Hyper-local, Amazon, and social media are coming for your business. The beer industry alone has lost 17% of market share to craft breweries in the past several years thanks to the hyper-local movement. These changing consumer trends create even more pressure on supply chain organizations to add flexibility and speed to their operations, making S&OE (sales & operations execution) a necessary strategic lever.
Enjoy this recording of our webinar, "Delivering a Hyper-Local Experience at Scale" featuring Jim Hendrickson, Professor of Logistics at Ohio State University. Jim shares his research on the ripple effects macro trends can have on supply chain practices, leveraging a case study of his work with microbreweries.
During the webinar you'll learn how to face trends head on by:
So pop open your favorite icy brew and enjoy!
Jim Hendrickson is a Senior Lecturer at Ohio State University. His recent industry experience includes roles as Vice President and General Manager of Logistics Solutions for Pitney Bowes; Director of Global B2B Services Product Line for IBM; and Senior Vice President of Corporate Development and Vice President of Product Management for Sterling Commerce. He served as a captain in the Army Medical Services Corps for more than four years, and is an Army ROTC Distinguished Military Graduate from Vanderbilt University. Hendrickson has an MS in management from National Louis University in Chicago, and a BS in business administration from Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee.
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