What Does the Future Hold for SCM? Predictions for the Coming Year

  • November 05, 2009
  • 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Computer History Museum

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Event Overview:

Join us and join in, as CSCMP San Francisco features five (5) top supply chain luminaries representing some of the most influential companies from the SF Bay Area.  Each panelist will present and justify two supply chain predictions for the coming year, and be judged by their fellow panelists and the audience by interactive voting:  each panelist and audience member will show a red sign (disagree) or green sign (agree) to vote on the panelist’s predictions.  Bring your customers, suppliers and your own team to join in, hear some bold ideas and have some interactive fun while learning what’s next according to the innovators shaping the supply chains of global leaders.

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Carl Guardino, one of Silicon Valley’s most distinguished business and community leaders, is the President and CEO of the Silicon Valley Leadership Group, a public policy trade association that represents more than 285 of Silicon Valley’s most respected companies.

In February 2007, Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger appointed Guardino to a four-year term on the California Transportation Commission. He also serves on numerous other boards and is actively involved in a wide range of community organizations and projects. In 2000, the San Jose Mercury News named Guardino one of the “Five Most Powerful” people in Silicon Valley in a once-per-decade study.

Guardino has been the chief executive of the Leadership Group since 1997. He previously served as a vice president with the organization between 1991 and 1995. In between, he held an executive position in governmental affairs with Hewlett Packard. Earlier, he spent six years on the staff of Central Valley Assemblyman Rusty Areias, the last three as his chief assistant.

Panelists:       

Scott Bolick, Vice President Sustainability, SAP

Craig Cuffie, Vice President, Supply Chain, Intuit

Dan Gilbert, Vice President Supply Chain Field Operations, Cisco

Alexandra Lopez, Vice President / CFO Procurement & Supply, Kaiser Permanente

Laura Wilkin, Vice President North American Distribution, Gap Inc.

 

 

Museum Tours: Attendees can explore on their own at no additional charge. Experience the birth and transformation of the technology industry together with great networking and innovative ideas from the Bay Area's leading Supply Chain organization.

 

Menu: Buffet Dinner

 

Sponsors

CSCMP gratefully acknowledges support of this year’s Silicon Valley Innovator sponsors ModusLink, Mainfreight, and ALOM

 

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and our What's Next event sponsor Reclipse Group.

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Thursday, November 5th 5:00pm – 8:30pm

Agenda:          5:00PM         Networking

6:30PM         Dinner

7:15PM         Panel

8:30PM         Close

 

Location:         Computer History Museum

1401 N Shoreline Blvd
Mountain View, CA 94043
(650) 810-1010

Directions to Museum

 

 

Event Contact:

Marty McMahon, CSCMP Membership Chair

Phone: 415-722-8966

Email: mcmahon@mbsearch.net

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