Next Gen: Supply Chain Management

Supply chain management is the cornerstone and basis of every company’s operations, and determines success in the marketplace.

Details

Dates: TBD

 $1650

 

Registration fee includes course materials, campus parking, and catered breakfast and lunch.

About the Program

Supply chain management is the cornerstone and basis of every company’s operations, and determines success in the marketplace. Supply Chain Costs are one of the critical elements in the management and structure of the supply chain – they range from 50% to 80% and more of the entire costs of the company. Managing, maintaining and reducing these costs are, therefore, one of the key strategic imperative of the company. At Rady’s Institute for Supply Excellence and Innovation (ISEI), we integrate analytics, technology and innovation with the end-to-end supply chain, to understand total costs, liquidity, customer satisfaction, and the mitigation of risk.

In Next Gen: Supply Chain Management program, participants will learn best current practices from the world-renowned industry experts who have been working at companies like Apple, Google, Flex, LG Electronics, IBM, BP and Shell. Speakers include Tom Linton, Paul Massih, Helen Wang and Jimmy Anklesaria, leading industry experts who served as chief supply chain officers and chief procurement officers. Participants will also learn latest industry trends, technologies and risks, such as cybersecurity and blockchain, and how analytics can impact the field of supply chain management.

Agenda:

Wednesday, March 4th, 2020

 

The morning will be together with Senior Executives from prominent supply chain companies.

 

7:00a – 8:00a             

Breakfast (Sky Pavilion)

 

8:00a – 8:45am          

Understanding and Changing Corporate Procurement Culture

Bhawnesh Mathur, CEO - Masterwork Electronics

                                   

8:45a – 9:30a           

Cultural Impact Panel Discussion

Bhawnesh Mathur, Helen Wang, and Chris Gopal

 

9:30a – 10:00a           

Break

 

10:00a – 11:30a         

Breakout Session #4 Blockchain for Responsible Sourcing

Facilitated by Louis Ferretti, Director of Environmental Compliance - IBM

 

Breakout Session #5 What is the Smart Sourcing Solutions Empowered by Technologies

Facilitated by Christian Heinrich, Quadriga University of Applied Science co-founder of Scoutbee

 

Breakout Session #6 Future of Work – Emerging & Changing SCM Role

Facilitated by Mark Messow, Technology Investor 

 

11:30a – 12:15p        

Presentation & Group Discussions of Breakout Topics

 

12:15p – 2:00p          

Lunch & Close

 

2:00p – 2:45p                   

How Operations Science Improves Outcomes of Major Capital Projects

Paul Massih, Founder - Massih Advisors

H.J. James Choo, Chief Technical Officer - Project Production Institute

 

2:45p – 3:30p                    

A Case Study - Designing a Distribution Network Strategy

Valerie Bonebrake, Independent Director - Forward Air Corp

 

3:30p – 3:45p                    

Break

 

3:45p – 4:30p                    

Addressing Leadership Challenges in Supply Chain Management

Helen Wang, CEO & Founder - W Consulting Group

 

4:30p – 5:15p                    

Strategic framework of Supply Chain Management

Hyoduk Shin, Associate Professor - Rady School of Management

 

Thursday, March 5th, 2020

 

7:00a – 8:00a             

Breakfast (Executive Education)

 

8:00a – 10:00a           

How to Leverage Ideas: AIM & DRIVE

Jimmy AnklesariaFounder - Anklesaria Group

 

10:00a – 10:15a         

Break

                                   

10:15a – 12:15p     

Challenges and Risks in Cybersecurity

Terry August, Associate Professor - Rady School of Management

 

12:15p – 1:00p           

Break

 

1:00p – 3:00p             

Blockchain Technologies and Wrap Up

Tim Mackey, Associate Professor - UC San Diego  

 

*The Rady School of Management Center for Executive Development (CED) may change, postpone or cancel a class at any time. We do not provide refunds for any fees related to travel, including but not limited to gas, bus fare, train tickets, airline tickets, etc. Certificate requirements may also change. We will provide as much notice as possible should this occur.

 

Faculty

Jimmy Anklesaria:  Jimmy is considered one of the world authorities in the field of Supply Chain Cost Management.  He has 40 years of executive, consulting and academic experience and has impacted the transformation of several Fortune 100 companies.  Jimmy has authored two of the leading books in Cost Management, “Zero Base Pricing” and “Supply Chain Cost Management”.  He is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants, holds a law degree and an MBA from the University of San Diego.  Jimmy serves on the Board of several profit and non-profit organizations.

Terrence August: Dr. August received his PhD from Stanford Graduate School of Business, an MS in financial mathematics from Stanford, and both MS and BE degrees in chemical engineering from Vanderbilt. He has co-founded two information technology start-up companies and worked in research and development and operations for the Clorox Company. He has also consulted for Honeywell, GlaxoSmithKline, Herbalife and Time Warner Cable. Currently, he co-directs the MS program in Business Analytics at Rady, and has been recognized by the UCSD Chancellor’s Associates with a faculty excellence award for graduate teaching. August's research broadly spans information systems and operations management with current interests in the economics of network software, production and service management, pricing and policy associated with network goods, and the interaction of digital piracy and security risk. Currently, he is investigating the control of information security risk using economic incentives. He received a 2010 National Science Foundation CAREER award. It has provided $530,000 in research funding and was granted by the National Science Foundation (NSF) Directorate for Computer and Information Science and Engineering, under the Trustworthy Computing program.

