Webinar – Food Ecosystems: the good, the bad and the ugly
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In our next “The Learning Trough” webinar series with the Canadian Institute of Food Science & Technology, John G. Keogh will take you on a rooftop journey across our global food supply ecosystems. He will explain the complexities and challenges, outline the 5-pillars of the food system, and provide rationale for why we need to take a systems-view of food ecosystems. He will discuss key terms and definitions that are commonly misinterpreted or misunderstood. For those not familiar with modern technologies, he will describe the benefits and challenges of modern technologies such as blockchain, IoT, and AI.
Event Details: Wednesday, March 3, 2021 12:00 – 12:45 p.m. EST
To register, click here.
John G. Keogh is a strategist, advisor and management science researcher with 30 years of executive leadership roles as Director, VP and SVP in global Supply Chain Management, Information Technology, Technology Consulting and Supply Chain Standards. Mr. Keogh is Managing Principal at Toronto-based, niche advisory and research firm Shantalla Inc. He holds a post-graduate diploma in Management, an MBA in Management and a Master of Science in Business and Management Research. He is a doctoral researcher focused on transparency and trust in food chains at Henley Business School, University of Reading using the lenses of agency theory, signalling theory and transactional cost theory.
Canadian Institute of Food Science and Technology and Food in Canada, Canada’s food and beverage processing magazine, have partnered to deliver webinars every other Wednesday from 12:00 p.m. to 12:45 p.m. EST.
Save the Date for future webinars on:
- March 17, 31
- April 14, 28
- May 12, 26
- June 9, 23
Webinars are free to CIFST Members and $25 for non-members.
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