Tue, Apr 25|
From Napkin to Prototype to Scale, an Innovation and Supply Chain Discussion
Galen Data is pleased to present: From Napkin to Prototype to Scale, an Innovation and Supply Chain Discussion
Time & Location
Apr 25, 2023, 1:00 PM EDT
About the Event
You’ve got a great idea down on a piece of paper, but what next? How are you going to bring that idea to fruition?
In this webinar, Galen Data is pleased to be joined by Jim Warren, Business Unit Director of Jabil Healthcare. Jabil is the largest manufacturer of medical devices in the world and Jim is a team member at the forefront of their medical device product pipeline. During our discussion, we will detail bringing a medical device from concept to market, and key considerations while on that journey. We will learn the importance of understanding the true costs associated with creating a supply chain and manufacturing strategy, and thoughts on how to maximize your return on invested capital.
- What is the real cost behind creating your medical device?
- What are some the real-world supply chain challenges you will be facing immediately and over the next 3 years?
- How to plan for after your prototype.
- How does a company like Jabil evaluate partnering opportunities and support the medical device innovation ecosystem
JABIL HEALTHCARE BUSINESS UNIT DIRECTOR
Jim Warren joined Jabil in 1998 after graduating from the University of Florida with a Finance and Economics degree and continues his education with ASQ as a Black Belt. Jim started as a Manager in Training, as part of the Jabil Emerging Leaders (JEL) Development program. During his time in the JEL program Jim was rotated through cross-functional positions in Operations, Inventory Control, Supply Chain, Planning, Workcell Management, Design, Quality and Business Development in our St. Petersburg, FL Manufacturing site. The JEL program provided Jim experiential learning of our core competencies that serve as the foundation for his ability to create differentiated solutions for his customers. After completing the JEL program Jim transitioned into a Supply Chain Development role in 2005.