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Inchainge Connect Educator Conference 2022

After the incredible success of the previous edition, we are excited to announce that Inchainge Connect will be brought to you as an exclusive Global Online Event on the 30th of March 2022!

The theme will be The EdTech Revolution in Higher Education – Accelerating Value Chain Excellence & a Sustainable Future with game-based learning’.

We are honored to announce several world-renowned Keynote speakers who will be presenting very interesting topics.

Inchainge Connect prioritizes what’s most important in value chain education, so you can take back strategies and concepts to reinvent or re-establish your course or department. Attendees will be presented with a wide range of actionable ideas. What will you take back to prepare your students for the future?

In support of educators around the globe we are offering free access to an extended 3-block program (morning, afternoon & evening) accessible to all time zones. Join from any time zone at your own convenience. Take full advantage of our exciting program and attend as many sessions as you find interesting.

Keynote speakers

Keynote speaker

Prof. Dr. Sara de Freitas

Thought leader in the field of game-based learning and recognized as one of the most Influential Women in Technology. An educator, author, researcher and public speaker with twenty-five years in education
Topic:

Game Over for Education as we know it?

This presentation will provide an overview of the six main trends in education and how they have been responsible for the Quiet Education Revolution that has been happening over the last fifty years. The revolution has led to significant changes in formal education, including a sectoral move to blended learning. While no significant difference was found between online only and face-to-face provision, significant improvements for learners can be seen when comparing online or face-to-face modes only. In my own research, we found significant improvements in game-based learning as well. With a focus upon student engagement and the LEAR model, this presentation will take teachers and educators through a journey from traditional to future learning providing tips on a shift in learning design from curriculum to learning experiences. As we seek to engage our Generation Z learners who have grown up with mobile phones for learning and are used to be engaged through games and interactive digital content. Game based curriculum and approaches will become more dominant not just to support the design of learning but also for the delivery of learning. What will this mean to the future of learning and the role of the teacher and lecturer? Our discussion will enthuse and excite our audience to try more games in their practice.

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Keynote speaker

Prof. Dr. Ivo Wenzler

Professor Serious Gaming at the NHL Stenden University of Applied Sciences
Topic:

What is serious gaming and why should we bother?

The reality as we experience it is often complex, ill-defined, and dynamic in nature. The changes within that reality, whether ecological, social, or technological, are rapid and discontinuous. So, if you want to understand what the future might or should be like, learn how to influence it or adapt to it, and build your confidence in achieving that future, what do you do? You play.

Serious gaming as a process of play and serious games as instruments of play, are in effect simulations of our perceptions of reality, providing experiential environments for learning and enabling change.

The presentation will focus on three key questions: what serious gaming is, why should we care about it, and what are the key areas for future research if we want to increase the societal impact of serious gaming.

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Keynote speaker

Daniel Stanton

Supply chain executive, entrepreneur, and professor. Known as "Mr. Supply Chain"
Topic:

Supply, Demand, and Consumption: How to respond to tomorrow’s supply chain disruptions

When analyzing supply chains, we’ve often assumed that demand and consumption were synonymous. But they are not the same, and the gap between them can trigger (or amplify) the Bullwhip Effect. Join us to discuss what we’ve learned from the shortages, overstocks, returns, and capacity challenges since 2020, and how to prepare for new supply chain disruptions in the future.

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Keynote speaker

Dr. Eveline van Zeeland

Expert coach of organizations, professionals and students on how to apply design thinking in their everyday practice. University teacher for almost twenty years.
Topic:

Creativity is intelligence having fun - Innovative learning in 2030

Creativity is intelligence having fun” is one of the most inspiring quotes by Albert Einstein. During this keynote, we will explore the intersection of these words ‘creativity’, ‘intelligence’ and ‘fun’. Right at the core of this intersection lies the attitude of curiosity, of imagination and of experimentation which is so relevant when one tries to tackle our society’s challenges. This same attitude lies at the core of game-based learning, but also forms the foundation of the work of great scientists and designers as Einstein, Leonardo da Vinci and Gaudí. We will jump back and forth between historical figures as da Vinci and the future of higher education. What can we learn from these historical superheroes with respect to game-based learning? How can we apply their way of working in modern innovative education focussing on solving problems? Which transition will higher education make the coming decade and what is the (changing) role of the teacher in all this? How can the teacher safeguard his human touch in an era of tech-based education? During this keynote, Dr. Eveline van Zeeland will share her insights on these questions.

