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SCMAO Annual General Meeting 2019

Date:   Sep 12, 2019 - Sep 12, 2019
Time:   3:00 PM (EDT)
Location:   Westin Toronto Airport
950 Dixon Rd
Toronto, ON


SCMA Ontario’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) will be held on Thursday, September 12 at the Westin Toronto Airport Hotel, in conjunction with SCMA National’s AGM. Please note this meeting is available to members only and free for members to attend.

Preliminary Schedule

3:00 - 3:45 p.m. - Registration

3:45 - 4:00 p.m. - SCMAO  Awards

4:00 - 5:00 p.m. - SCMAO Annual General Meeting (Eligible for 2 CPD credits)

5:05 - 6:05 p.m. - SCMA National Annual General Meeting (Eligible for 5 CPD credits with Reception)

6:10 pm - Keynote followed by cocktails

  • Keynote Session from McKinsey & Company
  • Cocktail Recepition
CSCMPs are eligible to earn up to a maximum of 7 CPD credits if attending all events in person.
NEW This Year! Live Streaming is available for those who cannot attend in person and is eligible for 2 CPD points. Please note that online voting is only available for the National AGM.

Online Registration closes on Sun. Sep 8th at 11:59 PM.

CAN'T ATTEND? Submit your proxy vote here.

KEYNOTE SESSION: Managing Supply Chains in Times of Uncertainty

In the recent past, several industries have been rocked by unforeseen supply-chain vulnerabilities and disruptions – including unforeseen natural phenomena, cybersecurity breaches, loss of critical intellectual property due to failures in the supplier ecosystem, labor disruptions, and not least geopolitical and economic uncertainty. Such disruptions will not be short-lived: some are on the rise, other likely to persist for a decade or more, adding to existing volatility and vulnerability of supply chains.

It’s ever-more urgent that companies identify, monitor, and plan for events capable of disrupting their operations. For many firms, there is a big need to update supply chain strategies, bring greater flexibility to their operations, and build new structural agility into their organizations. This requires building robust programs for managing both known and unknown supply-chain risks, in a structured way – cataloging and addressing known risks, while improving the organization’s resilience for inevitable risk that may become a future problem.

However, leaders should also recognize that risk management is not merely about setting up processes and governance models, but also entails shifts in culture and mind-sets. We are convinced that the combination of strong layers of strategic defense and a risk-aware culture can give an organization long-lasting improvement in resilience, flexibility and bottom-line performance.


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