Register for Cardno’s webinar on supply chain resilience in global markets during COVID-19
COVID-19 is the worst public health crisis in a century. Its impact on the world has been swift and severe, exposing the dormant vulnerabilities of our supply chains and the global economy.
As the direct impact effects of widespread shutdowns across industries and markets continues to unfold daily, working with foresight and acting ethically has never been more important. We can be sure that the term ‘business sustainability’ will take on a new meaning, and that every supply chain decision made right now will impact your organizational resilience and future success when we emerge from this crisis.
Join us for an interactive panel discussion that will kick start your thinking on how you can approach building flexibility, sustainability and robustness in your supply chains to prepare for the new normal after COVID-19.
Date: 22nd May 2020, 3 - 4pm AEST
Rasika Mohan, Senior Manager with Cardno
Rasika is a senior strategist, designer and innovation professional, with a passion for commercially viable business models. She has worked with clients and teams across the corporate, not-for-profit, and government sectors to develop business strategies, design products, services and business models, and lead program implementation.
Paula Rogers, Supply Chain and Procurement Specialist with ATI Group
Paula is a supply chain, procurement and sustainability expert, spending more than 25 years supporting listed companies such as Marks & Spencer, Kohl’s, Li & Fung, Wesfarmers and Myer. She has extensive strategic experience addressing compliance and risk in global operations and supply chains in over 70 countries, across six continents.
Patrick Sharry, Director with People + Decisions
Patrick has over 25 years’ experience working globally as an educator and facilitator in public and private sectors. His extensive industry experience includes financial services, healthcare, Internet technology and international trade as well as a diverse range of other sectors including professional services, education, mining and utilities. In addition to his regular work in Australia, Asia, the USA, the UK and Europe, he has been closely involved with programs in developing countries such as PNG and Myanmar.