Join Us on September 7-9, 2016
A Focus on Five Themes
Supply Chains to Admire – Which supply chain teams are making progress on the Supply Chain Metrics That Matter? What insights can we learn from the presentations from leaders?
Changing Economies and Changing Times – What will the world look like in 2030? How will changing economies and pressures affect trade? How do we get ready?
Digital Supply Chain Innovation to Power Growth – While the traditional supply chain has been about cost mitigation, the supply chain of the future is a growth engine. How do we adopt new technologies to make the pivot outside-in?
Driving Supply Chain Transformation – Change management is ever present. Join the discussion to gain insights on how other are mitigating the change management issues.
Leadership and Supply Chain Talent – We face uncertain times. Leadership will define winners. What can we learn from history? Join our keynote to gain insights on Leadership Lessons from the White House.
Learning from Leaders
Doris Kearns Goodwin is a world-renowned presidential historian and Pulitzer Prize-winning author. At the conference, she will be speaking on leadership and insights from US Presidents based on her six critically acclaimed and New York Times best-selling books, including her most recent, The Bully Pulpit: Theodore Roosevelt, William Howard Taft, and the Golden Age of Journalism (November, 2013) and the Team of Rivals: The Political Genius of Abraham Lincoln. Goodwin was awarded the Pulitzer Prize in history for No Ordinary Time: Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt: The Home Front in World War II, and is the author of the best sellers Wait Till Next Year, Lyndon Johnson and the American Dream and The Fitzgeralds and the Kennedys, which was adapted into an award-winning five-part TV miniseries.
Location: The Phoenician in Scottsdale, AZ
(Arizona’s Premier AAA Five Diamond Resort)
Registration: $1750 per attendee
Our 4th annual event
This event will be limited to 125 supply chain leaders.
There are no paid speaking slots or exhibit halls. Hand-picked speakers and structured networking will make this an event to not miss.
"In my opinion, other conferences are about doing better at today's stuff. Lora positions this one almost entirely about where we need to be in the future. That to me is a big differentiator."− Joe Krkoska - Director, Dow Agrosciences
"The content and venue were fantastic, as always. I was impressed with the speakers. It is so far ahead of other supply chain conferences. "− Robert Byrne - CEO and Founder of Terra Technology
"The forward focus of this conference is very refreshing. I thought last year’s conference was great, but this one was even better. I already have the 2016 conference booked on my calendar!"− Terri Pitcher - VP Of Supply Chain, Berry Plastics
"…a thought-provoking, collaborative Summit, centered around active participation, networking and vision for 2025."− Noelle Walsh - Chief Supply Chain Officer, Dow Chemical
"The Summit was great. We are developing a Supply Chain Vision 2020 and many of the topics and trends discussed provided valuable insights as we prepare for the future. "− Susan Armstrong – Eastman Chemical
"The Summit provided many different perspectives on our 2025 supply chain – enjoyed speakers and appreciated their messages. Networking with my peers was great."− Josie Romualdi – Director, Enterprise Services Strategy, Talent Development & Client Enablement at IBM
"Outstanding conference! I enjoyed the topics, especially analytics and discussion on mega-cities. Excellent venue. Very creative activities to promote networking."− Chris Reed - Director of Inventory & Data Management at Ferguson Enterprises, Inc.
"Exceeded my expectations! All the sessions were excellent."− Pierre Mitchell – Chief Research Officer at Spend Matters
"Great diverse set of supply chain topics and how to start thinking outside-in on the journey to 2025 future supply chain."− Chris McDivitt – NA Supply Chain Technologies Leader at Capgemini
"The conference was a refreshing eye-opener. The assembly of talent and experience shared in that venue was invaluable to me. "− Alicia Roman - General Manager, Construction Supply Operations at Granite Construction Supply
"Insight – there is a common gene sequence amongst us SCM professionals. This group clicked in an amazing way. I had not met any of these people, however I felt like I knew them. I felt a surprising level of comfort and kinship that I did not expect."− Kevin McPherson - Vice President of Strategic Solutions at Owens & Minor
"Great summit! Really enjoyed the sessions, the content, and the people."− Clay Parnell - President and Managing Partner of The Parker Avery Group
"If you want to think strategically and learn what key initiatives world class supply chains are implementing this is the event to attend. I like the focus on the future - the theme imagine is inspirational."− Fran O’Sullivan - General Manager at IBM
"Great opportunity to spend time with thought leaders. Challenge your mental models and provoke insight. A super event!"− Joe Krkoska - Global Supply Chain Director at Dow Chemical
"I was delighted at the opportunity to attend the Shaman’s Circle forum on Monday which gave me direct access to executives from other companies. Great networking occasion and some thoughtful comments across the room on topics close to my heart."− Philippe Joffroy - Associate Director - EMEA Supply Chain Technology & Expertise Center at Dow Chemical
"I enjoyed the balance between practical real-life examples and a glimpse into the potential future. The networking and meeting of people was very good."− Chris Schultz, Vice President, Global Supply Operations at W.R. Grace and Company
"The Supply Chain Insights Global Summit is one of the very few conferences that I attend."− Marty Kisliuk - Director of Global Operations & Business Development at FMC Corporation
"I have enjoyed attending the SCI Global Summit over the last three years and I plan to attend the next. "− Marion C. Smith, Jr. - SVP, Sourcing, Operations and Product Development at Jockey International, Inc.