Speaker Event: Leading the Digital Supply Chain
Organizations worldwide are seeking new ways to maximize customer value, gain competitive advantage and optimize overall operations. The biggest weapon in outperforming competitors over the next three years is in digital supply chain, which will dramatically improve revenue and reduce cost all while creating a loyal customer base.
We invite you to hear from a leading supply chain faculty researcher who has worked hand-in-hand with industry throughout the evolution of the digitization of this dynamic field.
Registration and reception will begin at 5:30 p.m. with drinks and light fare. Starting at 6 p.m. will be the topical discussion led by LeBow research faculty, followed by a Q&A session and an opportunity to speak with the admissions staff.
- Tour our award-winning, modern building with innovative classrooms, collaboration areas, and skyline views
- Engage in a conversation with Dave Kurz, faculty and expert in management, leadership and supply chain leadership
- Connect with admissions and career services staff to discuss aligning your graduate degree with your career goals
- Network with current students and successful alumni from across the region
More about Digital Supply Chain:
The Digital Supply Chain (DSC) is a customer-centric platform model that captures and maximizes utilization of real-time data coming from a variety of sources. It enables demand stimulation, matching, sensing, and management to optimize performance and minimize risk. Leading the transformation to a digital supply chain is not just a technical process, but requires a grasp of customer needs and the ability to activate new strategic business models.
Free parking will be available at the Drexel University Garage on the corner of 34th and Market Streets (entrance behind building, on Ludlow Street). Guests are to park their vehicle, take note of the space number used, and then report which space they selected to the Parking Office (located off the street level elevator lobby, room 124, at the Garage) before continuing with the visit.
Who should attend?
- Prospective Students
- Current Students
- MS in Supply Chain Management and Logistics