Why Attend?

World Class Speakers

C-Level executives from the world’s leading supply chain organizations

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Relevant Topics

Delve into cutting-edge content demystified by fellow practitioners

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Unique Forum Format

Confidential cross-industry forum in an environment without vendor solicitation

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World Class Speakers

The world’s most influential business and operations executives share their insights and experiences at the Leaders Forum, in a closed-door setting like no other.

Brian-Krzanich

Brian Krzanich
CEO,
Intel

Greg-Smith

Greg Smith
Executive Vice President, Supply Chain
Walmart U.S.

Magdi Batato
Executive Vice President,
Head of Operations,
Nestlé

Yannis Skoufalas
Global Product Supply Officer,
P&G

Scott-Galloway1

Scott Galloway
Founder,
L2

Former Speakers Include

Paul Polman
Chief Executive Officer
Unilever

John F. Lundgren
Chairman & Chief Executive Officer
Stanley Black & Decker

Dr Condoleezza Rice
66th United States Secretary of State

Dr Hau Lee
Thoma Professor of Operations, Information & Technology
Stanford University

Sandra MacQuillan
SVP, Chief Supply Chain Officer
Kimberly-Clark

Dirk Backhaus
Head of Product Supply and Member of the Executive Committee
Bayer

Yone Dewberry
Chief Supply Chain Officer
Land O’Lakes

Dave-Clarke

Dave Clark
SVP Worldwide Operations & Customer Service
Amazon

Stuart-Pann

Stuart Pann
Chief Supply Chain Officer

HP inc

Eric-Sprunk

Eric Sprunk
Chief Operating Officer
Nike

Kathryn-Wengel

Kathryn Wengel
Chief Supply Chain Officer
Johnson & Johnson

Jim-Miller

Jim Miller
VP Worldwide Operations
Google

Peter-Carlsson

Peter Carlsson
Former VP Supply Chain

Tesla

Alex-Blanco

Alex Blanco
EVP, Chief Supply Chain Officer
Ecolab

Power of the Profession

Growing Through Digital, Leading with Purpose, Inspiring our People

Supply chain management in 2018 has come of age. It is no longer enough to assure supply and cut costs. CEOs now demand more. Today’s supply chain leaders decisively impact customers, profits and the business’ environmental and social legacy.

For more than a decade now, we’ve used the phrase ‘supply chain saves the world’ to crystallize the challenge our profession faces. It includes sustainability, but also demands business vitality. The call to action has never been more urgent. The opportunity to make a difference has never been greater. This year’s event will concentrate on three pillars of leadership:

Driving Growth with Digital

Business is all about growth, and yet for many established industries disruptions in technology, society and demographics threaten stasis or even decline. Consumer products struggle with changing tastes, retail faces a revolution in channels, and automakers contemplate a peak car moment. Supply chain can and must play a central role in reviving growth with innovation in customer fulfillment. This includes product-as-a-service, ominchannel sales and support, and extreme personalization. Cheaper alone won’t drive growth in saturated markets. Better might.

Leading with Purpose

Maximizing shareholder value is a business touchstone. For many however, especially among the young, this is not enough. Great businesses change the world and today that often means making it healthier, happier and more inclusive. Industrial technology once was all about extraction. Now we have the tools to enable a circular economy in which natural resources, including the people we employ and serve, are cared for systematically.

Inspiring People

Digital and the rise of machine learning is seen by many as a threat to work. And yet, experience and research both say that people are the key to leveraging technology. Supply chain leaders must inspire teams grappling with change in technology and process. They must demonstrate how agility, customer centricity, and commitment to quality are fundamentally human capabilities to be enhanced with technology, not simply replaced by machines.

These three imperatives tie together not only the essential day-to-day duties of supply chain management, but also the possibility of achieving lasting greatness in business and the world.

Agenda

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Connect with your peers

Want real takeaways from senior practitioners and peers of your level to take back to the office? SCM World Leaders Forum unique format is a strictly closed-door, cross-industry forum. No press, vendor exhibition, or media allowed, so your conversations with fellow industry leaders will remain confidential and you’ll experience an environment without vendor solicitation.

Keynote/Panel Sessions

Senior leaders share practical insights into their supply chain operations and you can question them directly to get to the heart of all the key issues.

Executive Huddles

Small, private roundtable discussions focusing on the critical issues affecting the future of the profession. As all dialogue remains strictly confidential, you can speak openly and freely without any risk of later citation.

1-2-1 Peer Connections

You can pre-book private face-to-face meetings with executive peers attending the forum using a private online portal running up to and during the event. Gain real practical insights into what other companies and industries are doing to take back to your boardroom.

Informal Networking

A host of informal and relaxed networking opportunities over the course of the forum provide plenty of opportunity to enjoy time out from the intense business discussions and reflect with peers on the key themes of the day.

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Venue

grove

thegrove.co.uk

The Grove – London’s Country Estate.

Set in 300 acres of beautiful countryside, the Grove is just a 40 minute drive from London Heathrow or Luton Airports, or 10 minutes from Watford Junction train station which is a 20 minute drive from London Euston.

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Sponsors

Signature Sponsor

JDA

Gold Sponsor

Amber Road

Reach out for more information

For information about any aspect of this forum, including access to the full agenda or questions on how to register, please contact Sam Pelosi at [email protected] or call +44 203 747 6223.

For sponsorship or corporate partnerships please contact Azhar Hajat at [email protected] or call +44 203 747 6221.