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ISM2014 - Learning Tracks

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Many of the sessions held at Conference this year fall within a number of topic-specific tracks — each chosen for their own particular relevance in our profession. If you have a specific interest in big data and analytics, for example, this format makes it easy for you to plan your days so you'll get as much information on that area as possible. We recommend planning your sessions around the track(s) of interest to you and filling in with our selection of other general supply chain management topics.


  • Track 1 — Emerging Practitioners
    Philip White, Member, Young Professional Advisory Group
    Traci Wayner, CPSM, Member, Young Professional Advisory Group

  • Track 2 — Supply Chain Management Fueling Growth
    Tim Lloyd, Director, Platform Outsourcing, Intel Corporation
    Michael Jacobson, Supply Chain Business Development Manager, Intel Corporation

  • Track 3 — Global Supply Chain
    Shawn Casemore, C.P.M. Founder and President, Casemore and Company, Inc.

  • Track 4 — Career Development
    Beth Green, CPSM, PMI-RMP, Senior Corporate Manager, Supply Chain Risk & Strategy, Northrop Grumman

  • Track 5 — Talent Management
    Lara Nichols, Associate Vice President, Externalization and Center of Excellence, Merck

  • Track 6 — Business Acumen in Supply Chain
    G. Sean Williams, Managing Partner, SMS Advisors

  • Track 7 — Logistics
    Michael Zimmerman, Vice President, A.T. Kearney

  • Track 8 — Global Economic Indicators
    Norbert Ore, C.P.M., CPSM, Senior Consultant, ISM-ADR School for Supply Management
    Vijay Kasi, CPSM, Consultant, A.T. Kearney

  • Track 9 — Big Data, Analytics
    James Ezell, Vice President, CFO, Performance Foodservice

  • Track 10 — Best Practices in Indirect Spend
    John Willi, MBA, FAHRMM, CMRP, C.P.M., A.P.P., CPCM, Senior Director, Supply Chain Management, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Inc.

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