New Perspectives in Supply Chain
Your Supply Chain is a complex network of nodes, signals, and flows with symbiotic relationships and interdependencies that must be managed flawlessly. This session will start at the "50,000-foot level" by examining how today's rapidly advancing technologies are transforming the entire industry. This session will outline and define the “Profile of a Strategically Relevant Supply Chain”. Learn how the Strategically Relevant Supply Chain has the capability to be flexible, responsive and adaptive which enables supply chain leaders to respond quickly to corporate needs, customer needs and market change.
The Impact of Global Economics
Gain a deeper understanding of the importance of our global economy to align supply chain decisions with finance, strategy, and leadership. You will learn how to make better financial decisions, manage levers, build strategic partnerships, and develop a more effective leadership approach to help guide your organization through globalization, growth, and macroeconomic shocks.
Creating an Omni-Channel Customer Experience
Break your old chain and push past your traditional channel to forge new networks and partnerships across multiple channels to achieve Supply Chain nirvana. Unlock your true supply chain potential and delight your customers with a frictionless and seamless experience. Give your customers what they want, when they want it, where they want it and how they want it – any where, any time, any place.
The Digital Supply Chain
Today, “digital supply chain innovation” are buzzwords. There is no industry-standard definition. It is a craze sweeping across companies - driven by both fear and opportunity. In this module, we share insights that will help drive true digital supply chain innovation which extends past digitization to drive transformation and redefine the status quo.
Supply Chain Analytics - From Cloud to Clarity
Supply Chain leaders don’t fly blind. “Control Towers”, cloud technologies and analytics give them end-to-end supply chain visibility in real time. Clarity allows leaders to see new sources of revenue faster than their competition. The same data analytics could also help identify adverse conditions such as delays, work stoppages or equipment malfunctions. See how Data driven insights and intelligence can come together to paint a complete picture to drive operational excellence across the entire network.
Building Resilient Organizations
Supply Chain networks are constantly evolving, expanding and becoming more complicated. Globalization, product proliferation, super competitors, mergers & acquisitions, outsourcing, and sophisticated new technology have all raised the dependence and inter-dependence of organizations across a supply chain on one another. In response to this new age of complexity, more attention is being placed on building resilient organizations. Learn why the ability to bounce back from disruptive events with minimum disruption to operational effectiveness is critical to your organizations success.
The Green Value Chain
Green initiatives have moved beyond compliance issues into a means of generating value. Learn how implementing green initiatives can raise productivity, enhance customer and supplier relations, support innovation and propel new growth in the emerging value creation model. Participants will also learn why complete transparency with highly connected consumers is a necessity and the “new normal” in the green value chain.
Innovation and Agile Development in a digital age
Learn how to quickly transition from 'plan then execute' to a non-stop cycle of innovation and refinement in Supply Chain work streams. Discuss the risks and rewards of new product/process creation and R&D in the exciting new world of product innovation in a digital age.
Supply Chain Finance
Supply chains are made up of three fundamental flows: products, information, and finances. In this module, you will learn how a company can use its supply chain to fund their organization and use the organization to fund its supply chain. This module focuses on understanding the financial impacts of decisions and the “levers” available to a supply chain professional including measuring what the supply chain achieves so changes are meaningful and sustainable.
Emerging Tech and Trends in Supply Chain Technology
The Internet of Everything supply chain will create new value through enhanced customer experiences, acceleration of innovation to market, better asset utilization, “need for speed” fulfillment requirements, improved employee productivity and reduced redundancies in supply chain and logistics operation. This exciting and fast paced session will allow you to see and experience the future of Supply Chain.
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