the power of innovation

Breaking Limitations for Long Period Growth in Today's Supply Chain
October 5 - 8, 2014

2014 MHI Executive Summit &
Annual Conference

Supply chain innovation is altering what your customers’ value and find meaningful. Only by embracing innovation can you deliver on the promise of supply chain efficiency, costs savings and speed to market that your customers are demanding.

By attending the 2014 MHI Executive Summit and Annual Conference, you’ll learn how a true commitment to innovation can help you better prepare for the future, continuously improve your business and stay ahead of your customers’ expectations.



Educational Tracks

The US Roadmap for Material Handling & Logistics and MHI 2014 Annual Industry Report identified key issues that our industry needs to focus on. MHI Annual Conference educational tracks address three of these issues.

Changing Workforce
The material handling and logistics workforce has three major challenges in its demographic makeup going forward:
- a rapidly changing workforce,
- inadequately defined career paths, and
- lack of appeal to several potential labor pools.
Each of these challenges will lead to a range of new capabilities that need to be developed in the industry by 2025.

Embracing Innovation
Between now and 2025, the entire workforce will have to respond to a rapid rate of change in technologies and practices required to handle and move goods. Those new technologies and practices will be essential to meeting many of the challenges in material handling and logistics in coming years.

Managing Complexity
We live in a highly connected world that is complex and becoming increasingly so. In the midst of this complexity, all the pieces must fit and work together to accommodate continuous and sometimes mind-boggling change.

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MHI Executive Summit

The 2014 MHI Executive Summit will kick off this year’s event with a half-day of sessions focusing on the power of innovation. Learn how to create a culture of innovation that is marked by visionary leadership, collaboration, a license to explore new ideas and the ability to commercialize new ideas quickly.

During this exclusive event, you’ll hear from innovation visionaries on how to transform your business and have the opportunity to network and problem-solve with other leaders in your industry.

MHI Annual Conference


Following the Executive Summit, the 2014 MHI Annual Conference will also focus on innovative supply chain solutions from leveraging your supply chain workforce to managing complexity and embracing innovation such as 3D printing. You’ll learn how to utilize innovation to seize new opportunities that produce tangible results.

You’ll also have the opportunity to participate in Industry Group meetings that help shape the future of our industry.

Attending the MHI Executive Summit & Annual Conference offers you:

  • An Executive Summit focused on relevant issues facing the material handling, logistics and supply chain industry
  • Top value in a short period of time via a streamlined schedule
  • Opportunity to influence the direction of your industry, your company and your own career will take in the coming years
  • Opportunity to network with a broad base of valuable contacts
  • Industry Group meetings and activities

Schedule

Saturday, October 4

8:30 AM - 6:00 PM

CICMHE Catalina

1:30 PM - 6:30 PM

MHI Golf Tournament
More Info
West Course


Sunday, October 5 - Executive Summit

8:00 AM - 11:00 AM

MHEFI Board of Directors Granada

9:00 AM - 12:30 PM

CICMHE Catalina

11:30 AM - 12:45 PM

Executive Summit Lunch Bernardo Patio

1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Keynote
Thomas Malone
"Tapping Human Intelligence"
Speaker & Session Info
View DC Velocity Interview
Bernardo West

2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Keynote
Jimmy Wales
"A ‘Wiki’ Future"
Speaker & Session Info
View DC Velocity Interview
Bernardo West

3:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Keynote
Brent Beabout
"Engineering Supply Chain Excellence"
Speaker & Session Info
View DC Velocity Interview
Bernardo West

6:30 PM - 9:00 PM

MHI Welcome Reception
More Info
Veranda Patio


Monday, October 6

6:30 AM - 8:00 AM

Breakfast Buffet Aragon Foyer West

7:00 AM - 8:00 AM

First Time Attendee Breakfast Aragon IC

7:30 AM - 8:30 AM

CMAA First Time Orientation Santiago II

7:30 AM - 9:00 AM

ISC Membership Bernardo East

8:00 AM - 11:00 AM

SMA Engineering Bernardo West
EASE Membership Catalina East
MMA Engineering Granada

