ASCI is currently accepting Expressions of Interest for ASCI Members wishing to join our Industry Risk Committee. If you are interested email firstname.lastname@example.org outlining your supply chain experience and an overview on what you can bring to the committee.
These Expressions of Interest will be reviewed and you will be contacted with further instructions once reviewed.
Mark Skrzypiec (Chair)
With 15 years of experience driving operational excellence across supply chain and logistics operations in the B2C and B2B sectors, I offer proven success in building competitive differentiation and customer-orientation.
Recognised for innovation through the receipt of a number of Industry Excellence Awards, I strive to create and continually evolve supply chain and logistics functions to create value in terms of top and bottom line impact. From product to fulfillment, I optimise process, compliance, governance and reporting to drive productivity and efficiency while enabling the delivery of bigger picture priorities including digitization, automation and new ways of working. By always asking ‘why’ and being open to change, I build advantage through first-of-a-kind solutions while ensuring seamless delivery of customer promises.
Key career highlights include enabling Novis’ growth agenda by leading a comprehensive ISO 9001 accreditation process and leading a full transformation of the De’Longhi supply chain that returned significant value back to the bottom line. Most recently, I have set up two greenfield distribution facilities for Miele, while implementing new processes including cloud-based digital applications to create a customer-centered, award-winning logistics function in full alignment with the organisation’s premium brand promise.
Linda Venables (Committee Secretary)
Energetic, a personable executive with 30+ years’ international, cross-functional experience building and leading teams and delivering positive business outcomes and change.
Passionate about partnering with integrity, internally and with external customers and service/vendor partners - and defining and delivering ‘win-win’ solutions that create new value.
Able to inspire a healthy culture with high levels of engagement - known and recognised as a ‘values-based’ leader.
Strong business development and B2B relationship experience, skilled in Transformation, including mergers, acquisition and divestment, Negotiation, Operations and Change Management, Retail and FMCG, Logistics and Supply Chain.
Michel is a Planner by nature, passionate about Sustainability and Continuous Improvements in Supply Chain Management. Having worked in many industries and updated his knowledge regularly by attending Industry leading schools and courses he is motivated by challenging assignments and working outside his comfort zone.
Dr Sanjoy Paul is currently working as a Lecturer in Operations and Operations Supply chain at the University of Technology Sydney. He has obtained his PhD from the University of New South Wales. Before joining at UTS, he worked as a postdoctoral fellow at RMIT University. Dr Paul has published many academic and media articles and reports based on his extensive research on supply chain risk management, applied operations research, and intelligent decision making. He has many academic and industry collaborations around the world. Dr Paul has received several awards in his career, including Excellence in Early Career Research Award from the UTS Business School, the Stephen Fester prize for the most outstanding thesis from UNSW, high impact publications award for publishing articles in top-tier journals, and several university scholarships for outstanding results in undergraduate and postgraduate level.
An experienced supply chain professional with additional expertise in demand planning, procurement planning, project management, quality assurance and LEAN. With the ability to develop end to end supply chain solutions for diverse environments in conjunction with proven RFX & comprehensive costing and estimation skills leading to improved project/production efficiency.