In today’s global competitive market, Project Managers are finding firsthand how the complexity and risk of a supply chain can impact any project across all industries. Project Managers are exposed to a myriad of supply chain issues due to global events, localized interruptions, labor shortages, and inflation causing significant effects to their project deliverables schedules, and financial budgets.
For Project Managers to effectively manage and minimize project risk, it’s imperative to improve your skill sets and knowledge of how supply chain management functions within a business. Aligning project management with supply chain management can help companies achieve better resilience, improve sustainability, and enable digital transformation.
The workshop will introduce Project Managers to the critical elements of supply chain management, its importance, and the potential to drive competitive differentiation. The workshop will include a deeper understanding of key core competencies and skill sets needed to succeed in this profession, such as:
In addition, the participants will receive practical tools and templates to proactively guide them in identifying project risk associated with their supply chains.
This workshop is designed for professionals actively working in or who have ambitions to pursue a career in project management.
Peter Horton, MBA, brings more than 25 years of industry experience commercializing small and large molecule drugs, and medical devices. Peter has held leadership roles in both early stage and commercial organizations.
Peter has held various positions at large and small companies including Boston Scientific, Lantheus Medical Imaging, Kiniksa Pharmaceuticals, and TScan Therapeutics, Inc.
David Delmonico, MSM, brings more than 20 years of Procurement, Sourcing and Supply Chain Management experience in the medical device, telecommunications, electronics, and consumer products industries. David has held various global strategic sourcing positions with both small and fortune 500 companies including New England based companies Teradyne, Compaq, Bemis Associates, Smith Medical and Velcro Companies.
David is passionate on driving value creation within the global supplier network and the sharing of experiences and best practices.