8:30 AM - 6:00 PM

CMAA Engineering Santiago I, Santiago II, Santiago III

9:00 AM - 10:30 AM

Changing Workforce
Joel Sutherland
"Producing, Growing and Retaining the Right Supply Chain Talent"
Speaker & Session Info
View DC Velocity Interview
Aragon IC
Embracing Innovation
Jim Rice
"Demystifying Supply Chain Innovation"
Speaker & Session Info
View DC Velocity Interview
Aragon IB
Managing Complexity
Dwight Klappich
"The State of Supply Chain Innovation"
Speaker & Session Info
View DC Velocity Interview
Aragon IA

9:00 AM - 2:00 PM

Spouse Program
"Behind the Scenes Tour" of San Diego Zoo
More Info
San Diego Zoo

11:00 AM - 12:15 PM

Keynote
Mike Walton
"Game-changing Innovation that is Revolutionizing Manufacturing"
Speaker & Session Info
Aragon I

12:15 PM - 12:30 PM

Break

12:30 PM - 2:00 PM

Luncheon Keynote
John Kao
"Jamming: The Art of Getting Innovation Done"
Speaker & Session Info
View DC Velocity Interview
Aragon II and Aragon III

2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

SMA/RMI Joint Engineering Bernardo West

2:30 PM - 4:00 PM

Changing Workforce
Bill Ferrell & Jim Crowell
"Innovation Talent Strategies for Industry"
Speaker & Session Info
View DC Velocity Interview
Aragon IC
Managing Complexity
Jeff LeClair
"Caterpillar’s Integrated Supply Network"
Speaker & Session Info
View DC Velocity Interview
Aragon IA

2:30 PM - 5:30 PM

Embracing Innovation
Al Mastrangelo
"Innovation – From Random Gamble to Reliable System"
Speaker & Session Info
Aragon IB

3:00 PM - 6:00 PM

SMA Membership Bernardo West
SCE Membership Bernardo East
ECMA Membership Catalina West
HMI Engineering Catalina East

4:00 PM - 5:30 PM

Changing Workforce
Mike Robinson & Nick Williams
"Show Us Your Fanny: Recruiting and Other Tales from Big Ass Solutions"
Speaker & Session Info
View DC Velocity Interview
Aragon IC
Managing Complexity
University of Arkansas Retail Innovation Lab
"Retail Innovation Lab: The Backroom of 2020"
Speaker & Session Info
Aragon IA

5:30 PM - 6:30 PM

Break

6:00 PM - 7:00 PM

MHI Young Professionals Network
Meet & Greet
More Info
Bernardo Patio

6:30 PM - 9:30 PM

MHI Dinner Party
"A Taste of California"
More Info
Aragon Lawn


Tuesday, October 7

6:30 AM - 8:00 AM

Breakfast Buffet Aragon Foyer West

7:00 AM - 9:00 AM

AS/RS C/VLM Bernardo East

8:00 AM - 11:00 AM

ICWM Membership Catalina West
ProGMA Membership Bernardo West
VRC Membership Catalina East
MMA Membership Granada
Storage Rack Decking Group Andalucia I

8:30 AM - 6:00 PM

CMAA Engineering Santiago I, Santiago II, Santiago III

9:00 AM - 11:00 AM

AS/RS F/A Bernardo East

9:00 AM - 10:30 AM

Changing Workforce
"Talent Development Strategies"
Session Info
Aragon IC
Embracing Innovation
Joel Sutherland
"Creating a Superior Supply Chain Through Innovation"
Speaker & Session Info
View DC Velocity Interview
Aragon IB

10:30 AM - 2:15 PM

Spouse Program
"Bernardo Winery Tour & Lunch"
More Info
Bernardo Winery

11:00 AM - 12:15 PM

Keynote
Jason Schenker
"Economic Outlook for Material Handling, Logistics and the Supply Chain Industries"
Speaker & Session Info
View DC Velocity Interview
Aragon I

12:15 PM - 12:30 PM

Break

12:30 PM - 2:00 PM

Luncheon Keynote
Jeff Gallinat
"The Internet of Everything and the Cisco Connected Supply Chain"
Speaker & Session Info
Aragon II, Aragon III

