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Tools for Success: Developing a Demand-Driven Supply Chain Strategy

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Category Demand-Driven Supply Chain Strategy, demand-driven supply chain management, supply chain operations, how to develop a demand-driven supply chain strategy, supply chain planning and replenishment process, supply chain operations

Deadline: March 28, 2018 | Date: March 28, 2018

Venue/Country: Fremont, California, U.S.A

Updated: 2018-03-08 20:50:44 (GMT+9)

Call For Papers - CFP

Description

Many manufacturing and distribution companies are moving from the traditional 'forecast push MRP' to demand-driven supply chain management (SCM). Demand-driven SCM is an 'end-to-end' supply chain planning and replenishment process that enables companies to achieve their planned service levels from up to half the average level of inventory and requiring significantly less throughput capacity - irrespective of the level of demand volatility or lead-time length.

Objectives of the Presentation

Learn how supply chain management fits in the overall strategy of the firm

Assess the firm's current strategic position in supply chain operations and reframe current supply chain operations to align with the firm's objectives

Understand the key elements of demand sensing and forecasting, demand shaping, and demand response and operations

Understand how to develop a demand-driven supply chain strategy and how this strategy integrates with corporate strategy

Why Should you Attend

As supply chain executives become more instrumental in supporting long-term strategic objectives, they need to complement traditional supply chain operational knowledge with a more strategic view of their role in delivering aligned results to the business. Learn about different lenses of strategic planning applied to supply chain management and the specific implications for supply chain operations.

In this webinar speaker Carol Ptak will describe how Demand-driven SCM is an 'end-to-end' supply chain planning and replenishment process that enables companies to achieve their planned service levels from up to half the average level of inventory and requiring significantly less throughput capacity - irrespective of the level of demand volatility or lead-time length.

Areas Covered

Strategic frameworks for logistics and supply chain management

Demand-Driven Supply Chain (DDSC): definition and core components

Why Demand-Driven SCM?

Core operating processes: demand sensing and forecasting, demand shaping; alignment and Commercial/operational strategies, demand response and supply chain operations

Developing a demand driven supply chain strategy and integration with corporate strategy

Why aren't we already using demand-driven SCM?

Who will Benefit

Operations managers

Production managers

Planners - purchasing and manufacturing

Master schedulers

Director of operations

CEO, president, vice president

Purchasing agent

Logistics & supply chain Personal

Business development

Inventory Planners

Planner/Buyers

S&OP Process Participants

Inventory and Warehouse/Distribution Managers

Warehouse/Distributor associates

Manufacturing personnel

For Registration

https://www.onlinecompliancepanel.com/webinar/Tools-for-Success-Developing-a-Demand-Driven-Supply-Chain-Strategy-504529/MARCH-2018-ES-OURGLOCAL

Note: Use Promo Code YDEZ6H and get 10% off on registration (Valid till MARCH 31st 2018)


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