Data Science Workshop

October 19, 2018
9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Burkle 12, Drucker School of Management

Since there is a higher demand for professionals to learn data science, Net Impact and Supply Chain Management Association (SCMA) will be hosting a Data Science Workshop to help students learn the fundamentals of data science using Microsoft Azure and Tableau. No prior experience or knowledge in data science is needed to attend this workshop.
Please bring your own laptop. There will also be a set of guidelines on how to access Microsoft Azure and Tableau provided to students who register.

RSVP to by Tuesday, October 16.

Past events

4th Annual Technology & Supply Chain Summit

April 6, 2018

9:30am to 4:30pm
California State University – Dominguez Hills

The Supply Chain of the Future

Leading insights on the impact of emerging innovations in the supply chain. Learn what leaders are doing to gain competitive advantage in rapidly evolving supply chain ecosystems.

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Southern California Logistics & Supply Chain Summit

April 26, 2018

8:00am to 3:00pm
Sheraton Fairplex Conference Center in Pomona

Keynote Speakers



Peter F. Drucker Award
At the conference, we will recognize the 2018 recipient of The Peter F. Drucker Award for Excellence in Supply Chain & Logistics Management.

The award honors Drucker’s “Spirit of Performance” in management to a business leader who:

  • Exhibits high levels of integrity in moral and ethical conduct
  • Focuses on results
  • Builds on strengths
  • Leads beyond borders to meet the requirements of stakeholders
  • Ultimately, serves the common good

More About the Summit

APICS Spring Executive Panel and Networking Symposium

May 5, 2018

8:00am to 11:30am
Harvey Mudd College

Managing Rapid Growth when Manufacturing & the Supply Chain is Hot

Today our manufacturing industry is not only in a period of growth, it is better than ever before. During this period of increased growth, importance of manufacturing management is business critical! In order to remain competitive, manufacturers must adapt to this new environment of increased demand and rapid growth. This may involve more innovative solutions to current market problems and increasing reliance on technology. It is vital during this time of growth that your Supply Chain runs smoothly like a well oiled machine!

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Drucker Supply Chain Forum: Professional Development in the Changing Landscape of Supply Chain

Monday, March 27, 2017

10:00am to 3:30pm
Ron W. Burkle Family Building
Drucker School of Management

What skill sets do managers need to thrive in this field? How are managers responding to the changing employee market by using company culture as a competitive advantage? How do you attract and retain supply chain talent?

Join’s Juan Garcia, Source Intelligence’s Lina Ramos, The Walt Disney Company’s Terrie Dean, LMA Consulting Group’s Lisa Anderson, Toyota North America’s Arturo Esquivel, Komar Distribution’s Chris Veit, QVC’s Zach Hetrick, and SoCal CSCMP Roundtable President Jorie Ramsaur for an exciting forum event about careers in the field and strategies for success as markets change.

Lunch will be provided. Admission is free.

The day’s program will include:

Panel One (10:00 am): “Professional Pathways in Supply Chain”
Our panelists will share their management experiences and discuss the broad skill set that is required to be successful in the field. They will also reflect on changing roles in the field and discuss career trajectories and unique challenges.

Lunch (11:45 am)

Panel Two (1:00 pm): “Company Culture as a Competitive Advantage”
Our panelists will offer their perspectives on the changing employee market and describe how they are using company culture as a competitive advantage. They will also share their own stories of successes and challenges as well as their strategies for attracting and retaining supply chain talent.

Reception and networking (2:30 pm)
Capacity is limited; register now to reserve your place and for more detailed information about the schedule and participants.