In transformative times, supply chain leaders require an edge to remain competitive. TG/20 focuses on how to make supply chain uncertainty work to your advantage through a mix of hands-on demos, boundary-pushing keynote addresses, and practical case studies.
Entrepreneur, Navy SEAL and author of "Be Unstoppable" & "Unstoppable Teams"
Alden became a Navy SEAL after graduating from the US Naval Academy—and served as a platoon commander. He then became an entrepreneur, leading his first company to $90 million in sales in just three years, and holds 40 patents.
How did he do it all? Through persistence. That’s right, Alden learned that if he could become fully committed to driving change each and every day, he would achieve significantly better outcomes. Alden was particularly persistent about learning from his failures.
To no one’s surprise, Alden’s motto is, “To lead is to serve—and to serve is to care.” He believes success is available to everyone, not just a chosen few. And he believes that your potential is much greater than you know.
Ross will anchor TG/20 day two activities, bringing his insights on the current and future state of the supply chain in his keynote address.
A true supply chain industry insider, Ross Elliott comes to the TG/20 stage to share first-hand observations from the transactional supply chain front lines and their influence on supply chain planning. Ross is president of TrueCommerce and has been influencial in the development and success of several other supply chain technology companies including HighJump, Accellos and Infor.