PotP2018

Shape the Future of Supply Chain, Celebrate Your Successes and Be Recognized by Your Peers

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Congratulations to the 2018 finalists

Talent Breakthrough of the Year

3M

Benjamin Moore

Cisco

ColgatePalmolive

kimberly clarck

Land o lakes

Supply Chain Breakthrough of the Year

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intel

p-g

Pfizer

Schneider electric

From these finalists, our panel of distinguished executive judges will select the strongest initiatives in each sub-category, and from those, determine the two overall Breakthrough of the Year winners. The winners will be revealed and celebrated at a gala dinner at SCM World Live Americas Forum on 6 February 2018 at the Turnberry Isle Resort in Miami.

To request more information about the finalists’ initiatives, please click here.

Awards Ceremony

The Power of the Profession Awards 2018 ceremony will take place at a gala dinner on 6 February 2018 at the Turnberry Isle Resort in Miami, Florida, as part of the SCM World Live Americas Forum.

Join us at this forum to celebrate not only your own successes, but also learn from other initiatives by meeting industry peers including the finalists and winners in person.

For more information about SCM World Live Americas, which is open to VPs, SVPs and EVPs in supply chain functions, please register your interest here.

Award Categories

The Power of the Profession Awards comprise two awards categories: Supply Chain Breakthrough of the Year and Supply Chain Talent Breakthrough of the Year.

Within each category there are three sub-categories, meaning there are eight awards available in total. To win, entries need to demonstrate how they meet the following criteria. More generally, the judges are also looking for the level of innovation, the quality of execution and your ability to demonstrate the impact of your initiative – both qualitatively and quantitatively. See below for further information on the categories for the 2018 Power of the Profession Awards.

Supply Chain Breakthrough of the Year

Initiative that drives breakthrough innovation for customers, the business and/or the lasting benefit of society.

Category awards:

Customer Innovation of the Year
Supply chain initiative that has created a more valuable customer experience and achieved a positive, quantifiable impact on customer loyalty.
Business Win of the Year
Supply chain initiative that has contributed outstanding top-line business performance, profitable growth, savings, and/or given a distinct competitive edge.
Social Impact of the Year
Supply chain initiative that has achieved a positive, quantifiable impact on society, local communities and/or the environment.

Supply Chain Talent Breakthrough of the Year

Talent initiative that is shaping the supply chain team of the future by fostering diversity, creating value for the business and/or developing capabilities across the value chain.

Category awards:

Talent Diversity Champion of the Year
Supply chain talent program that has resulted in a more diverse and engaged workforce throughout the supply chain organization.
Talent Payback of the Year
Supply chain talent initiative that has driven tangible revenue growth, cost savings, product innovation or outstanding customer satisfaction metrics.

Talent Partnership of the Year
Supply chain talent initiative that has extended capability development across the value chain, quantitatively driving value internally and/or externally with suppliers and partners.

Judging Panel

Yone Dewberry

Chief Supply Chain Officer

Dr Dirk Holbach

Corporate Senior Vice President and Chief Supply Chain Officer, Laundry & Home Care

Mark Sutcliffe

Global Vice President, Supply Chain Management

Steve Stafstrom

Vice President Operations

Tony Stallings

Vice President Global Supply Chain

Liz O’Neill

Senior Vice President, Chief Supply Chain Officers

Tariq Farooq

Senior Vice President Global Supply Chain

Wayne Swanton

Senior Vice President, Global Operations

Sheri Henck

Vice President, Global Supply Chain

Maria Nieradka

Senior Vice President, Global Operations

Tamara Sniffen

Vice President Global Operations

Michael Edmunds

Vice President, Global Supply Chain

Ramsey Musa

Vice President Supply Chain

Stuart Pann

Chief Supply Chain Officer

Beth Ward

Senior Vice President, Global Supply Chain

Roberto Canevari

Chief Supply Chain Officer

Jim Rowan

Chief Operating Officer

Brian Tobey

Corporate Vice President, Manufacturing, Supply Chain, Information & Services

John Church

Executive Vice President, Supply Chain

Yannis Skoufalos

Global Product Supply Officer

Sandra MacQuillan

Senior Vice President and Chief Supply Chain Officer

Gerry Rogers

Vice President Global Sourcing & Manufacturing

John D. Salt

Senior Vice-President, Supply Chain

Vicki Dawkins

President of Hermetic Motors

Annette Clayton

CEO & President, North America, and CSCO

Frank Crespo

Vice President and Chief Procurement Officer, Caterpillar Inc

Jackie Sturm

Chief Procurement Officer, Intel

Quentin Roach

Chief Procurement Officer & Senior Vice President, Merck

Peter Gibbons

Executive Vice President, Chief Supply Chain Officer, Mattel

Angel Mendez

Chief Operating Officer, Here

Richard Ware

Vice President, Supply, Research, Development & Procurement

Tim Bailey

Executive Vice President — Global Product Supply, Business Services & Technology, and Research, Development & Engineering

Paul Dittmann

Executive Director, The Global Supply Chain Institute, University of Tennessee

Prof. Christopher S. Tang

Distinguished Professor & Edward W. Carter Chair in Business Administration, UCLA Anderson School of Management

Prof. Dr. Arnd Huchzermeier

WHU, Otto Beisheim School of Management

Prof. Jan Fransoo

Professor of Operations Management & Logistics, School of Industrial Engineering, Eindhoven University of Technology

2017 Winners

Talent Breakthrough of the Year

Talent Diversity Champion of the Year

Talent Payback of the Year

Talent Partnership of the Year

Supply Chain Breakthrough of the Year

Customer Innovation of the Year

Business Win of the Year

Social Impact of the Year

“The awards process really pushed us to reflect on what it takes to achieve supply chain excellence…”

Susanna Zhu, CPO at The Hershey Company, winner of the 2017 Talent Breakthrough of the Year award

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 2018 semi-finalists

Talent Breakthrough of the Year

3M

AT-T

Benjamin Moore

Cisco

ColgatePalmolive

hp

IBM

Johnson Control

kimberly clarck

Land o lakes

Microsoft

Oracle

Verizon

Supply Chain Breakthrough of the Year

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astrazeneca

Canadian Tire

Cisco

ColgatePalmolive

hershey

intel

kimberly clarck

Lesara

merck group

mercy health

Metro

Microsoft

Pfizer

p-g

Schneider electric

Seagate

Syngenta

Verizon

WD

About the Power of the Profession Awards

Now in their fourth year, the SCM World Power of the Profession Awards identify, recognize and enable collective learning from the most impactful and innovative supply chain initiatives.

The winners are those who deliver outstanding breakthrough performances in two key areas – the first in supply chain impact and the second in supply chain talent development – as voted for by their industry peers and our expert panel of independent, executive-level judges.

Contact

You can stay in touch with developments via this page or via Twitter using the hashtag #POTP18

If you have any questions, contact KC Gentzel, VP Program Director at [email protected]

Thank you for helping shape the future of supply chain.

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