2:00 PM - 6:00 PM

HMI Membership Granada

2:30 PM - 4:00 PM

Changing Workforce
"Supply Chain Management & Engineering"
Session Info
Aragon IC
Embracing Innovation
Bill Lam
"Distinctive approaches to innovation, collaboration and talent alignment"
Speaker & Session Info
Aragon IB

3:00 PM - 6:00 PM

RMI Engineering Aragon II, Aragon III
CSS Membership Bernardo West
LODEM Membership Catalina East
AS/RS Membership Bernardo East

4:00 PM - 5:30 PM

Changing Workforce
"Supply Chain Certification Programs"
Session Info
Aragon IC
Embracing Innovation
Larry Hagstrom
"The Power of 3D Printing"
Speaker & Session Info
View DC Velocity Interview
Aragon IB

6:00 PM - 10:00 PM

MHI Dinner Cruise
More Info
Depart from East Entrance


Wednesday, October 8

6:30 AM - 8:00 AM

Breakfast Buffet Aragon Foyer West

8:00 AM - 11:00 AM

LMPS Membership Catalina East
RMI Membership Aragon III
OFS Membership Aragon I
CMAA Membership Santiago I, Santiago II, Santiago III
AGVS Membership Catalina West

10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Spouse Program
RBI Spa
More Info
RBI Spa

11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Break

12:00 PM - 1:30 PM

Buffet Lunch Aragon Lawn

1:30 PM - 3:00 PM

MHI Chairman's Council Meeting Aragon III

3:30 PM - 9:30 PM

MHI Chairman's Council Dinner (Invitation Only) Miramar

Events

MHI Golf Tournament

Meeting attendees can tee up at the MHI golf tournament. The tournament will be held at the recently renovated Championship Golf Course at Rancho Bernardo Inn Golf Resort & Spa. The course has hosted both PGA and LPGA events and presents golfers of all skill levels with a challenging and rewarding day on the course.
Additional fee required: $135

MHI Annual Conference Welcome Reception

This casual reception launches the Annual Conference. Enjoy California fresh fare and network with your peers on this large patio overlooking the golf course. Test your skills on the putting greens or participate in a glow ball chipping contest!

Spouse Program: Behind the Scenes Tour of the San Diego Zoo

The World Famous San Diego Zoo has been the gem of San Diego for more than 80 years. Starting as a small collection of animals, the Zoo has grown into a sanctuary for more than 4,000 birds, mammals, and reptiles housed in enclosures that closely simulate their natural environment. The 100-acre Zoo, is also a lush botanical garden that houses more than 6,500 plant species! Guests will be met at the zoo entrance and escorted to a private bus for an exclusive VIP tour “behind the scenes” look at the Zoo, its operations and animal care. After this entertaining and educational adventure, you will then have time to view the zoo at your leisure until departure back to the hotel.
No cost for spouses. Please select this activity during registration if you would like to attend.

Young Professionals Network Meet & Greet

Meet and network with other young (or young at heart) professionals in material handling, logistics and the supply chain. This is a great way for those who are new to the industry to interact with your peers in a friendly, casual environment.

MHI Dinner Party


Join your peers for a casual California tasting and dinner buffet on the lawn. Taste the best cuisine the Golden State has to offer including a tasting of locally harvested olive oils and tapenades. You’ll also learn how to pair top varietals from Napa, Sonoma, the Central Coast and Temecula with your favorite dishes. If beer is more to your liking, have no fear. Local San Diego brewers will be on hand with craft and micro brews from Pale Ale to Stouts including special seasonal offerings.

Spouse Program: Bernardo Winery Tour & Lunch

Bernardo Winery and Village are tucked away in the hills of North San Diego County.  Come to taste the local wine and stay to enjoy all that the winery has to offer in their little slice of the old country. The Bernardo Winery, family owned for three generations and over 125 years old, is still fully functional as a producing wine in San Diego, with San Diego grapes. After your wine tasting, enjoy lunch and explore the centuries-old buildings and wine making equipment, new and old, beautiful gardens, unique studios, galleries and shopping in our village of shops.

Additional fee required: $95

MHI Dinner Cruise

Enjoy 360-degree views of the San Diego skyline and Bay Bridge, and Coronado on this 3-hour private chartered dinner cruise including gaming activities along the San Diego Bay.

