The COVID-19 pandemic has shown us how vulnerable supply chains are across sectors and industries. Perhaps the significant contribution of the supply chain functions to minimise the social and economic impact of the pandemic can not be ignored.
The recovery period is the focus at the very moment, as we converged here for the supply chain management strategies summit - It is essential to address some strategies to adopt technology that has the proven capability to help build resilience and stronger supply chains post COVID-19.
This presentation is centred around the strategies to adopt blockchain technology in the supply chain.
Salisu is a Procurement and Supply Chain leader and Blockchain technology adoption researcher and strategies with diverse experiences covering the defense, finance, oil and gas and technology within Africa, Middle East and the UK.
He’s currently a researcher at the University of Strathclyde working on the adoption of Blockchain technology in the oil and gas supply chain and a Commercial and Procurement Consultant with Evolve Commercial LTD UK.
Prior to that, Salisu has managed to greater heights the most ambitious Supply Chain firm in Nigeria (NatQuest Limited) both as Managing Partner and Global Supply chain consultant. NatQuest focuses on advisory, assurance and technology consulting around people, learning, supply chain and technology.
Salisu is a fellow of the Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply (CIPS) UK and the Chartered Institute of Risk Management, member of Council of Supply Chain Management Professional (CSCMP) USA, Chartered Management Institute (CMI) UK and the International Society for Professional Innovation Management.
Salisu hold a BSc (Hons) Accounting, MSc Procurement and Supply Chain from Aberdeen Business School, RGU, UK, SAP/TERP10 from University of Duisburg-Essen Germany and a PhD (in view) at the University of Strathclyde Glasgow UK.