The Covid-19 pandemic has put the nature of global supply chains into sharp relief. Free and open movement of goods and services is a fine principle but one that’s loaded with risk, and that risk is accentuated at every stage when there is reliance on people. In this webinar, Professor Richard Wilding OBE, Professor of Supply Chain Strategy Logistics, Procurement and Supply Chain Management, Cranfield School of Management, will highlight how shorter, simpler supply chains, with resilience as the priority, have become imperative.
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Programme & speakers
Professor Richard Wilding OBE, Professor of Supply Chain Strategy Logistics, Procurement and Supply Chain Management, Cranfield School of Management.
Professor Richard Wilding OBE, is recognised globally for his thought leadership in Logistics and Supply Chain Management.
Richard is a highly acclaimed presenter and regularly speaks at Industrial Conferences and has undertaken lecture tours of Europe and Asia at the invitation of local Universities; Confederations of Industry. He is passionate about taking and creating academic knowledge that creates ACTION in business.
He has published widely in the area of supply chain management and is Editorial Advisor to a number of top journals in the area. Richard was appointed in 2005 as the first ever Full Professor and Chair of "Supply Chain Risk Management" in the World in recognition of his significant contribution to this subject area.
In 2019, Richard was awarded a National Teaching Fellowship in recognition of his outstanding impact on student outcomes and the teaching profession within U.K. Higher Education.
Location & travel details
Online via Zoom
Who should attend
All alumni and students.
Cost & concessions
Free to attend.