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Keynote speaker

Prof. Dr. Wayne Visser

One of the world’s Top 10 most influential faculty thinkers and a top 100 sustainability leader.
Topic:

Thriving – the breakthrough movement to regenerate nature, society and the economy

After 35 years of sustainable development, are we closer or further away from regenerating nature, society and the economy? Dr. Visser will talk about moving:

– From breakdown to breakthrough: How does the science of thriving help us understand global systems change?

– From solutions to synergies: How does innovation happen on the journey to thriving?

– From inspiration to integration: How can companies practically implement thriving?

– From lagging to leading: What does leadership look like in a world transitioning to thriving?

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Keynote speaker

Dr. Julia Wolny

Dr Julia Wolny is a professor in Digital Innovation and Responsible Experience Design at EADA Business School Barcelona and Director of the Postgraduate Program in Sustainable Transformation.
Topic:

Designing responsibility into circular experiences

What is the role of experience design in the transition towards circularity? Circular economy models, thus far, focus mainly on materials and resources with limited consideration of the customer experience design and its market consequences. To make this connection organisations must design experiences to give users an opportunity to be responsible throughout their involvement with a service or product. Drawing on research and examples, I will explore three ways in which responsibility can be applied to experience design practice through (1) communication, (2) care and (3) optimisation.

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Keynote speaker

Dr. Katherine Whalen

Researcher in Sustainable Business @ RISE Research Institutes of Sweden and creator of In the Loop, the first circular economy board game. Host of the top-ranking circular economy podcast Getting in the Loop.
Topic:

Winning at complexity: Using games to create a circular economy

With increasing threats to the climate and resource disruptions, adopting circular economy thinking is now more important than ever before. Yet, getting people to engage with circular economy can be a challenge. For educators, teaching it isn’t easy – circular economy is a complex topic that spans many disciplines. For companies, implementing it isn’t easy – circular economy essentially requires rethinking how to do business. What to do?

Games to the rescue! Drawing from research as well as Katherine’s experience leading 100+ game-based circular economy workshops, this presentation explores the different types of games needed to create a circular economy. You’ll also discover the common pitfalls people make with circular economy games so you can avoid them.

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Panels

Educator Panel

Topic: The learning impact of game-based learning in Supply Chain Management courses

Moderator:Corine van der Sloot

Panelist:Dr. Rajiv Aserkar

Panelist:Kaushik Ghatak

Panelist:Ashish Mendiratta

Expert Panel Sustainability Into Action

Topic: Juggling the 3Ps

Moderator:Noah Schaul

Panelist:Dr. Denyse Julien

Panelist:Prof. Dr. Andrea Sordi

Panelist:Peter van Grinsven

Educator Panel

Topic: What’s Next in the 'New Normal'?

Moderator:Felisa Preciado Higgins, Ph.D.

Panelist:Björn Claes

Panelist:Prof. Igor Lopes

Panelist:Oliver Ntjenje

Panelist:Dr. Christopher A. Boone

Speakers, Moderators & Panelists

More speakers will be announced!

Dr. Andre Kreie

TOPIC Supply Chain Education in Sub-Saharan Africa
Learn more about Dr. Andre Kreie

Prof. Dr. Andrea Sordi

PANELIST Expert panel sustainability into action: Juggling the 3Ps
Learn more about Prof. Dr. Andrea Sordi

Aicha Manuela-Martijn

TOPIC Best Practises from Data Analytics courses
Learn more about Aicha Manuela-Martijn

Ashish Mendiratta

PANELIST Educator panel: The learning impact of game-based learning in Supply Chain Management courses
Learn more about Ashish Mendiratta

Björn Claes

PANELIST Educator Panel Part I & II: What’s Next in the New Normal?
Learn more about Björn Claes

Christiaan de Goeij

TOPIC Does everyone win in Supply Chain Finance?
Learn more about Christiaan de Goeij

