ASCI Roundtable Series: Issues affecting supply chain management| QLD (1/2 CPD pt)
Top issues affecting Supply Chain Management
Join the Queensland ASCI Community for a keynote followed by a round table to address what's affecting supply chain mangement.
James ScotlandM. Int. Mgt., G.A.I.C.D., F.I.L.M
James is currently engaged by The Australian Industry Group (AiG) and the Federal Department of Industry, Innovation and Science as national Supply Chain facilitator, James’ role is to assist and enable SMEs to prepare for, and to access Global Supply Chains. Current clients include Volvo Group Australia, Shell QGC, Bustech Australia and the Australian Organics industry. The focus of the role is in the digital integration along and across the supply chain continuum.
James has management consulting experience, corporate trainer with companies such as BHP and Rio Tinto and CEO of a Vocational Training organisation at University of Southern Queensland, Toowoomba.
Prior, James was Group Regional Manager, Mayne Nickless Express Freight Group (now Toll) based in Darwin after a career in many roles across the organisation. These roles were 3PL operations, including running 24-hour operations of air freight, road freight and couriers, and included building relationships with clients and working across organisational silos with clients and within Mayne Nickless.
In NT, James was Chairman of the International Business Council (IBC), Chairman of Australian Industry Defence Network (AIDN-NT), board member of the NT Chamber of Commerce and Industry (NTCCI), Chairman of the Oil & Gas network and President of the Australian Institute of Management NT (AIM-NT).
The take aways from this session will form future topics for the ASCI Networking Breakfast Series into 2019/2020.
- 7.30am Registration and Breakfast
- 8.00 ASCI Update
- 8.10 Keynote from James Scotland
- Q&A Roundtable discussion
- 9.30 Close
Who should attend?
- VPs and Directors
- Supply Chain Managers
- Procurement Managers
- Logistics Managers
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Free for ASCI Members
$25 for Non Members
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