Riding the Roller coaster of Disrupted Supply Chains in Missouri

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Riding the Roller coaster of Disrupted Supply Chains in Missouri

June 22, 2020

Noon to 1 p.m. CST   

Riding the Roller coaster of Disrupted Supply Chains in Missouri

Fasten your seat belt as the roller coaster ride of managing supply chains has more breath-taking loops, dips and hair-pin turns in it than ever before!

Supply Chain Management is at the heart of how today’s business sources materials, plans operations, manages demand and delivers products to customers – but in 2020 (and likely beyond), the business supply chain playbook is being rewritten.  Factors that have traditionally contributed to business success may no longer be sufficient to guide success or survival in the future.

Our panel of experts share insight on:

  • Today’s corporate supply chains of Missouri’s public and private sector companies
  • Short- and long-term impacts to supply chains associated with recent current events, including international trade tensions, global health pandemics and record unemployment
  • The actions companies can take – and are taking – to successfully navigate a path forward through today’s disruption and economic uncertainty
  • The workforce challenges and opportunities that lie ahead for the state in developing a talent pool that supports business adaptability and growth moving forward


Register now!

Registration is required.  The webinar link will be sent to the email address provided on the registration form.


Anthony Ross



Anthony Ross

Leggett & Platt Distinguished Professor of Supply Chain Management

Robert J. Trulaske, Sr. College of Business






Zora Mulligan   

Commissioner of Higher Education  

Missouri Department of Higher Education and Workforce Development 



Jackie Rasmussen



Jackie Rasmussen

Program Manager

University of Missouri International Trade Center

President NASBITE International





Scott Stuckenschneider

Vice President of Supply Chain North America







Supply Chain Management


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