13 December 2021

Supply Chain Event

Due to the challenging times we are experiencing personally and professionally, Zagreb School of Economics and Management has decided to start a series of Supply Chain projects that will help companies and individuals handle these challenges without difficulties. The main topics at this Supply Chain Event which will be held on December 13th, 2021 will be current and relevant issues influencing the global supply chain system. Four experienced professionals in the field will offer their standpoints on individual topics followed by a discussion with the audience. 

Participation in the event is free and you can register here.

Agenda:

13:30 – 14:00 Registration

14:00 – 14:45 Why are Potato Chips the Only Chips You Can Get These Days?

                        Geopolitical, manufacturing, transport and other issues creating the greatest supply shortage of microchips in history.

                        Speaker: Mato Njavro, Dean, Zagreb School of Economics and Management

14:45 – 15:30 Is This The End of Lean Manufacturing?

                        Inventory management in the new normal. 

                        Speaker: Nadir Paulović, Supply Chain Lecturer, Zagreb School of Economics and Management

15:30 – 15:50 Break

15:50 – 16:35 How Far is Far Away?

                        Current issues and solutions in long haul transport contrasted by issues in micro distribution. 

Speaker: Amir Mešković, CEO, Source Code

16:35 – 17:25 The Best Coca-Cola (Supply Chain) Ever? 

                        How is Coke managing its Supply Chain in the Region?

Speaker: Nives Ožeg, SCM Manager, Coca-Cola Cola Hellenic Bottling Company Adriatic Region

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About speakers 

Mato Njavro, Dean, Zagreb School of Economics and Management

Mr. Njavro is the dean of the Zagreb School of Economics and Management, where he teaches financial courses, and a professor at the Luxembourg School of Business, University of St. Gallen and Singapore Management University. His extensive education encompasses universities such as Harvard, University of St. Gallen, and Bocconi University, all of which are among the best business schools in the world, while his work portfolio features investment banking companies such as Lehman Brothers and Nomura. 

Find out more about Mr. Njavro on his LinkedIn profile. 

Nadir Paulović, Lecturer, Zagreb School of Economics and Management

Mr. Paulović is a real Supply Chain veteran with 20 years of experience across 5 countries.  Some of his previous roles include Supply Chain Director EMPWR in Belgium, COO of Aminolabs in Belgium and Germany, Supply Chain Director Coca-Cola Switzerland, Supply Chain Manager Coca-Cola Croatia, Commercial Director Elcon, Croatia, Commercial Manager INA Germany and more. At ZSEM he is lecturing Supply Chain Management, Distribution and Logistics and Operations Management.

Find out more about Mr. Paulović on his LinkedIn profile. 

Amir Mešković, Founder and CEO, “Source Code”

Mr. Mešković was raised and schooled in Dubai, UAE. Later he moved to the USA where he received BSc in Computer Information System Management from Washington State University and MBA in eCommerce. He was a Communication Specialist in the Department of Civil Aviation in UAE and R & D Manager at Emirates Airlines Group. Currently, he is running a successful SW company with a specialization in FMCG sales distribution and logistics with more than 300 customers in several countries in and out of Europe.  

Find out more about Mr. Mešković on his LinkedIn profile. 

Nives Ožeg, Supply Chain Director, Coca-Cola Hellenic Bottling Company Adriatic Region 

Mrs. Ožeg is a seasoned Supply Chain professional with a Master’s Degree in Accounting and Finance. Her previous positions include Financial Accounting Analyst, Business Planning Analyst, Sales Accounting Manager, Credit Manager, Procurement Manager, Supply Chain Planning Manager, Logistics Manager until she was promoted to the position of Supply Chain Director for three countries. 

Find out more about Mrs. Ožeg on her LinkedIn profile. 

About moderator

Bruno Filipi, Executive in Residence & Academic Director Supply Chain Management MBA Program, Zagreb School of Economics and Management

Mr. Filipi is Senior Executive with working experience in 23 countries across three continents. Some of his roles were Marketing Director Southeast Europe Coca-Cola, General Manager Coca-Cola Bulgaria, General Manager Coca-Cola Adriatic Region, CEO LURA Group of Companies, President Coca-Cola China and Coca-Cola South Pacific. Currently, he is running a boutique consulting company helping CEOs, Management Boards and senior managers increase the performance of their companies. At ZSEM he is lecturing Strategy, Change Management, Leadership and leads our Supply Chain Management MBA Program.

Find out more about Mr. Filipi on his LinkedIn profile.