Spouse Program: Make your own bath scrub with RBI Spa

Do you have a difficult time finding the right bath fragrance? With assistance from RBI spa therapists you can create your own. Choose from an assortment of oils and salts to create your personal signature blend to take home with you. This activity takes place outside at the spa pool/cabana garden. Relax and let your inner creative self take over. 

Additional fee required: $40

Speakers

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Monday Keynote

Michael WaltonHead of Manufacturing, Google Enterprise
BIO

Game-changing Innovation that is Revolutionizing Manufacturing
Michael will discuss how he collaborates with Fortune 500 manufacturers to introduce game-changing strategies and technologies into their manufacturing operations. Learn how he helps manufacturers capture and leverage their data to revolutionize every aspect of their processes and production, including systems integration, product lifecycle management, ease of use and management visibility.

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Monday Keynote

John Kao Chairman, Institute for Large Scale Innovation,
CEO and Founder, EdgeMakers, Inc.
BIO Interview

Jamming: The Art of Getting Innovation Done
Jazz music is innovation made audible. In this presentation, John Kao brings innovation to life on stage using speech, music, and audience engagement. Using a piano to demonstrate how jazz is a guiding metaphor for business, Kao "jams" on stage and shares the keys to innovation that he taught at Harvard. John leverages his status as Yahama’s first-ever “Artist in Innovation” to combine state of the art technology and leading edge concepts of innovation to create a unique and memorable experience.

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Tuesday Keynote

Jason SchenkerPresident, Prestige Economics
BIO Interview

Economic Outlook for Material Handling, Logistics and the Supply Chain Industries
What challenges and opportunities does the U.S. and global economic outlook pose for your company? Join top-ranked economist, Jason Schenker, who will share his short-term and long-term economic forecasts. This presentation will cover the growth outlook, as well as the outlook for interest rates, foreign exchange rates, energy prices, and industrial metals prices.

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Tuesday Keynote

Jeff GallinatSenior Vice President of Supply Chain Operations, Cisco
BIO

The Internet of Everything and the Cisco Connected Supply Chain
Jeff will share the importance of an Internet of Everything approach that delivers more value to companies than just the Internet of Things. The number of connected devices, sensors, objects and other “things” are expected to grow to over 50 billion by the year 2020.  The Internet of Everything, which includes People, Process, Data and Things, brings new opportunities and value in the manufacturing industry through automation, sensors, and data, to name a few.  As the executive sponsor of Cisco Supply Chain Innovation, he will also share the current approach for Cisco’s Connected Supply Chain and the value to Cisco’s customers and shareholders.

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Joel SutherlandManaging Director, Supply Chain Management Institute, University of San Diego
BIO Interview

Producing, Growing & Retaining the Right Supply Chain Talent
As supply chain management takes on greater strategic importance, organizations are seeing that their pool of talent is dangerously low and not necessarily aligned with their needs. This presentation will provide valuable insights into what industry can do to better acquire, develop and retain supply chain talent to meet current and future needs.

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Jim RiceDeputy Director - MIT Center for Transportation and Logistics
BIO Interview

Demystifying Supply Chain Innovation
This presentation will demystify emerging supply chain innovation to help you properly take advantage of them in your organization. Jim will clarify what is supply chain innovation, versus product innovation, and share his observations on key innovations and their impact on supply chains now and in the future.

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Dwight KlappichResearch VP, Gartner
BIO Interview

The State of Supply Chain Management Technology
With 35 years of experience, Dwight Klappich has become an expert in research focusing on the strategic role logistics plays in leading-edge supply chain organizations and how leaders, technology strategies, and tactics are differentiated from their peers. His primary focus is on the role that technology plays in transforming logistics operations. Learn how supply chain organizations leverage technology to respond to the business challenges they face every day.

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Bill FerrellPhD, PE, Professor of Industrial Engineering, Associate Dean of the Graduate School, Clemson University
BIO Interview

Jim CrowellDirector, Supply Chain Management Research Center (SCMRC), University of Arkansas
BIO

Innovative Strategies for Industry, Academic, and Government Alliances
Who is impacted by the challenges we are facing with the supply chain workforce? Who is best positioned to address the challenges effectively? In many cases, effective long-term solutions emerge from collaboration between non-traditional partners. This session will highlight examples of collaborations between Industry, Academics, and Government Agencies, and show how these relationships have produced benefits for the entire supply chain community.