Dr. Christopher A. Boone

PANELIST Educator Panel Part I & II: What’s Next in the New Normal?
Learn more about Dr. Christopher A. Boone

Chuck Nemer

TOPIC Key to success with game-based learning: Best practices with Chuck and Tracy
Learn more about Chuck Nemer

Corine van der Sloot

TOPIC Opening, workshop, and moderator
Learn more about Corine van der Sloot

Dr. Denyse Julien

PANELIST Expert panel sustainability into action: Juggling the 3Ps
Learn more about Dr. Denyse Julien

Ed Weenk MSc PDEng

TOPIC Masterclass: how to get the richest and most engaging in-class Value Chain experience for your students
TOPIC Masterclass: how to get the richest and most engaging in-class Circular Economy experience for your students
Learn more about Ed Weenk MSc PDEng

Egge Haak

TOPIC Data Analytics Hands On and Lessons from Experiential Teaching of Data Analytics
TOPIC Business Game Reveal: The Triple Connection
Learn more about Egge Haak

Felisa Preciado Higgins, Ph.D.

MODERATOR Educator Panel Part I & II: What’s Next in the New Normal?
Learn more about Felisa Preciado Higgins, Ph.D.

Gaby Neumann

TOPIC Best Practises from Data Analytics courses
Learn more about Gaby Neumann

Dr. Hans van der Drift

TOPIC S&OP competency development: the power of simulation
Learn more about Dr. Hans van der Drift

Prof. Igor Lopes

PANELIST Educator Panel Part I & II: What’s Next in the New Normal?
Learn more about Prof. Igor Lopes

Jan Jansen

TOPIC The European Forum of Logistics Education, who we are and what we do
Learn more about Jan Jansen

Luca M. Gelsomino Ph.D.

TOPIC Nexus supplier: why looking at your suppliers is not enough anymore
Learn more about Luca M. Gelsomino Ph.D.

Dr. Kaushik Ghatak

PANELIST Educator panel: The learning impact of game-based learning in Supply Chain Management courses
Learn more about Dr. Kaushik Ghatak

Khan Muhammad Saqiful Alam

TOPIC Lessons from Experiential Teaching of Data Analytics
Learn more about Khan Muhammad Saqiful Alam

Kirill Chelombitko

Learn more about Kirill Chelombitko

Nick Vyas

TOPIC The Future Outlook of Global Supply Chain 2025
Learn more about Nick Vyas

Noah Schaul

MODERATOR Expert panel sustainability into action: Juggling the 3Ps
Learn more about Noah Schaul

Oliver J. Ntenje

PANELIST Educator Panel Part I & II: What’s Next in the New Normal?
Learn more about Oliver J. Ntenje

Peter van Grinsven

PANELIST Expert panel sustainability into action: Juggling the 3Ps
Learn more about Peter van Grinsven

Prof. Dr. Ir. Pieter Klapwijk

TOPIC Deep-Tier-Supply-Chain-Finance
Learn more about Prof. Dr. Ir. Pieter Klapwijk

Dr. Rajiv Aserkar

PANELIST Educator panel: The learning impact of game-based learning in Supply Chain Management courses
Learn more about Dr. Rajiv Aserkar

Tracy L. Cheetham

TOPIC Key to success with game-based learning: Best practices with Chuck and Tracy
Learn more about Tracy L. Cheetham

Conference program March 30th, 2022

The program is now available!

The program for March 30th, 2022 is now available! Some updates may still occur, so keep an eye on new additions and time slot changes.
Get an impression of what to expect by watching the video below

 

