CSCMP 2017 EDGE Supply Chain Academic Research Symposium, September 24, Atlanta, Georgia

Women at Work Panel & Interactive Discussion Sponsored by Penn State Executive Programs

Organizations are becoming ever more flat and networked, making the ability to manage social relationships a vital skill for successful leaders. With so many stakeholders, particularly in the supply chain organization, conflict is common, but does not need to impede progress. Analyzing a potential conflict in advance will help you deal with it more effectively. Hot buttons that often provoke unanticipated conflict can learn to be managed. Join Penn State Executive Programs in its fifth year sponsoring this Women at Work Session as we nurture the extraordinary leader in you through techniques for managing conflict. This workshop-style event will provide ways to anticipate, plan, and react more effectively to unforeseen conflicts in every day work situations. 

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Moderator: , Professor of Management, Executive Education With Impact , Penn State University
, Senior Vice President, Commercial Services, Amber Road
, Senior Manager, Innovation Sourcing, Johnson and Johnson