4th Supply Chain & SC Risk Management Seminar Barcelona 2012
25th & 26th October – Hotel Confortel Barcelona
The SC & SCRM Seminar 2012
“Effective Management in a Time of Crisis”
Organisations and their Supply Chain’s face increasing risks from threats including surging prices, natural disasters, changing legal regulations and globalisation while still under pressure to respond and find growth and progression in new markets.
Over the last 4 years, the SCRM Seminar has dedicated the 2-Day event in providing many of the world’s leading organizations with a platform to find real “in-process” solutions to their specific Supply Chain Risk Management issues, from expert practitioners and End-Users.
Since the first edition in 2008 we have routinely asked for your valued feedback and this year we are reshaping the seminar to incorporate one full day dedicated to General Supply Chain Management issues and a second full day to Supply Chain Risk Management challenges. We trust that this change in format will provide a greater spectrum for discussion and solutions in this strategic 2-Day international event.
Avnet Velocity // Global Vice President // Douglas Kent
Cisco // VP Supply Chain Operations // Johan Jemdahl
Johnson & Johnson // Senior Director, Supply Chain Risk Management // Joanne Jaeger
Diageo // Managing Director Global Supply Chain // Ivanka Janssen
Sony // Risk & Insurance Manager Europe // Carlo Giannini
SAP // Global Lead SCM Marketing // Andres Botero
World Economic Forum // Head of Supply Chain & Transport Industry // Sean Doherty
Vodafone // Supplier Relationship Manager // Garry Clamp
Kraft // Procurement Director Chocolates // Thomas Gehring
Alstom Powers // Supply Chain Performance Director // Patrick Scholler
TAPA EMEA // Executive Director // Laurence Brown
Willis // Practice Leader ERM – Global Markets // Tom Teixeira
Toyota // Purchasing General Manager, Projects & Strategy Planning // Guillaume Jacques
Philips // Senior Director Supply Chain Philips Professional Luminaires EMEA // Erwin Klijn
Achilles // Director Global Business Development // Luis Olivié
Who should attend?
Chief Supply Chain Officers, Global Heads of Supply Chain, Senior Operations Executives, Heads of Supply Chain, Demand Planning, Sourcing, Logistics & Procurement, Supply Chain IT Executives & other related areas.
Key Issues Will Include
Supply Chain Management
Supply Chain Risk Management
- - New Models for Supply Chain Risk
- - SCRM as an Integral Part of Product Design
- - Managing Risk in the Supply Chain
- - Re-engineering State of the Art SC Security Blueprint Driven by Close Industry Collaborations
- - Supply Chain Disruption: Japan´s Tsunami business case
- - Extending Supply Chain Risk Management beyond tier 1
- - From Supplier Risk Management to Community Supply Chain Risk Management
- - Innovative Techniques for Assessing Supply Chain Risk
- - An Introduction to TAPA
Agenda 25th & 26th October
Day 1 (25th October) SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT
08:30 – 09:00 REGISTRATION
09:00 – 09:10 CHAIR INTRODUCTION
09:10 – 10:00 CHAIR KEYNOTE PRESENTATION
Capitalizing on Complexity – Reducing Multi-tier Supply Risk (Avnet / Event Chair)
Today’s supply chain ecosystem is more complex than ever. For most analysts, the forward-looking view remains consistent – this complexity is in fact the new “norm”. Rather than exercising expensive attempts to reduce the complexity, many organizations are accepting the fact that the opportunity resides on capitalizing on it rather than attempting to reduce it, which has proven limited in its impact. This presentation will focus on understanding the complexity that exists and applying three techniques to capitalize on it:
- Fully understanding the cost-to-serve across the entire supply chain in order to make tough decisions regarding suppliers, products, customers
- Extending the S&OP process through multiple tiers to ensure the critical information transparency is provided and the feedback loops are solid
-Building a multi-echelon control tower approach in order to not only command and control the supply chain – but provide predictability by sensing and responding to how the market conditions change.
Douglas Kent / Global Vice President / Avnet Velocity
10:00 – 10:45 END-USER KEYNOTE SESSION (Kraft)
Delivering Sustainable Profitable Growth through the Supply Chain
Example #1 Driving growth through innovation
A new approach led by Procurement has yielded over $100MM incremental net revenue by leveraging supplier innovation across our business units. The model includes the appointment of dedicated Procurement Innovation Managers to Marketing/R&D innovation teams to drive companywide partnerships and makes it possible to assess innovative ideas from suppliers quickly and efficiently, decide whether to pursue them and prioritise projects. The resulting collaborative relationship is driving supplier contribution to company’s revenue growth.