Valerie Bonebrake: Valerie Bonebrake served as a logistics executive in the 3PL industry for fifteen years, and as a supply chain consultant to leading global companies, where she focused on strategy and profitable growth, supply chain performance, and logistics solutions.  She currently serves as an Independent Director at Forward Air Corporation FWRD (NASDAQ). Past positions include VP at Ryder Integrated Logistics, Co-founder and EVP at Meridian IQ (aka MIQ Logistics).  While at YRC Corp, Bonebrake served on the board of directors of the corporation’s joint venture with Jin Jiang International,  a Shanghai-based state-owned enterprise of the People's Republic of China. She has previously served on the Advisory Boards at Rockhurst University’s Helzberg School of Management and EMIL-SCM at Georgia Tech.  Valerie spend 9 years as a consultant at Tompkins International, a leading supply chain consulting firm.  She is a member of AWESOME and has a passion the advancement of women in supply chain.  She holds an MS International Logistics from the Georgia Institute of Technology.

Chris Gopal [To be filled]

 

Christian Heinrich [To be filled]

 

Tim Mackey: Tim Ken Mackey is an Associate Professor of Anesthesiology and Global Public Health at UC San Diego School of Medicine, the Director of Healthcare Research and Policy at UC San Diego - Extension, and the Director of the Global Health Policy Institute. In addition to his academic appointments, he is also the CEO and Co-Founder of S-3 Research, a healthcare big data and machine learning startup that was first created after receiving a startup award from the National Institutes of Health and is now funded by the National Institute on Drug Abuse though a SBIR contract.  Prof. Mackey is the author of over 140 publications and his research has been featured in high-impact journals such as Science, JAMA, Nature Biotechnology, the Lancet, Nature Reviews Clinical Oncology, Clinical Microbiology Reviews, and BMC Medicine. His research and expertise has also been featured in major news outlets such as CNN, NPR, the Wall Street Journal, WIRED, and Bloomberg.  He also has extensive professional experience including over 10 years experience in the private sector and acting as a consultant for the World Health Organization, the US Department of Justice, US Department of State and others.  His multidisciplinary work focuses on technology (including big data, machine learning and blockchain), health policy, global governance, and global public health. 

Paul Massih: Massih has more than thirty-five years of experience in the oil, gas and construction industries. He has worked with supermajors and the construction industry to lead global organizations and deliver complex and challenging projects. Massih completed two years of Industrial Engineering and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from the University of Houston.

Bhawnesh Mathur: As a senior executive with over 20 years of experience, Bhawnesh Mathur has provided the insightful and pragmatic leadership for organizations to achieve their top-priority goals. Within a variety of environments, including large and complex operations, he has consistently paved the way for both immediate and long-term results through expertise, diligence, and passion.

In his most recent position as CEO of Creation Technologies, Bhawnesh held full P&L responsibility for a $670M company with 3,000 employees and 200+ industrial/medical customers. Previously, as the CEO of Epic Technologies (currently known as NEOTech), Bhawnesh was brought in to turn around an under-performing company that was without a CEO for 3 years and projected to maintain unprofitable results. In his prior position as CSCO of Arrow Electronics, Bhawnesh was hired for this newly-hired Chief Supply Chain Officer role in order to unify previously siloed organizations and functions.  In CSCO and EVP positions with Sanmina, Bhawnesh built a 5-year record of achievements that included creating and launching a $100M+ Logistics & Repair Services business, capturing contracts that brought in multibillion-dollar annual revenues, and facilitating a $750M inventory reduction.

Bhawnesh Mathur earned his MBA from the University of Arizona and his B.Sc. in Chemical Engineering from the University of Florida.

Hyoduk Shin: Dr. Shin holds a Ph.D. from Stanford Graduate School of Business, and an M.S. in Statistics from the University of Chicago.  He is a recipient of Lieberman Fellowship from Stanford University. He has taught Operations, supply chain management and supply chain analytics in Kellogg school of management, Chicago Booth school of business and Rady school of management at UCSD, and has over ten teaching awards including Excellence in Teaching and Most Valuable Professor at Rady, and Chairs’ Core Course Teaching Award at Kellogg.  His has been published in top academic journals, including Management Science, Operations Research and Manufacturing and Services Operations Management. His research interests include forecast information sharing and investment in supply chain management, and the economics of information systems and cybersecurity.

Helen Wang: Helen Wang is a supply chain executive with 15+ years of experience in high tech industry. She is currently the CEO and Founder of W Consulting Group, building bridges between Silicon Valley and supply chain companies around the world. She also serves on the Advisory Board for a few startup companies and at Rady School of Management, The University of California, San Diego. Previously, Helen was the Director of Supplier Partnerships and Head of Procurement at Google X and was recognized as the “Queen for Procurement for Moonshots”. Prior to Google, Helen had a long and successful career at Apple where she helped deliver a portfolio of Apple’s innovative products including the company’s first release of the iPhone. Before joining Apple, Helen led the Procurement function at Foxconn Technology Group. She has a proven track record in supply chain strategy and operations ranging from launching large scale consumer product to enabling breakthrough technologies for emerging products. Helen earned an Executive MBA from Leavey School of Business from Santa Clara University and a BS in Science from San Jose State.

 

*The Rady School of Management Center for Executive Development (CED) may change, postpone or cancel a class at any time.  We do not provide refunds for any fees related to travel, including but not limited to gas, bus fare, train tickets, airline tickets, etc.  Certificate requirements may also change. We will provide as much notice as possible should this occur.