[Webinar] Supply Chain Leadership: The Do’s and Don’ts of Effectively Managing Change

Join the Center for Professional Education and the Chattanooga Regional Manufacturers Association for the next Supply Chain Lunch and Learn April 9, 2021!
Session Title:
Supply Chain Leadership:  The Do’s and Don’ts of Effectively Managing Change

About the Session:
The adage, “the only thing constant is change” has been on full display, lately. If there is one thing that we’ve all learned in the last year, change is a constant consideration for an organization.  But how is it managed? Better, yet, how is it managed successfully?  Join us for our April Supply Chain Lunch and Learn, when we will hear from two leaders, who have the responsibility for influencing change in their manufacturing operations and supply chain processes.  Facilitated by Chris Barnes, Gene Pledger (Supply Chain Director, DEF Equipment Sales) and Enrique Vizoso (COO, Brown Industries) will share successful change management strategies that have positive outcomes and big impacts on organizational performance.  They will also share some words of wisdom on how to avoid costly change management mishaps.  A few topics they plan to discuss:
– The influence of corporate culture on change management
– The Hawthorne Effect on pilot programs designed to evaluate process improvement solutions
– Successful change management requires building trust and managing communications
– Change management best practices and pitfalls
About the Speaker(s):
Gene Pledger, CSCP
Supply Chain Director, DEF Equipment Sales
Enrique Vizoso
COO, Brown Industries, Inc.

Hosted by: Chris Barnes, Solutions Consultant and Thought Leader with One Network Solutions

About the Event:
11:50 a.m. – 12:00 Noon | Networking
12:00 Noon – 12:30 p.m. | Presentation
This event will be virtual.  There is no registration fee, however an RSVP is required.

Click Here to Register

CPE partners with the Chattanooga Regional Manufacturing Association (CRMA) to host the Supply Chain Lunch and Learn events.  CPE is proud to be a founding contributor to the CRMA Supply Chain committee, which is charged with advancing Supply Chain best practices through education and collaboration.

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