Inchainge Connect 2022

30 March 2022

Morning Program (Block 1)

all times are according to Amsterdam time zone / UTC+2
8:00 AM
The EdTech Revolution in Higher Education - Accelerating Value Chain Excellence & a Sustainable Future with game-based learning
SPEAKER: Corine van der Sloot
8:30 AM
Educator Panel
The learning impact of game-based learning in Supply Chain Management courses
MODERATOR: Corine van der SlootSPEAKERS: Rajiv AserkarKaushik GhatakAshish Mendiratta
9:00 AM
Keynote
Creativity is intelligence having fun - Innovative learning in 2030
KEYNOTE: Eveline van Zeeland, PhD
9:45 AM
Supply Chain Education in Sub-Saharan Africa
SPEAKER: Andre Kreie
10:15 AM
Keynote
Thriving – the breakthrough movement to regenerate nature, society and the economy
KEYNOTE: Prof. Dr. Wayne Visser
11:00 AM
Deep-Tier-Supply-Chain-Finance
SPEAKER: Pieter Klapwijk
11:45 AM
Winning at complexity: Using games to create a circular economy
KEYNOTE: Katherine Whalen
12:30 PM
Multi-Track Breakouts
Interactive workshop: Experience Supply Chain Game, The Fresh Connection
SPEAKER: Corine van der Sloot
Interactive workshop: Experience Circular Economy Business Game, The Blue Connection
SPEAKER: Kirill Chelimbitko
Data Analytics Hands On (Certified Educators only)
SPEAKER: Egge Haak

Afternoon Program (Block 2)

all times are according to Amsterdam time zone / UTC+2
1:30 PM
Keynote
Game over for Education as we know it?
KEYNOTE: Prof. Dr. Sara de Freitas
2:15 PM
Multi-Track Breakouts
Does everyone win in Supply Chain Finance?
SPEAKER: Christiaan de Goeij
The European Forum of Logistics Education, who we are and what we do
SPEAKER: Jan Jansen
3:00 PM
Best Practices from Data Analytics courses
SPEAKERS: Gaby NeumannAicha Manuela-Martijn
3:45 PM
SPECIAL PREMIERE & INTRODUCTION EXPERT PANEL SUSTAINABILITY INTO ACTION
Product Reveal of New Sustainability Business Game: The Triple Connection
SPEAKER: Egge Haak
4:15 PM
EXPERT PANEL SUSTAINABILITY INTO ACTION
Juggling the 3Ps
MODERATOR: Noah SchaulPANELISTS: Dr. Denyse JulienProf. Dr. Andrea SordiPeter van Grinsven
5:00 PM
KEYNOTE
Designing responsibility into circular experiences
KEYNOTE: Julia Patrycja Wolny
5:45 PM
Multi-Track Breakouts
Lessons from Experiential Teaching of Data Analytics
SPEAKERS: Saqif KhanEgge Haak

Evening Program (Block 3)

all times are according to Amsterdam time zone / UTC+2
6:30 PM
Keynote
Nexus supplier: why looking at your suppliers is not enough anymore
SPEAKER: Luca Gelsomino
7:15 PM
Multi-Track Breakouts
Masterclass: how to get the richest and most engaging in-class Value Chain experience for your students
SPEAKER: Ed Weenk
Interactive workshop: Experience Business Gaming with The Cool Connection
SPEAKER: Kirill Chelombitko
8:15 PM
EDUCATOR PANEL
Panel Part I (introduction Panelists): What’s Next in the New Normal?
MODERATOR: Felisa Preciado HigginsPANELISTS: Bjorn ClaesOliver NtenjeChristopher BooneIgor Lopez
S&OP competency development: the power of simulation
SPEAKER: Dr. Hans van der Drift
8:45 PM
Multi-Track Breakouts
EDUCATOR PANEL
Panel Part II (Discussion & Interaction audience): What’s Next in the New Normal?
MODERATOR: Felisa Preciado HigginsPANELISTS: Bjorn ClaesOliver NtenjeChristopher BooneIgor Lopez
Multi-Track Breakouts
Masterclass: how to get the richest and most engaging in-class Circular Economy experience for your students
SPEAKER: Ed Weenk
9:45 PM
Keynote
Supply, Demand, and Consumption: How to respond to tomorrow’s supply chain disruptions
SPEAKER: Daniel Stanton
10:30 PM
Key to success with game-based learning: Best practices with Chuck and Tracy
MODERATOR: Corine van der SlootSPEAKERS: Chuck NemerTracy L. Cheetham
11:15 PM
The Future Outlook of Global Supply Chain 2025
SPEAKER: Nick Vyas
11:45 PM
Networking
12:15 AM
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