Joshi to present research on effective women’s leadership at supply chain conference
Aparna Joshi, Arnold Family Professor of Management at the Smeal College of Business, will lead a Women at Work session on “Extraordinary Leaders: Changing the Conversation about Leading at Work” at the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals 2016 Annual Conference on Sept. 25-28 in Kissimmee, Florida.
Penn State Executive Programs, the executive education provider within Smeal, is sponsoring this workshop-style event that provides an avenue for women to share stories and identify strategies that can be used to champion issues, motivate others in the organizations, and implement change, particularly when various stakeholders may be resistant or challenging credibility.
The program agenda includes: Details about ongoing research on women in leadership; a panel of accomplished leaders who will share their stories; break-out sessions to engage with peers.
The panelists will include:
- Jacqueline Bailey, supply and demand executive, Cargill, Inc.
- Karen Folino, senior commercial leader – optimization solutions, GE Transportation
- Christine Kringer, director, Protection of National Assets Outreach Program, National Security Division, U.S. Department of Justice
- Michelle Meyer, director of advisory services, PwC
- Remko van Hoek, former senior vice president of sourcing and procurement, Walt Disney Company
Supply chain professionals from around the world annually attend CSCMP, which is widely considered to be a premier supply chain event.
Joshi is a prolific and award-winning researcher in the areas of diversity, gender issues at work, leadership and collaboration in global teams, generational issues in the workplace, and international and cross-cultural management issues.
About Penn State Executive Programs
As part of the Smeal College of Business, Penn State Executive Programs builds leadership and organizational capabilities to address pressing business challenges. Open-enrollment programs for executives are offered in areas such as strategy and leadership, supply chain management, and finance. Penn State Executive Programs also partners with major multinational organizations to deliver customized learning solutions. Learn more at www.smeal.psu.edu/psep.