Supply Chain Strategies
For Business Continuity
In The Pandemic Era
Participation in this webinar meets the recommended best practices for continuing directors education prescribed by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).
Is the global COVID-19 pandemic the biggest black swan event in the history? The COVID-19 virus surprised the world government, global businesses, health sector, businesses, workforce, and many others. The restrictions in international airports, seaports, land transportation, manufacturing, trading, and distribution due to the Enhanced Community Quarantine (ECQ) and global lockdowns created supply chain disruptions worldwide. The pandemic continues to create spike in demand opportunities or produce more economic havoc which urges various industries in the business sector to manage the crisis and risks in its supply chains.
The Institute of Corporate Directors (ICD) presents the webinar “Supply Chain Strategies for Business Continuity in the Pandemic Era” to discuss the following:
How is the COVID-19 Crisis affecting supply chains?
How are different industries affected worldwide and in the Philippines? Are there winners and losers?
What are the shifts happening with supply chains to adapt to the COVID-19 lockdowns? Examples.
How can the businesses rethink, transform, and manage its supply chains to keep it seamlessly moving in the new normal?
What should Boards do to lead their companies in the new normal?
Due to public demand, ICD is waiving the registration fee as we recover as ONE people. One Nation. Join the ICD webinar on 15 June 2020 with Professor Rene T. Domingo of the Asian Institute of Management. Prof. Domingo lectures in the fields of quality management, supply chain management, business process reengineering, and customer service management among others. Engr. Dante Briones, who is the President and CEO of Sasonbi, Inc. and a teaching Fellow of the Institute of Corporate Directors, will also be in this webinar as the moderator.
2:00 PM - 2:05 PM
2:05 PM - 2:55 PM
2:55 PM - 3:25 PM
3:25 PM - 3:30 PM
*Program is subject to change.
Opening Ceremonies, House Rules, Welcome and Introductions
Supply Chain Strategies for Business Continuity in the Pandemic Era
Prof. Rene T. Domingo
Moderated by Engr. Dante Briones
Closing and Announcements
15 June 2020, Tuesday | 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM (Open for ICD Members and Non-Members)
PROF. RENE T. DOMINGO
Prof. Domingo is a full-time faculty member at the Asian Institute of Management. He is also an international consultant in the fields of operations management, supply chain management, lean management, business process reengineering, total quality management, six-sigma, turnaround management, strategic planning, customer service operations, and hospital management. He has more than 35 years of consulting and training experience in manufacturing, construction, mining, airline maintenance, petro-chemicals, healthcare, banking, and advertising. He is an industrial engineer and trained in Japan in the Toyota Production System.
He is the author of “Quality Means Survival” (Prentice-Hall), “It’s the Customer - Your Real Boss”, a book on world class banking services, and “Turnaround Management - Best Practices from the Indonesian Experience”.
His website is www.rtdonline.com, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
ENGR. DANTE M. BRIONES
An advocate of the environment and clean energy, an entrepreneur, a teacher and a leader, Dante is the Founder, Chairman & CEO of SasonbiSolar, a solar PV systems integrator. He is a Trustee of UP Engineering Research and Development Foundation, Inc. (UPERDFI), a Board Member of Oronax Development Corporation and Micro-D International, Inc., and is a Fellow of the Institute of Corporate Directors.
He was an IT industry veteran, having served as President & CEO of ABM Global Solutions as well as CIO of leading multinational and local companies such as Coca Cola Bottlers Phils. and JG Summit Holdings, Inc. He was a member of the faculty of the UP College of Engineering.
Dante is a member of the Management Association of the Philippines, the UP IE Alumni Association, and the Philippine Institute of Industrial Engineers. He was President of the Philippine Solar Power Alliance, the country’s solar industry association.
Dante holds a master’s degree in in Mathematics from Northern Illinois University and a bachelor’s degree in BS Industrial Engineering from the University of the Philippines. He was recipient of the UPAE Distinguished Alumnus Award for Industrial Engineering.