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Maya Bar-Sadeh is Philips Chief Operating Officer (VP) for CT/AMI – Computed Tomography and Advanced Molecular Imaging business.
Through her 18 years’ experience as a multinational, multidisciplinary executive, she has gained a unique perspective on leading large transformations and high-performing teams.
Over the course of her career, Maya has held diverse roles in a variety of industry sectors, including leading flagship programs in the Israeli Air Force and high-tech companies (e.g. HP).
Maya joined Philips in 2018 as director of global product industrialization. Shortly, she was promoted to the position of global Order to Fulfillment Leader for the Computed Tomography and Advanced Molecular Imaging business. Having assumed other roles of increasing responsibility, she was promoted to lead Computerized Tomography and Molecular Imaging's Global Operations and Supply Chain functions. Furthermore, she is part of the Israeli country leadership team and as part of the PRIDE community she leaders the local pride employee resource group and the executive sponser of the Philips PRIDE global team.
Maya holds a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering and a Master’s in Systems Engineering from the Israel Institute of Technology (Technion).

Maya Bar Sadeh ( Bourla Sadeh)

VP Operations and Supply Chain
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English, Hebrew
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Rehovot, Israel
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Can also give an online talk/webinar
Paid only. Contact speaker for pricing!


Women's Role in Shaping Operations and Supply Chains

Leadership, Business Development, Women in Tech, Inspirational, General

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The pivotal role of women in the dynamic fields of operations and supply chain management, emphasizing the imperative of resilience. In today's fast-paced and uncertain business environment, resilience is not merely a desirable trait but a necessity for navigating challenges and driving sustainable success. This lecture will delve into the unique challenges women face in these domains and highlight their remarkable resilience in overcoming barriers, breaking stereotypes, and thriving in leadership roles. Through real-world examples and empirical evidence, I will illustrate how women contribute to the resilience of operations and supply chains by fostering innovation, collaboration, and adaptability. Furthermore, I will explore strategies for cultivating resilience among women professionals, including mentorship, continuous learning, and fostering a supportive organizational culture. By harnessing the power of resilience and championing gender diversity, we can create more resilient, agile, and inclusive operations and supply chains that drive long-term value for organizations and society as a whole.

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Women's Role in Shaping Operations and Supply Chains







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