CSCMP conference and Thailand - This Week in Supply Chain Management (41 / 2011)

I am not a big fan of huge announcements, but some of you already noticed a small change on all pages of this supply chain risk portal: After my wedding in September I took the last name of my wife (Dumke). So just this week I changed all the entries here and adapt a few accounts elsewhere on the internet and now we are up and running again. So right now I use this incident to monitor how fast such changes propagate through the common search engines.
Search engines also helped me finding some of the best articles on the web this week, which I linked below.

Final Impressions of the CSCMP Conference 2010

Overall I had a great time in San Diego. The location was great and I meet a lot of interesting people and got new insights for my research. The presentations I visited have been very insightful, but mostly I have been very busy meeting with industry leaders for interviews on Supply Chain Design and Risks.

Supply Chain Risk Management Sessions @CSCMP 2010

Most of the time during the conference I was busy interviewing companies for my dissertation, but I also found time to listen to some of the sessions on SCRM.

CSCMP 2010 conference opening ceremony

The second day has been a great day at the CSCMP conference.
I started with the Opening Ceremony moderated by Rick Blasgen, he and Bob Silverman and Donald Biggs (Learn, Network, Have fun) introduced this years theme (Learn, Lead, Succeed) and the keynote speakers.

Strategic Supply Chain Management @CSCMP 2010

Yesterday I finished the “Strategic Supply Chain Issues” Pre-Conference Workshop “Where Tactical Functionality Meets the Big Picture”. The following key points were intensively discussed:

  • Fundamental SC Strategies: Operational Excelence (eg.

Ready for CSCMP Conference 2010

I am going to San Diego. Today I just received the confirmation for the CSCMP Annual Global Conference 2010. Beside the other conferences, the CSCMP is one of the major events this year.

Since I am already in the vicinity (visiting Japan for vacation) I extended my trip to Los Angeles / San Diego.

CSCMP's Annual Conference: Two days for early bird registration

Attendees of the CSCMP Annual Conference 2010 who register before April, 30th will receive $400.00 US off the regular registration rates.
So there are only two days left!

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