each session: Thomas will start by providing an academic perspective on that day’s topic. Then, he’ll moderate discussions with industry insiders and technology experts, all of whom will address what’s working, what’s not and what must change. Plus, you’ll have the opportunity to participate in each session’s Q&A. 

And don’t worry – if a session doesn’t fit your schedule, or you want to replay a specific session, a recording will be available immediately after the presentation for your convenience.  

To register for a session, class or the entire Körber Master Class Series, or for more information, visit the series homepage.

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