Greg Brown, executive director of the Kenan Institute of Private Enterprise, details the conclusions of a new report, developed in conjunction with the North Carolina CEO Leadership Forum, about current transformative economic trends.
David Rejeski, visitor scholar at the Environmental Law Institute, describes efforts to obtain objective information about the “green” impacts of technological innovations such as blockchain, platform sharing and artificial intelligence.
Michael Sandonato, partner in the law firm of Venable LLP, describes a bill in the House of Representatives to prevent patent trolls from using the International Trade Commission to extort royalty payments.
David Barton, general manager for North America with ToolsGroup, describes the ways in which various industries are approaching the challenge of planning for demand in an environment of extreme uncertainty.
Phil Renaud, executive director of The Risk Institute at The Ohio State University’s Fisher College of Business, runs down the level of risk to supply chains created by relationships with third parties — and relates how a certain type of third party can help to mitigate it.
Susan Zucker, adjunct instructor at Champlain College Online, discusses the challenge and advantages of online education of students preparing for a career in supply-chain management during a pandemic.
Conan Ward, president and general manager of RubiQon Risk, a newly formed subsidiary of QOMPLX, details the evolution of the cyber-risk insurance industry, and describes how it can protect manufacturers against loss from cyberattacks.