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Jeff LeClairGlobal Logistics Development Manager, Global Network Operations at Caterpillar Logistics Services, Inc.
BIO Interview

Caterpillar’s Integrated Supply Network
Material handling and logistics are critical elements of effective supply chain management. This session will highlight the complexities of building and supporting machinery all around the world, and how Lean processes and supply chain technology are working together to make progress possible for Caterpillar.

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Al MastrangeloInnovation Advisor - Business Growth and Innovation, NC State University Industrial Extension Service

BIO

Innovation – From Random Gamble to Reliable System
In our hyper competitive, rapidly changing global economy, a sustainable and cost-effective innovation strategy is essential to the survival and prosperity for every type of organization. However, research has shown that only 10 percent of companies have an innovation strategy . Innovation allows companies to restart the business lifecycle and is one of the most effective methods for improving profitability. This workshop will show you what it takes to put in place a process to “ideate,” test, maintain and sustain an innovation system.

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Mike RobinsonDirector of National Accounts, Big Ass Solutions

BIO Interview

Nick WilliamsHuman Resources Manager
BIO

Show Us Your Fanny: Recruiting and Other Tales from Big Ass Solutions
Mike Robinson and Nick Williams will detail how MHI member Big Ass Solutions developed a successful employee recruitment strategy that helped bring on hundreds of employees and sustained rapid growth of more than 30 percent annually. Learn how they hire curious, positive employees and offer rewarding work that attracts the best of the best. While other companies remain slow to hire, the Big Ass Solutions workforce more than tripled to 481 between 2009 and 2013. And once they arrive, employees rarely leave the company with a retention rate, of 88%, that far outpaces the national average of 62%.

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Retail Innovation Lab: The Backroom of 2020
“From anytime to anywhere, anytime,” is but one of many ways to describe the supply chain needed to accommodate today’s connected consumer.  Traditional brick and mortar retailers have responded with a variety of store formats and sizes.  Meanwhile, their Ecommerce business is growing at a tremendous rate. What works best when, for which categories, how do we maximize all available assets and locations; these questions and more are the inspiration for the University of Arkansas’s Sam M. Walton College of Business Retail Innovation Lab.  Attend this session and learn more about the vision and how to become a part of it. 

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Joanne CleaverContent & Communication Strategy Consultant, Coach and Developer
BIO Interview

Hector JaramilloCategory Manager-New Product Development Procurement, NACCO Materials Handling Group

Jeff RedmonGlobal Engineering Talent and Competency Manager
BIO Interview

Talent Development Strategies
Businesses throughout the supply chain are looking for better ways to develop talent. Our three panelists will share their unique perspectives on the impacts that outdated talent strategies can have on business, and the innovative approaches that they have developed to drive effective change.

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Joel SutherlandManaging Director, Supply Chain Management Institute, University of San Diego

BIO

Creating a Superior Supply Chain Through Innovation
Innovation is at the heart of driving supply chain improvements. In this presentation, Joel Sutherland will share an executive-level view on the value of supply chain innovation. Beyond understanding what innovation is and how to cultivate it, he also shares numerous examples of supply chain innovations that have translated into bottom-line benefits.

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Amanda ReidAdjunct Accreditation Director, Applied Science, ABET

BIO

Nick LittleAssistant Director of Executive Development Programs at the Eli Broad College of Business at Michigan State University

BIO Interview

Jim PattersonAssistant Dean/Associate Professor of Supply Chain Management, Western Illinois University
BIO Interview

Supply Chain-Management and Supply Chain Engineering
Supply chain is a broad and evolving field, which draws from many different academic disciplines. Our three panelists will discuss the importance of business and engineering skills in the supply chain, and how these academic communities are working together to align with changes in industry. The panel will highlight issues related to 1) Research Funding, 2) Publication, 3) Accreditation, and 4) Competencies, and how these issues are viewed in the world of academia.

