RALEIGH, N.C. – After releasing his latest playbook, “Restarting the Economy: Guidance for Public and Private Leaders,” Jim Tompkins, founder and chairman of Tompkins International, will join two upcoming webinars to help supply chain professionals resume operations after COVID-19.
- Friday, May 15 at 11am EST: Tompkins will lead the Institute of Industrial & Systems Engineers (IISE) Global Webinar of the Month, “Restarting the Economy: Guidance on the Backside of the Disruption,” where he will share his detailed strategies for how companies can prepare to do business in the not-so-normal conditions over the next 6-18 months.
- Wednesday, May 20 at 9:30am EST: Tompkins will discuss the impacts of innovative and crisis disruptions on supply chains and commerce and how companies must continuously improve, transform and reinvent for success in the webinar, “VUCA: How Do We Get Back to Better?”
Tompkins has been steering the development of Tompkins International’s COVID-19 Resources, an online hub of educational and thought leadership content that focuses on the impacts of COVID-19, successful supply chain reinvention strategies and other related topics to help businesses flourish in times of VUCA—volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity.
“While the world has been focused on controlling, avoiding and eliminating the public health risks associated with COVID-19, this pandemic has been wreaking havoc on our global economy,” said Tompkins. “These webinars will explore how businesses can successfully restart operations and adapt to the ‘new normal’ moving forward.”
To register for these free webinars, please visit Tompkins International’s Events page or check out the company’s COVID-19 Resources to learn more about the impacts of COVID-19 and how to minimize supply chain disruptions and deliver on customer demands during the pandemic.
About Tompkins International
Tompkins International is a global supply chain consulting and solutions firm dedicated to helping clients achieve supply chain excellence and profitable growth. Founded in 1975, Tompkins has integrated its decades of experience in strategy, commerce, logistics and technology into an ecosystem of four business units: Supply Chain Consulting, Material Handling Integration, Robotics and Applied Technologies. By combining best-in-breed services and technologies, Tompkins delivers a true end-to-end supply chain solution enabling clients to improve the customer experience and ensure long-term success. Tompkins is headquartered in Raleigh, North Carolina and has offices throughout North America and in Europe and Asia. For more information, please visit www.tompkinsinc.com.