COVID-19 has disrupted supply chains and changed the way we work practically overnight. How can we best respond? Eric Termuende, a thought leader on workplace culture, will address those changes and look ahead to "the workplace of tomorrow" in his opening keynote address on September 21 for this year's Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals' (CSCMP) EDGE Supply Chain Conference and Exhibition.
Termuende appeared at last year's EDGE conference as a member of a panel of experts, which discussed millennials and the gig economy. This year, he will focus on the future of work, offering insights into the importance of community and belonging at work and the small shifts that leaders can make to build teams that thrive.
Termuende wrote the book Rethink Work: Finding and Keeping the Right Talent and is the chief evangelist at the consulting company The Now of Work Inc. He is recognized as one of the "Top 100 Emerging Innovators under 35" by American Express.
CSCMP's annual EDGE conference focuses on education, thought leadership, and innovations within the supply chain management industry. It will be held at the Gaylord Palms in Orlando, Florida, September 20-23. In addition to keynote speakers, EDGE will feature educational tracks and c-level discussion forums on emerging trends, risk management, forecasting and planning, transportation and logistics, and much more.
To register for EDGE, visit https://cscmpedge.org/website/2886/register/.