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Bill LamSenior Manager of supply chain strategy practice, Deloitte Consulting LLP
BIO

Supply Chain Leadership: Distinctive approaches to innovation, collaboration and talent alignment
Global supply chain leaders are at a cross-roads of near-overwhelming supply chain complexity and unprecedented opportunity that is being driven by more unpredictable and demanding customers. At the same time, advances in technology have allowed companies to redefine the way they work through increased transparency, automation, and collaboration.  Learn how truly leading companies are adjusting their operating models and building innovative capabilities across their entire value-chain.   This session will shed light on how leading companies are adopting new technologies and adapting their supply chains to not only meet the challenges ahead, but to disrupt the markets in which they compete.

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Steve HarringtonIndustry Liaison for the National Center for Supply Chain Technology Education

BIO Interview

Nora Pollard NeibergallCPSM, CPSD, C.P.M., Senior Vice President and Corporate Secretary, Institute for Supply Management

BIO

Laurie Hein DenhamCTL, CAE, President, American Society of Transportation and Logistics (ASTL)
BIO Interview

Supply Chain Certification Programs
Certifications in supply chain skills is gaining popularity as a way to validate the capabilities of employees and job candidates. Our panelists will present a number of certification options that are available to address different roles throughout the supply chain, as well as information on options for earning the certifications.

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Larry Hagstrom3D Print Manager, UPS Store
BIO Interview

The Power of 3D Printing
Learn the latest advancements in 3D Printing from self-proclaimed 3D Printing goodwill ambassador, Larry Hagstrom. Larry will provide an up close and personal view of the latest 3D technologies and open your eyes to the possibilities that this technology has for manufacturing and the supply chain. 

Executive Summit

The 2014 MHI Executive Summit will kick off this year’s event with a half-day of sessions focusing on the power of innovation. The content of this year’s event was developed to address innovations that are driving supply chains that were addressed in the recently published MHI Annual Industry Report and US Roadmap for Material Handling & Logistics. Learn how to create a culture of innovation that is marked by visionary leadership, collaboration, a license to explore new ideas and the ability to commercialize new ideas quickly. During this exclusive event, you’ll hear from innovation visionaries on how to transform your business and have the opportunity to network and problem-solve with other leaders in your industry.


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Thomas MaloneRenowned Organizational Visionary, Professor at MIT Sloan School of Management and Founding Director, MIT Center for Collective Intelligence
BIO Interview

Tapping Human Intelligence: Why Machines Will Never (Completely) Take Over
It’s an age-old debate that continues to gain steam. Are we, humans, being displaced by technology? Will machines eventually rob us of our jobs? Not at all, says Thomas Malone. In fact, while some jobs are eliminated, more are actually created. He argues: it’s not a man versus machine challenge; it’s a man working together with machine opportunity. The combination of people and technology enables us to think in ways neither people nor computers have ever done before, presenting vast potential to organize work in new ways and build more intelligent organizations. Based on 20 years of groundbreaking research, he provides compelling models for actually designing the “company of the future.”

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Jimmy WalesFounder, Wikipedia
BIO Interview

A ‘Wiki’ Future
As a leading technology futurist, Mr. Wales presents how open-source, open-content technology is changing the face of the internet and how businesses must adapt in the face of this rapidly evolving technology in order to compete and innovate.  Businesses today are starting to use the same collaborative tools that Wikipedia employs, and it's worth learning from the monumental success of the Wikipedia model.

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Brent BeaboutSVP of International eCommerce Fulfillment, Walmart
BIO Interview

Engineering Supply Chain Excellence
With over 20 years of experience in leading change spanning a variety of industries and markets, Brent Beabout will discuss how to create and develop cross-functional groups that provide comprehensive, data-driven supply chain innovation.

Hotel

The Rancho Bernardo Inn is a resort known for its unpretentious style and genuine warmth. A true destination for MHI Annual Conference attendees, the 265-acre property features three swimming pools, an award-winning full-service spa and fitness center.

Located 30 minutes from San Diego International Airport (Lindbergh Field), the Inn is near San Diego’s most popular attractions such as San Diego Zoo, San Diego Safari Park, La Jolla, the Del Mar Thoroughbred Club, beaches, hiking and biking trails.