Example #2 Driving growth through collaboration
The project team successfully consolidated a diverse portfolio of bespoke and country specific displays into a sustainable modular display system with a limited number of reusable core components. The highly flexible, cost-effective system enables us to create country and channel specific display solutions that can be tailored to a retailer’s exact in-store requirements. To ensure maximum benefit the concept will supported by automated e-tools for assembly and ordering and is being rolled out as mandatory tool across across all business categories and all EU countries.
Thomas Gehring / Procurement Director Chocolates / Kraft
10:45 – 11:15 COFFEE & NETWORKING
11:15 – 12:15 BRONZE PARTNER SESSION (SAP)
The Real-Time Supply Chain
Trends and Drivers Impacting Supply Chains and the Processes That Help Them Run Better
To compete and win in a market that leaves little room for error requires innovative ideas and processes. Organizations are challenged to create a new supply network model, where silos are broken down and collaboration exists between internal and external partners across the supply network.
This presentation explores the most prevalent trends and drivers – such as globalization, fluctuating economies, global brands, social networks and the need for sustainability – impacting supply chain executives. You will learn how these trends are shaping the supply chain of the future –and the SAP roadmap- in the areas of enterprise business planning, demand sensing, network collaboration, responsive planning and supply chain execution. Finally, this presentation provides insight into critical analytics every supply chain executive will need at their fingertips in order to succeed and thrive in a precarious business climate.
Andres Botero / Global Lead SCM Marketing / SAP
12:15 – 12:30 QUICK FIRE ROUND-UP
12:30 – 14:30 WORKING LUNCHEON
2:30 – 3:15 END USER PRESENTATION (Vodafone)
Supplier Management – The Vodafone Way
* Overview of Vodafone’s supplier management 2.0 programme
* Engagement and governance
* Tools to support collaboration
* Recognising and rewarding success
Garry Clamp / Supplier Relationship Manager / Vodafone
3:15 – 4:00 STRATEGIC PRESENTATION & CASE STUDY (Alstom)
Sourcing blade material for turbines, a case study on an end-to-end approach to supply chain optimisation.
* How unit independence fragments the business?
* How an end to end approach coupled with standardization and consolidation tactics can make difference?
* The benefits on inventory and costSourcing raw material to manufacture all sorts of turbine blades in multiple factories, can lead to a totally sub-optimal situation. An end-to-end approach, standardization, challenging the established engineering rules, clustering material specifications, outsourcing of the non-core competence and collaboration with suppliers can make a tremendous difference in cash and cost management.
Patrick Scholler / Supply Chain Performance Director / Alstom
4:00 – 4:20 COFFEE & NETWORKING
4:20 – 5:05 END USER PRESENTATION (Philips)
Connecting Markets with Operations – the role of S&OP mastering the change of busines
It sounds obvious and as an open door, listening to the market, taking feedback and input of customers in to account and prepare for a flawless delivery of products to your customer. So if this is the case, why is it then so difficult to really connect Markets with Operations and to create an E2E supply chain, 100% delivery score against lowest cost? I guess there are several reasons and the reasons differs per company, per business/segments and probably per country/region. During this Case study Eric-Jan will explain the transfer of Philips Lighting (Professional Lighting Solutions) from conventional to LED configurable products and the impact of having an E2E Supply Chain mastered by a robust & efficient S&OP process.
Topics that will be highlighted are:
Change of Business: impact of LEDification of our business (lead-time, phase in-phase out)Connecting Markets with Operations: our Bilateral meeting approachOne Master plan: Market & Business handshakeDeliver what you Promise: the role of S&OP to collect, process info and support End-2-End decisions makingConfigurable products: how to manage a million product variants component needs.
Erwin Klijn / Senior Director Supply Chain, Philips Professional Luminaires EMEA / Philips Lighting
5:05 – 5:40 CHAIR’S ROUND-UP & KEY FINDINGS
5:40 END OF DAY ______________________________________________________________________________________
Day 2 (26th October) SUPPLY CHAIN RISK MANAGEMENT
09:00 – 09:45 OUTSIDE THE BOX SESSION (W.E.F.)
