Professional Development Meetings (PDMs)

Schedule

Executive Networking and Dinner Events
Every Second Tuesday of the Month Starting in September

*Registration Details Coming Soon*

(Limited Seating At Every Event!)

Plus, A Special Virtual PDM with Gary Smith on November 15th!










Stephanie Stuckey

CEO, Stuckey's Corporation
Tuesday, September 13th, 6pm-8pm











Cy Smith
President, ketteQ
Tuesday, October 11th, 
6pm-8pm


 







Maureen Woolshlager
Director of Strategy, Vector Global Logistics 
Tuesday, November 8th, 6pm-8pm










Prof. Danny Warshay, MBA
Executive Director, Nelson Center for Entrepreneurship
Brown University

Tuesday, December 13th, 6pm-8pm



Virtual Executive PDM

Tuesday, November 15th, 7pm

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Speaker

Gary Smith

CPIM-F, CSCP-F, CLTD-F

 

Supply Chain Thought Leader, Speaker, Author and Mentor

The Roaring 2020s In Supply Chain Management

Three Trends That Will Challenge Supply Chains In The Coming Decade”

 

 

PDM Synopsis

You are probably familiar with the curse, "May you live in interesting times."  As the world continues to fight the effects of Covid-19 and its variants, the coming decade will bring its own unique, interesting, and complex challenges.  Although I am not a futurist, I believe that three compelling trends will affect and impact supply chains in the coming decade.  How we deal with them will significantly affect the way of life and standard of living for ourselves and future generations. 

These trends are: 

1) The retirement of the Baby Boom Generation

2) The continued and rapid pace of disruptions and change

3) The impact of climate change.  

This presentation will discuss the origins of these trends, why they are important, and ways to address them.  The presenter will discuss the importance of historical perspective, mentoring, and the knowledge transfer process.  He will discuss change how to make a paradigm shift so that transformational change in an organization is welcomed instead of feared.  Finally, we will discuss how supply chain professionals can impact climate change by learning the sources of greenhouse gases (GHG's) and what we can do to reduce your organization's carbon footprint.

DATE

 

Tuesday, November 15, 2022

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TIME

7pm -8pm (EST)

LOCATION

FREE Virtual PDM Via Zoom 

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AGENDA

7:00pm (EST) – Keynote Speaker Presentation

 

8:00pm (EST) – Conclusion of Event

 

ABOUT THE SPEAKER

Gary A. Smith, CPIM-F, CSCP-F, CLTD-F is a Supply Chain Thought Leader, Speaker, Author and Mentor.  His forty-plus year career includes leadership positions in warehouse operations and management consulting in a variety of industries and in both private and public sectors.  He recently retired from New York City Transit, where he held the positions of Vice President of Supply Logistics and Chief, EAM / SCM.  Gary and his wife Liz are now residents of St. Simons Island, GA where he continues to consult, write about supply chain topics, and ride his bicycle.

 

Gary is a graduate of the Georgia Institute of Technology and holds Fellow-level status in all three APICS Certifications.  He is also Chair of the CLTD Certification Subcommittee for ASCM.