The Role of “End-To-End” in Managing Supply Chain Disruption

Neil Hill

Partner at Oliver Wight

Learning Objectives

During the past 18 months we have witnessed how quickly supply chains can be disrupted in the most unexpected ways. But business disruption doesn’t have to mean business disaster. Whether it’s minor supply chain hiccups, competitor activity, or global events, many organizations can learn how to turn these situations to their advantage and even find new ways to disrupt the markets in which they operate. Join Oliver Wight Partner, Neil Hill as he explains how to exploit uncertainty and effectively manage risk. Neil will be exploring the role of End to End Supply Chain Planning and Integrated Business Planning in creating business resilience