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Strategic Supply Chain Management: Thriving amid the COVID-19 tsunami in the supply chain

Professors Carlos Cordon and Kim Sundtoft Hald

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We are witnessing an unprecedented breakdown of supply chains across the world. As companies and governments struggle to keep their supply chains working, this book provides insights on how to make supply chains more reliable and agile.

In this session, Carlos Cordon and Kim Sundtoft Hald, Professors at IMD and CBS respectively and authors of the book, will discuss the main learnings from top companies on how to create superior supply chains.

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I by IMD Book Club - Strategic Supply Chain Management

Host

Supply chain

Carlos Cordon

Professor of Strategy and Supply Chain Management, IMD

Professor Cordon's areas of interest are digital value chains, supply and demand chain management, digital lean and process management. He has been listed among the Case Center's top-40 best-selling case authors for 2020/21.

Guest speaker

Kim Sundtoft Hald

Kim Sundtoft Hald

Professor with special responsibilities, CBS

Kim Sundtoft Hald is a Professor with special responsibilities in performance management within operations, business to business relationships and supply chains at the Copenhagen Business School (CBS).

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