Thomas Gulledge is the President of Enterprise Integration, Inc. and Enterprise Integration Pte Ltd (Singapore). He is also a co - director of the Enterprise Consulting Alliance, a consulting organization with operations in the USA, Asia - Pacific, and Australia. He is also Professor Emeritus of Public Policy and Engineering at George Ma son University and Director of the Policy Analysis Center within the School of Public Policy; retiring in January 2008 after 20 years at GMU. His competence areas are Logistics, Extended Enterprise Integration, Product Lifecycle Management, Engineering Man agement, Logistics, and Supply Chain Integration & Management. Professor Gulledge has directed the Ph.D. Program in the School of Public Policy, and he was a co - founder of the MS program in Enterprise Engineering & Policy, a joint sponsored program by the School of Public Policy and the School of Information Technology and Engineering. He has led many technology - related projects, most relating to information technology - enabled organizational transformation. Professor Gulledge is a past President of the Mili tary Applications Society and also a past Vice president of the Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences. He is currently the head of the Intelligent Manufacturing Systems Network of Excellence Group on Supply Chain Integration & Manag ement and the Vice Chairman for the Americas of the IFIP Working Group on Integrated Production Management. He is a senior editor for the International Journal of Management & Enterprise Development, and associate editor for others, including Electronic Go vernment and for Industrial Management and Data Systems. He is also a past associate editor for Management Science, Naval Research Logistics, and the International Journal of Production Economics.
Founded in Dubai/UAE, SCLG is a membership driven industry business group with 200+ corporate members. SCLG is expanding internationally to continuously enhance its global foot-print.
Managing supply chain and logistics more effectively shall contribute to positive growth of economy in range of 3% to 5% (GDP terms).
Impact of climate change on managing supply chain should be on agenda of all supply chain professionals.
Oil and Gas industry should enlarge its theme to manage supply chains of larger energy domain.
Reduction in current level of wastage in food supply chain shall help mitigate poverty.
Managing Fresh water supply chain needs attention of all.
Sophisticated demand forecast and planning for sure helps improve efficiency of supply chain.
IATA World Cargo Symposium , Istanbul, Turkey 12th -14th October 2021
World Breakbulk Expo , Shanghai, China 12th -13th October 2021
China (Shenzhen) International Logistics and Supply Chain Fair (CILF) , Shenzhen, China 23rd -25th September 2021
Seamless Middle East , Dubai World Trade Centre 29th -30th September 2021
43rd Annual SAPICS Virtual Conference , Online 24th -26th August 2021
Global SC&Pro Influence Summit , Shanghai, China 20th -21st May 2021
Home Delivery Mena 2021 , Online 23rd March 2021
Pro Con Online Forum , Online 16th -17th March 2021