New Models for Supply Chain Risk
* Frameworks for Global Risk Assessment
* Blueprints for Governing Supply Chain Resilience
* Transparency for Supply Chain Risk Management
Sean Doherty / Head of Supply Chain & Transport Industry / World Economic Forum
09:45 – 10:30 KEYNOTE SESSION (Cisco)
Supply chain risk management as integral part of product design
* 80% of a products supply is defined at the drawing table, that’s where risk management starts
* Supply chain risk management as part of the product development process
* Governance and management of supply chain risk as part of sustaining engineering during the lifecycle of a product
Johan Jemdahl / VP Supply Chain Operations / Cisco
10:30 – 11:00 COFFEE & NETWORKING
11:00 – 11:45 END-USER INTERACTIVE SESSION (Diageo)
Managing Risk in the Supply Chain
Global Supply Chain is the critical connection between Diageo’s customers, sales, marketing and the global supply of Diageo’s brands. In line with Diageo’s growth strategy, we are driven to deliver competitively advantaged customer service in all of Diageo’s markets.In response to Diageo’s priority to become ever closer to our customers, Global Supply Chain’s operating model is structured to enhance our presence and build our capacity in high growth markets.A focus on delivering real outcomes that includes the management of risk enables Supply Chain to maximize Diageo’s performance. Ivanka Janssen discusses how the drinks manufacturer uses the Diageo framework to manage Supply Chain risk, including the implementation of risk mitigation plans, minimizing financial risk and dealing with increased risk and volatility due to economic uncertainties.
Ivanka Janssen / Managing Director Global Supply Chain / Diageo
11:45 – 12:30 CASE STUDY (Sony)
“Re-engineering a state of the art supply chain security blueprint driven by close industry collaborations”*
* Identifying, addressing, transferring and mitigating risk within the supply chain
* The impact of consecutive disasters in the form of an earthquake, flooding and riots
* The impact of constant leakage & daily exposures, impact to brand image & customer satisfaction: just as bad?
* From prevention to recovery: the importance of bouncing back
* Back to the start: Re-engineering a state of the art supply chain security blueprint driven by close industry collaborations
Carlo Giannini / Risk & Insurance Manager Europe / Sony Supply Chain Solutions
12:30 – 2:00 WORKING LUNCHEON
2:00 – 2:45 DUAL EXPERT PRESENTATION (Toyota & Achilles)
“Extending Supply Chain Risk Management beyond Tier 1″
- From Supplier Risk Management to Community Supply Chain Risk Management
* TME current “Predict – Monitor – Cure” Supply Chain Risk Management process
* Learning from recent events – problem identification and counter-measure lead-time is too long
* The way forward – extend SCRM process beyond tier 1
* Achilles Automotive Scheme – the Community Solution
Guillaume Jacques / Purchasing General Manager, Projects & Strategy Planning / Toyota
Luis Olivie / Director Global Business Development / Achilles
2:45 – 3:30 KNOWLEDGE PARTNER (Willis)
Innovative Techniques for assessing Supply Chain Risk
Key points covered;
* Challenges in better understanding risk in today’s supply chains
* Use of technology to improve the assessment of risk
* Presentation of data to support the definition of balanced risk management solutions
* Use of insurance
Tom Teixeira / Practice Leader ERM – Global Markets / Willis
3:30 – 3:45 COFFEE & NETWORKING
3:45 – 4:30 END USER PRESENTATION (Johnson & Johnson)
Johnson & Johnson new approach to Supply Chain Risk Management
* Importance of managing Supply Chain Risks
* J & J Supply Chain Risk Management Roadmap
* Product Risk Assessment Process: Overview
* Site Risk Assessment Process: Overview
* Pulling it Togheter and Tracking Process
Joanne Jaeger / Senior Director, Supply Chain Risk Management / Johnson & Johnson
4:30 – 5:15 TAPA EMEA PRESENTATION (TAPA EMEA)
A brief introduction to TAPA
Observational and anecdotal evidence to identify the risk within the supply chain from a security perspective; The deployment of anticrime practices including TAPA Standards, followed by a challenge to the delegates to ensure they protect their own chain of supply.
Laurence Brown / Executive Director / TAPA EMEA
5:15 CHAIR’S FINAL ROUND-UP & KEY FINDINGS REPORT
17:30 END OF SEMINAR
VENUE: Hotel Confortel Barcelona, (Barcelona).
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