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EFFECTIVE DISRUPTION MANAGEMENT SEMINAR 2005

Agenda

Thursday, September 8, 2005
Bechtel Center, Stanford University

MORNING
8:00 a.m. Registration and Breakfast
8:30 Opening Comments
Robert L. Joss,  Dean, Graduate School of Business
Standford University 
8:40 Keynote:
Using Supply Chain Innovation to Save Lives

Lynn Fritz,  Director General
Fritz Institute
 9:10 Session  I:
The Balancing Act: Speed, Agility versus Cost
Moderator: Hau Lee,  Co-Director, GSCMF
Standford University 

Christina S. Kite, Senior Director, Global Risk Management
Cisco Systems

Randy Martin, Director of Global Emergency Operations
MercyCorps
10:40 Networking break
11:10 Session II: 
When Disaster Strikes: Planning & Managing Emergency Response
Moderator: Jim Rice, Director – Integrated Supply Chain, Center for Transportation Studies 
MIT

Adele Martz, Director BCP & Crisis Support 
General Motors
Gail Neudorf, Emergency coordinator  
CARE Canada
12:40 Lunch
AFTERNOON
2:30 Session III:
Public/Private Partnerships
Moderator: Anisya Thomas, Managing Director
Fritz Institute

Jon A. Olson, Manager Global Transportation & Logistical Outsourcing
Intel
John Rickard, Director of Logistics 
IRC
Ludo Oelrich, Director of “Moving the World”   
TNT
4:00 Networking break
4:30 Session VI:
Performance Management 
Moderator: Eric Johnson,  Professor
Tuck School of Business
John A. Clendenin, Chief Executive Officer  
IC Logistics
Mathieu Clerkx, Senior VP and CIO
Philips Semiconductors
6:00 Reception
 
 
 
 
If you simply give money, it is one thing to one organization. If you give services or create technology, this can be replicated by every other humanitarian aid organization. This means you get leverage and the result factor is bigger - Lynn Fritz


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