Penn State’s Method for Funding Business Growth through Supply Chain Cash-to-Cash Cycle Time
Featuring Steve Tracey, Executive Director of the Center for Supply Chain Research™ at Penn State
Watch and listen to this webinar to learn how your supply chain team can free up cash to fund business growth by shortening your cash-to-cash cycle time.
Key discussion points:
- Developing a cash-first culture in supply chain
- Identifying cash-to-cash cycle time reduction opportunities
- Creating processes to manage plans that release working capital
- Enabling ongoing best practice education for supply chain teams
Download the video recording and slides now to learn about a new, 3-dimensional end-to-end approach that will help you expertly target your areas of greatest opportunity and create a realistic plan optimized for execution.
Learn more about our end-to-end supply chain optimization solution, Blueprint 360.
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Executive Director, Center for Supply Chain Research™
Penn State Smeal College of Business
Steve Tracey is the executive director for the Center for Supply Chain Research™ (CSCR™) and Penn State Executive Programs. Prior to joining Penn State Smeal, Steve was the Senior Vice President of Global Supply Chain at Standard Textile Company, the world’s largest marketer and manufacturer of institutional textiles.
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Alan Todd, Founder and CEO of CorpU, is regarded as one of the world’s pre-eminent authorities on strategy and leadership development. A former Inc. Magazine/Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year, Todd’s writing and commentary have appeared in Forbes, Fortune, Fast Company, and Wired, and his insights are routinely solicited from Fortune 1000 companies like Walmart, Coca-Cola, Boeing, and Johnson & Johnson.
VP, CUSTOMER ENGAGEMENT
Joe is a co-founder of AchieveIt over the past 7 years he's helped our clients execute thousands of strategic, operational, and project plans. Joe is passionate about helping teams drive toward successful business outcomes with a focus on practical, easy to use advice. Joe graduated from Seton Hall University with a Bachelor of Arts in political science and obtained a Masters of Science in Healthcare Communication from Boston University. Joe recently completed his studies at Rutgers University where he obtained a Masters in Business Administration with a concentration in finance.