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Visual Spend Analytics – Take Your Spend Analysis to the Next Level
Szervező: Purchasing Magazine
Dátum: január 27.
Join this webcast and interactive demo to learn how using visual analytics can help you:
? Accelerate the spend analysis process
? Analyze data using multiple dimensions and measures
? Enhance communication through visualization
? Quickly identify opportunities and compliance issues
? Bring more spend under management
? Easily utilize throughout all levels of your organization
This webcast will feature live Q&A with the speakers after the demo, so invite your colleagues and come prepared with questions!
Supply Chain 2010: Be Prepared
Dátum: február 3.
As economists and financial analysts suggest that the global economy is moving towards recovery, the focus is very much on operational and strategic initiatives that will help to position the enterprise for the upturn. Visibility, collaboration and control across the global supply chain are key, and successful strategies in these areas are separating the industry leaders from the laggards. Those embracing these principles, alongside intelligent risk management, innovation in supplier relations and enhanced customer service are in pole position to sustain and grow profitability in 2010 and beyond.
So how should forward thinking supply chain and procurement leaders respond and develop a balanced strategy that caters for growth and enhanced market share whilst mitigating the risk of a protracted recovery?
Join Kevin O’Marah, Group Vice President Supply Chain Research, Gartner Research, Martin Christopher, Emeritus Professor of Marketing & Logistics, Cranfield University and Mark Woodward, President and CEO, E2open, for this global webinar dedicated to the top strategies for ensuring a healthy, profitable 2010. Drawing on extensive analyst research and years of supply chain experience with industry leaders including Dell, IBM, and Vodafone, Kevin, Martin and Mark will offer cant-miss insights on the future of supply chain-and how to make sure your company remains ahead of the curve.
Continuous Improvement & the Learning Organisation: Collaborating to hit top gear
Szervező: Blom Consultancy, Competitive Capabilities International
Dátum: február 11.
How far on the Continuous Improvement journey has your company travelled in order to achieve World Class Manufacturer status?
We bet it’s not as far as you would like.
There are 4 speed and sustainability settings a manufacturing organisation can employ on the Continuous Improvement journey towards World Class Manufacturer status:
Setting 1: Expert Based: Learn as you go
Most manufacturers are at this stage. The Continuous Improvement journey has begun, but many experts have been employed from many CI disciplines with no centralised method for management or measurement.
Multiple plants means multiple experts and this is expensive. Progress is very slow and inconsistent.
Setting 2: Codified: Functional excellence
The organisation has documented some CI processes, but not all of them. It is not a holistic system and is open to interpretation.
Progress is still slow, but there are marginal cost improvements.
Setting 3: Systemised: Organisational excellence
All CI processes are documented and a more holistic system exists within individual plants but not across multiple plants.
Progress is much faster and costs are decreasing.
Setting 4: Collaborative: Learning organisation
All CI processes are centrally managed and exist not only between shifts but between different plants. All members of the organisation learn from each other and contribute to the success of the business.
This is the fastest speed setting, and there are exponential cost savings.
Naturally every company would like to be at Setting 4, but not many get there.
|Ton Aerdts, |
Chief Executive Officer
|John de Poot, |
Continuous Improvement Leader Supply Chain – Európa
|Kevin Whelan, |
SVP Európa és Latin-Amerika
In this webinar Ton Aerdts from Blom Consultancy will be joined by Kevin Whelan from Competitive Capabilities International and John de Poot from HJ Heinz. They will discuss the need for manufacturers to move towards a single system that not only allows intra-organisational standardisation of CI processes but also regional flexibility, and the ability to develop a collaborative, learning organisation.
John de Poot will focus on Heinz’s recent moves to implement such a system across more than 65 sites globally – starting with four pilot sites in North America, the UK, the Netherlands, Spain and Italy. He will outline the decision making process employed by the company when implementing a global management process, and show how the company is bucking the recession-led trend for contraction by investing in their plants, their processes and, importantly, their people.