Author and Distinguished Supply Chain Expert Bill Michels to Become Regular Guest in the New Thought Leaders Segment on PI Window on Business

As announced here in my December 31st post “Exciting New Vistas Await the PI Window on Business Show in 2010,” we have launched the new Thought Leaders segment in which we will be joined by industry experts like high tech entrepreneur and investment expert Brad Feld who will provide insights on the state of the Venture Capital world including emerging opportunities in the new Feld’s Picks series.

I am pleased to announce that providing his perspective on the trends that are influencing and reshaping the world of purchasing and supply chain practice is author and industry expert Bill Michels.

Starting in February, and appearing once every quarter thereafter, Bill will bring a dimension of insight that will be both thought provoking and informative for everyone from procurement professionals to software vendors and consultants.

Bill Michels CEO ADR International

Bill of course has previously been a guest on the PI Window on Business Show including the August 11th segment “Intersecting Ideals: Why GM’s Supply Chain is in a State of Ruin,” and the September 30th Buy American Special in which he was part of an international guest panel of experts that included a brief interview with Canada’s Trade Minister Stockwell Day.

According to ADR International’s Robert Rossbach, a leading global procurement and supply management consultancy firm of which Bill is the CEO, Michels is “quite pleased to be a regular contributor” on the PI Window on Business Show.

We will be posting the dates and times for Bill’s segment before the end of January, and would of course invite you to also visit the PI Window on Business Main Show Page and Blog for additional details.

Bill’s Book:

Transform Your Supply Chain comprehensively covers the field of strategic supply chain management. It takes a direct but challenging approach to the subject and uses international case studies to bring it to life. It enables the reader to: understand the different types of supply chain and trading relationships; plan a business development strategy for boosting profitability across the supply chain; clarify the roles and responsibilities of board directors and senior management; draw up a business-wide transformation programme capable of successful delivery and measure the contribution of all parties involved in both strategic change and operational improvement.

In the meantime, use the On-Demand Player below to access the August 11th interview with Bill Michels.

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