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Executive Education

Sustainability

Guiding Organizations in Dynamic Supply Chains
(June 6, 2024)

Executive Education

Sustainability

Guiding Organizations in Dynamic Supply Chains
(June 6, 2024)

6 June 2024

Date

9.00am – 5.00pm

Time

RM 2,500

Program Fee

In-Person

Format

6 June 2024

Date

9.00am – 5.00pm

Time

RM2,500.00

Program Fee

In-Person

Format

In recent years, the Covid-19 pandemic, impact of climate change and geopolitical events including the Ukraine war have caused massive supply chain disruptions all over the world. It is now an undisputed fact that supply chain management is an indispensable part of a company’s operations, and businesses are increasingly acknowledging the need for a more sustainable supply chain to manage and mitigate supply chain risks. At the same time, with increased focus on sustainability, the concept of a circular economy has also emerged as an alternative to the traditional linear economy as we know it.

This program will discuss the potential risks inherent in supply chains – what to look out for and how to manage them. The focus will be on the importance of building supply chain resilience and adapting to a circular economy mindset to enhance business operations by improving resource efficiency and operating in a sustainable environment.

The program will focus primarily on the role the board of directors can play in providing oversight in the management of supply chain risks as well as innovations for circular economy – the kinds of questions they should be asking of management and common pitfalls to avoid.

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  • Understand why boards need to look beyond the organization and into its supply chain
  • Grasp the role of resilience, agility, and adaptability in addressing supply chain disruptions to ensure business continuity
  • Explore the criticality of supply chain perspective in addressing Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) issues
  • Learn what tools, processes, and forums can enable leadership to guide organizations in dynamic supply chains
  • Board of Directors
  • Senior Management
  • Anyone else who might find the program helpful.

Dr Shardul Phadnis

Faculty Profile

Dr Shardul Phadnis is an Associate Professor II of Operations and Supply Chain Management at the Asia School of Business. Previously, he served as the Associate Professor and Director of Research at MIT SCALE Network’s Malaysia Institute for Supply Chain Innovation. His research explores the intersection of supply chains and strategic management: how organizations create value by orchestrating supply chain operations and how strategy processes influence adaptability of supply chain structures and processes.

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Guiding Organizations in Dynamic Supply Chains
(June 6, 2024)

RM 2,500

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