HOTEL INFORMATION
The Rancho Bernardo Inn
17550 Bernardo Oaks Drive
San Diego, CA US 92128
www.ranchobernardoinn.com

Hotel Reservations
The Rancho Bernardo Inn Resort is sold out, however Courtyard by Marriott still has rooms available.

Courtyard by Marriott - San Diego Rancho Bernardo
11611 Bernardo Plaza Ct San Diego, CA 92128
Rate: $149 while available (call direct for best availability)
Phone: (858) 613-2000
Group Code: MHIMHIA for King Bed | MHIMHIB for 2 Queens
Shuttle: A shuttle will run between the Marriott and Rancho Bernardo Inn (5-mile).
Website: http://cwp.marriott.com/sanbo/mhiexecutive/

Deadline
All reservations must be received by Wednesday, September 10, 2014. After this date, reservations will be made based on availability and hotels may charge higher rates.

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Early-Registration Discount

Complete and make payment for your registration by September 10, 2014, and save $100 off each attendee's registration.

Registration Fees

Rate
Executive Summit Only $600
Annual Conference Only $895
Executive Summit & Annual Conference $1095
Annual Conference Spouse/Guest $595

Desk Hours

Sunday 9:00 AM - 7 PM
Monday 6:30 AM - 6:00 PM
Tuesday 6:30 AM - 6:00 PM
Wednesday 6:30 AM - 11:00 AM

Dress Guidelines

Business casual for all events.

Questions?

For answers to any registration questions, please contact Weldon Morris at 704-676-1190 or wmorris@mhi.org.

Cancellation Policy

Cancellations received on or before September 10, 2014 entitle the registrant to a full refund. Cancellations received between September 11 - 25, 2014, will be charged an administrative fee of $100. There are no refunds for cancellations received AFTER September 25, 2014.

Transportation

The Rancho Bernardo Resort is centrally located in San Diego, CA 35 minutes from San Diego International Airport (Lindbergh Field), near many visitor activities and attractions. Los Angeles Airport is located approximately two hours away. Ground transportation options from San Diego International range from moderate to pricey. To make your travels convenient and cost efficient as possible, we have provided you with several options.

 

Taxis

Taxis are readily available at the airport, but are expensive, costing approximately $95 each way. To secure your return taxi service from Rancho Bernardo Inn, advanced notice is required. Taxis are local, but typically take 15-20 minutes to arrive. You can book your departure taxi directly through the front desk at check-in.

 

RB Poway Transportation

RB Poway Transportation is recommended by Rancho Bernardo Resort. RB Poway’s fee is $85 each way (exclusive of tip and regardless of the number of occupants.) Note: If your travel schedule coincides with other MHI attendee reservations, RB Poway will ask if you would like to share the ride in order to be cost effective.

To make reservations...
Phone: (858) 733-1588
Email: rbtransportation56@yahoo.com To make a reservation by email you MUST include: first & last name, cell phone, airline, flight number, day and time for arrival and/or departure.

RB Poway Transportation takes both cash and credit cards. Their fleet consists of town cars (3-person occupancy) and SUVs (5-person occupancy).

Airport Pick up: Driver will be inside the terminal with the name sign. Guest will see him when following baggage claim sign (only one way to go).

 

Shuttle Services

The cost of shuttle service from San Diego International Airport (SAN) to Rancho Bernardo Resort ranges from $27 for a shared ride or $82 for a non-stop ride. Shuttle service providers include:

 

Parking at Rancho Bernardo Resort

Overnight parking is complimentary for MHI attendees (Self and Valet).

Contact us

Questions?

For answers to any registration questions, please contact Weldon Morris at 704-676-1190 or wmorris@mhi.org.

For all other questions please contact the MEs, contact emails to the right.

AS/RS, AGVS, ISC, SCE
Gary Forger
gforger@mhi.org

CICMHE, CSS, ECMA, OFS
Carmen Murphy
cmurphy@mhi.org

CMAA, HMI, MMA
Hal Vandiver
hvandiver@mhi.org

EASE, LMPS, LODEM, ProGMA
Tom Carbott
tcarbott@mhi.org

ICWM, RMI, SMA
Jeff Woroniecki
jworoniecki@mhi.org

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