Actionable Insights to Prepare for What's Next
The global pandemic has fundamentally changed the order of business. From marketing to sales, manufacturing to research development, the ground has been shaken. The Wharton Ready Livecast Series, fueled by the stellar, groundbreaking thought leadership of the world-renowned Wharton faculty, is a twice weekly series of stimulating conversations brought to you by Wharton Executive Education.
Every Tuesday and Thursday, Wharton brings you live and timely updates on how to recalibrate and reorient your business for a new post-COVID-19 reality. Join us to be Wharton ready for what comes next.
GAD ALLON, PHD
Jeffrey A. Keswin Professor, Professor of Operations, Information, and Decisions; Director, Jerome Fisher Program in Management & Technology
SANTIAGO GALLINO, PHD
Assistant Professor of Operations, Information, and Decisions
The pandemic has exposed catastrophic vulnerabilities and disruption to supply chains worldwide. As businesses move forward, what are the actions businesses should take to prepare for the new normal?
In this livecast, Professors Gad Allon and Santiago Gallino will discuss:
- Ways that firms can prepare to reduce their exposure to unforeseen events that may target their vulnerabilities
- Supply Chain Trade-Offs: Resiliency vs. Efficiency / Regionalized vs. Globalized
- New approaches to help manage supply chain risk and build resiliency in the future
Date: Tuesday, May 26, 2020
Time: 9:00 - 9:45 am CT
Cost: FREE, but RSVP is required