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POSTPONED – The Coronavirus Effect and supply chain risk for Australian manufacturers
March 24 @ 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
What does the Coronavirus mean for Australian manufacturers and their supply chains as airlines cancel flights and automakers close factories, and businesses in China themselves consider how to cope without the country’s vast factories?
Join us and Alf Esteban of StratEdge Consulting to:
- Discuss future perspectives on this important industry issue.
- Hear about how high performing manufacturers build resilience into their supply chains to prevent or recover quickly from dynamic risk related disruption.
- Learn about balancing risks and costs with targeted approaches to risk rather than attempting to predict and prepare for every risk type.
- And finally… enjoy the friendly debate between Alf Esteban and Cumberland Business Chamber President, Angela Haynes about whether the Coronavirus is a black swan event!
We look forward to welcoming members and guests to this exciting and informative event!
Get to know Alf Esteban of StratEdge Consulting…
Alf is a seasoned risk and compliance management professional, former CEO and board director with an extensive background in risk and compliance from a 21 year global career with IBM and then with Protecht Group. He holds a BSc in Pure Mathematics and Theoretical Physics, a Graduate Diploma in Commercial Bank Management, an MBA in general management, and is a Certified Compliance Professional. He is also a member of the Global Association of Risk Professionals and is a Fellow of the Governance Institute of Australia.
His sector experience includes the establishment of governance, risk and compliance frameworks in financial services, real estate and property development, mining and exploration, manufacturing and heavy engineering sectors. This has included facilitating risk identification and assessment workshops and writing risk and compliance management plans to meet regulatory requirements across a number of industry sectors.
Alf has held non-executive directorships in financial services organisations, a theatre production company, a software and services company, and Governance, Risk and Compliance Institute where he served as President for 5 years.