ASCI Networking Breakfast Series: S&OP - Victoria (1/2 CPD point)

7:30am Wednesday, 20 March 2019
9:30am Wednesday, 20 March 2019
Networking Events
Michael Page
19/600 Bourke Street
Melbourne , Victoria 3000
Australia

Supply chain’s role in the S&OP process 

ASCI's Corporate member, Oliver Wight, addresses how supply chain can participate in a mature S&OP process to drive competitive advantage for an organisation.  Key takeaways will be:

  • What are the characteristics of the Supply Review in a mature S&OP process?
  • What are the customer facing attributes that Supply Chain needs to adopt in order to drive competitive advantage?
  • How does this compare to the role that many supply chain groups play in S&OP today?

Keynote speaker

Mike Reed, Partner, Oliver Wight Asia Pacific

Mike combines specialist expertise in strategy management, product and portfolio management and integrated business planning with 25 years hands-on experience working in industry, to deliver change management projects with lasting results. Skilled in Negotiation, Integrated Business Planning, Operations Management, and Supply Chain Optimisation.

Who should attend?

  • ASCI Members and their guests
  • Supply Chain executives
  • Planners and Demand Planners
  • Procurement executives
  • Logistics executives
  • Operations and general managers
  • Students studying APICS and/or supply chain degrees

This event is free for ASCI Members and their guests (remember to log in to view the $0 in the cart). 

This event is proudly support by ASCI Corporate member, Michael Page.

 

 

 

 

 This is proudly supported by ASCI Corporate Member, Michael Page.

 

$25.00 *
$25.00 *
None
* Price includes GST where applicable

Contact Information

 For more information about registration to this event, please contact us via events@asci.org.au.

 

Additional Information

Getting there

There are some on street reasonable 2 hr parking bays on Lonsdale Street and William Street near the venue. Alternatively there are 3 multi story car parks on Little Bourke Street directly behind the venue.