The CSSL is an exclusive organization where forward-thinking executives convene for:
Founded in 2004 in conjunction with A.T. Kearney, The Center is committed to exploring the supply management horizon and translating it into robust, strategic development forums designed for executives.
The Center serves as a catalyst for new thought in the field of supply management. It's dedicated to closing the gap between the growing expectations of CEOs and the results delivered by their organizations' supply partners.
Topic: Enabling Growth
March 18-19, 2014
The upcoming ISM Center for Strategic Supply Leadership (CSSL) session is 18-19 March 2014, in Berlin, Germany. Held in collaboration with industry leader A.T. Kearney and hosted by Pfizer, the CSSL is focused on the future of the procurement and supply chain management profession and is available to only the top executives in the most prestigious companies in the world.
The March event is the first event held in Europe and will be focused on the topic of Enabling Growth including the outlook on global economic trends, potential supply-sided growth strategies and associated risk mitigations. Join your peers and top executives from corporations like Delphi, General Electric and Sodexo, who have already confirmed their participation and will contribute to the agenda.
Based on feedback from past attendees, the CSSL provides a unique and valuable opportunity for executive-level professional development. If you cannot attend, I encourage you to send up to two of your direct reports . To obtain the most value from the program, attendees should be "CPO-track" members of your staff who would benefit from exposure to this strategic dialogue.
I encourage you to register soon because space is extremely limited.
Center for Strategic Supply Leadership
March 18-19, 2014
Hosted by Pfizer
€2000 participation fee
The Center invites forum participation of C-level procurement and supply executives, and their direct reports. Other C-suite business executives are also welcome at CSSL forums.