mSE Executive Network

The C4mSE Executive Network is a business network of seasoned and visionary leaders who have left their marks on Supply Chain as a result from their professional work in industry, consulting or academia.

The fuel that drives c4mSE, our communality is the conviction of the crucial importance of mSE’s domain “Digital Supply Chain Management end-to-end” on the one hand, but also the strong belief in mSE’s strength, unique differentness and the value that this can contribute to corporations.

Keep mSE’s thought leadership ahead of the game. Burst awareness in the SC community. Leverage and expand practical value. This is the joint mission of mSE and our c4mSE-mEMBERS!


Dr. Wolfgang Partsch

Inventor of the Supply Chain and previously Chairman of the Global Supply Chain Network of a big four firm.

Dr. Wolfgang Partsch is a pioneer in Supply Chain Management and an internationally recognized thought leader in this field. In his 40+ years career as consultant, he has played a key role in the development of many innovative Supply Chain concepts. He has a great deal of experience in integrating and coordinating the entire Supply Chain on an international basis with over one hundred major projects in about 20 countries around the world leading to performance and profit improvements of several billions of Euros. He was and is a »Trusted Advisor« for many Presidents and CEOs, who are seeking his views and judgements for complex operational issues within entire Supply Chains (e2e).

Klaus Wenger

Previous Vice President of one of the leading Software Vendors in Supply Chain

Klaus Wenger spent most of his time in the Supply Chain industry helping industry leaders identifying and resolving critical issues in their supply chains in order to continuously achieve or exceed their business objectives. His experience is spanned across all industries from manufacturing to wholesale/distribution to retail and includes all aspects of the supply chain from planning to execution. He held several executive roles with the leading software vendors i2 Technologies and JDA where he developed and managed their businesses in Central-, Eastern- and Northern Europe as well as in Russia. During this time Klaus built a strong network with industry executives and other members of the Supply Chain community such as IT vendors, consultants, system integrators, investors etc. which he can leverage in his current advisory roles.


Professor of the Practice of Management of Production, Technology & Operations Management Department & MBA Academic Director at IESE Business School

Professor Joan Jané is a recognized expert in Supply Chain Management both in the academic and management fields. Before joining the academy, he developed an executive career of more than 25 years in Supply Chain Management, logistics, planning, procurement and manufacturing at Hewlett-Packard and HP Inc., leading executive positions in EMEA and globally. His areas of expertise in teaching and research at IESE Business School are digitally enabled Supply Chains, innovation in e2e global Supply Chain Management, Industry 4.0 and 3D printing. In addition to the MBA program, he is also the academic director of customs programs for senior leaders of global corporations. He has published articles, cases, and books in the field of Supply Chain Management where he also plays a role as strategic consultant and member of advisory boards.

Dr. Martin Christopher

Emeritus Professor of Marketing & Logistics, Cranfield School of Management, Cranfield University, UK

Martin Christopher has been at the forefront of the development of new thinking in logistics and supply chain management for almost fifty years.  His contribution to the theory and practice of logistics and supply chain management is reflected in the many international awards that he has received. His published work is widely cited by other scholars and has influenced many practitioners.

At Cranfield School of Management, one of the world’s premier business schools, Martin Christopher helped build the Centre for Logistics, Supply Chain Management and Procurement into a leading centre of excellence. Under his leadership the Centre became one of the foremost focal points for innovative teaching and research in logistics and supply chain management.  Now, after leading the Centre for over twenty years, Martin Christopher has become an Emeritus Professor.