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Future of the Supply Chain and Lean: a Panel Discussion

08/12/2022 @ 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EDT

  • David Tweedt, Panelist
    • President and Chief Financial Officer, Win Enterprises, LLC
    • Best-selling author
  • Brian Waild, Panelist
    • Director of Supply Chain, Precinmac, LP

What does the future of our global supply chain look like?  What Lean concepts need to be reconsidered?  Join us to hear insights from subject matter experts and participate in an engaging panel discussion.

Key Take-aways:

  • Understand how Lean supply chain management may (or may not) be the most effective way to stay ahead of supply chain issues.
  • Discuss lessons learned and best practices.
  • Explore potential triggers to proactively manage, monitor, and predict future performance.


David Tweedt is a best-selling author, President and Chief Financial Officer of Win Enterprises, LLC, and a thought leader in operations improvement, leadership, and team effectiveness.  He is an innovative transformation expert with over 30 years of experience working with and creating high performance teams.  Combining Lean principles with business acumen, critical problem solving, and technical innovation, he has built a strong track record of implementation & execution for true transformation in his work at Wiremold, Newell Rubbermaid, and Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center.

Brian Waild is an operations and supply chain executive with 30 years of experience bridging organizational strategy with extended supply chain relationships.   He is currently leading the supply chain transformation as Director of Supply Chain Precinmac, LP and, formerly, Global Planning and Logistics Manager for Elmet Technologies and Sr Manager Operations and Supply Chain for Newell Brands.  He specializes in merging LEAN principles and Theory of Constraints thinking to transform his supply chain and help his suppliers increase their performance.

View the recording of the session at the website link below.


12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EDT


Video recorded–use link below