11th Annual Quiz Competition: “Supply Cab – Are You Still Smarter Than a Supply Chainer?”

April 19, 2018 – April 19, 2018

670 White Plains Road

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THIS IS A FREE EVENT

All ISM Members Can Bring a Colleague to Enjoy the Game plus Complimentary Drinks and Dinner

This program continues our tradition of a fun, educational and interactive quiz competition combined with networking. Mixed teams of attendees will attempt to answer a variety of Supply Chain questions, learn the correct answers, and understand why those answers are the right ones.  Questions will be drawn from all aspects of the Supply Chain including Sourcing, Transportation, Logistics and Production.  The two teams finishing with the most points will be awarded prizes.  As always, this will be an evening of both fun and learning.

 

 

George Yarusavage, DLP, CTL, C.P.M.

Principal, Fortress Consulting

 

George will again be our entertaining emcee.  He is a principal at Fortress Consulting, LLC; an Executive Consultant to the CATTAN Services Group; and a trainer for the American Management Association.  His previous corporate positions included North American Manager of Logistics for M-real USA; Manager of Transportation Procurement for Verizon Wireless; Manager of Corporate Sourcing for NBC, and Director of Technical Logistics for NBC Olympics, where he won an Emmy.  George has a BS in Logistics from Penn State, an MBA from NYU, and has earned three Supply Chain certifications: CTL from AST&L, CPIM from APICS, and C.P.M. from ISM.  In recent years George has written dozens of articles on Supply Chain, Negotiation, Transportation Management, and Professional Development topics.  His current professional activities include being a member of the APICS National Board of Directors and Treasurer of ISM-7 Counties.  Prior to joining the APICS Board, he was the final Chairman of AST&L and managed its merger into APICS, and had served AST&L as Vice Chairman, President, Chairman, Secretary and Program V.P.

 

 

 

 

Hosted by ISM 7-Counties and APICS Tappan Zee Chapter                                     

                          

AGENDA

Thursday, April 19th

 5:30 pm Registration and Networking

6:30 pm Presentation

 

Questions? Contact Jennifer O’Brien at jenobrie@optonline.net or call her at (914) 309-2774

By attending this month’s program, you can earn 1 CEH (Continuing Education Hour) which can be used to re-certify ISM, APICS and other certifications. Provide your email address at the door to get a certificate sent to you the week after the program.

 About ISM 7-Counties

For over 100 years ISM has been the premier organization representing over 40,000 supply chain professionals around the globe.

ISM-7 Counties is an affiliate of the Institute of Supply Management (ISM), and an organization that is leading the way –offering members the resources they need to succeed – everything from networking with colleagues, meetings with subject matter experts to learn best practices, and access to ISM Report on Business®, a renowned study that provides invaluable insights on current data and trends. ISM 7-Counties is a leading advocate for the supply chain field – promoting all the reasons why a career in this field can be so satisfying. Being a key player in the global business arena is just one facet that makes this field so interesting. Using new technologies and managing the complexities of different cultures, regulations, tax codes, etc. are all a part of it, as well. Entrants and seasoned veterans alike have the chance to get involved in areas that may dovetail with their personal values, such as sustainability and corporate social responsibility. ISM 7-Counties is a non-profit organization representing supply chain colleagues in six New York Counties of Westchester, Rockland, Orange, Dutchess, Putnam and Ulster, plus Fairfield County in Connecticut.

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