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Coca-Cola North America's Journey on Integrated Business Planning Process

The US Bottler-Delivered Business in Coca-Cola North America has transformed itself through complete refranchising of its bottling system, which has led to the need for better collaboration throughout. We have been collectively focused on process design and implementation, along with digitization and automation with flexible and easy-to-use tools with high user adoption in the last couple of years. This will be a multi-year journey with many iterations and an agile approach. During the session, Sara will share some of the early accomplishments and their success factors.

Speaker: Sara Park, Vice President Business Development North America | The Coca-Cola Company

Coca-Cola North America's Journey on Integrated Business Planning Process

The US Bottler-Delivered Business in Coca-Cola North America has transformed itself through complete refranchising of its bottling system, which has led to the need for better collaboration throughout. We have been collectively focused on process design and implementation, along with digitization and automation with flexible and easy-to-use tools with high user adoption in the last couple of years. This will be a multi-year journey with many iterations and an agile approach. During the session, Sara will share some of the early accomplishments and their success factors.

Speaker: Sara Park, Vice President Business Development North America | The Coca-Cola Company

Blockchain Goes Global

It could be argued that blockchain is somewhat boring and overblown; after all, it is just one of many databases, and in many cases, it is not yet very good, very fast or very scalable. However, what blockchain can do, it does very well. When authenticity is critical, blockchain will become transformative, which gets you to things like global clearance, the global supply chain, health care, and aerospace. How will we get there? Senior FedEx senior executive Dale Chrystie thinks it will take an open model to build out the protocols and will require ‘coopetition’ between and across industries and continents.

Speaker: Dale Chrystie, Business Fellow, Blockchain Strategist | FedEx

To Speak Sales: Improving Forecast Accuracy and Better S&OP Process

Hear from Eric Wilson as he covers five common attributes of sales, Forecast Value Added (FVA%) as a tool and how it is measured, collaborative forecasting, and overall how to improve forecast accuracy for a better S&OP process.

Speaker: Eric Wilson, Director of Business Planning | Escalade Sports

The Future Factory: Smart Manufacturing

Smart manufacturing is about helping people do their jobs better, and it is important to understand how this will affect businesses and people. There will be a competence shift that represents a big challenge for leadership. Smart manufacturing is realized through continuous improvement as well as case-driven innovation. The change is driven in three dimensions, making the factory automated, connected and intelligent. It is when we combine these three elements that smart manufacturing is created, moving toward a fully data-driven environment. Connectivity leveraged on 5G technology provides the mobility, security, availability and reliability needed to realize smart manufacturing. This session will focus on the three dimensions of smart manufacturing—automation, connectivity and intelligence—and how these will impact the manufacturing industry and people as they work to support and respond to customer and business demands.

Speaker: Matthias Lidén, Vice President Supply Americas | Ericsson

Engineering Lean Material Flow Part 1

The debate rages on, and companies are finding themselves caught in the crossfire between the internet pundits who volley back and forth about the optimal approach to moving material through the value stream. The list of options is long: push systems, pull systems, vendor-managed inventory, consignment, and the task of selecting the best approach can be daunting, especially when one considers the multitude of variants on each of these basic themes. In this session, Darin Wolding will identify some of the most commonly neglected design considerations that can lead to a catastrophic failure of the material flow plan when not properly addressed. This presentation will cut through the fog of confusion by presenting a mathematical approach to determining the best solution, and ensuring alignment across all departments with a clear understanding of which levers must be pulled to achieve the desired outcome.

Speaker: Darin Wolding, CPIM, Director, Global Procurement and Supply Chain | Oshkosh Corporation

Engineering Lean Material Flow Part 2

The debate rages on, and companies are finding themselves caught in the crossfire between the internet pundits who volley back and forth about the optimal approach to moving material through the value stream. The list of options is long: push systems, pull systems, vendor-managed inventory, consignment, and the task of selecting the best approach can be daunting, especially when one considers the multitude of variants on each of these basic themes. In this session, Darin Wolding will identify some of the most commonly neglected design considerations that can lead to a catastrophic failure of the material flow plan when not properly addressed. This presentation will cut through the fog of confusion by presenting a mathematical approach to determining the best solution, and ensuring alignment across all departments with a clear understanding of which levers must be pulled to achieve the desired outcome.

Speaker: Darin Wolding, CPIM, Director, Global Procurement and Supply Chain | Oshkosh Corporation

25 Years of ERP: What Have We Learned?

Alan Milliken of BASF sometimes says the letters ERP actually stand for “Extremely Rare Pain.” Change can bring pain, and the degree of change dictated by an ERP implementation can be massive. The total integration enabled by the ERP system is touted as its greatest benefit, but it also requires simultaneous participation by all value chain participants: supply chain, logistics, purchasing, finance, sales and marketing, and others. The degree of success with ERP can range from giving up entirely and going back to disconnected software, to using the system for some, or most, processes. One key to success is to plan early for the balancing of people-process-technology investment. This presentation will provide insights from 25 years of experience with ERP use and implementation. Participants will gain insight into how to avoid some of the major pitfalls; learn pointers for scoping and supporting the ERP evolution; and see examples of effectively balancing people, processes and technology in the quest for ERP.

Speaker: Alan Milliken, CPIM-F, CSCP, CIRM, CLTD, Supply Chain Education Specialist | BASF

Adapt or Die – The Search for Flow and Relevant Information – The Role of Forecasting

Many of today's detailed planning and scheduling systems are rooted in assumptions and practices from 40 years ago. "Best practices" are no longer best; they are simply antiquated and in many cases, inappropriate. Optimizing these inappropriate rules through today’s powerful ERP systems is fraught with risk. Staying competitive in the face of increasingly complex and volatile supply chains requires a fundamentally different approach: either adapt or die. This presentation will describe the simple steps for the required shift from convention to the emerging principles of demand-driven operational systems, including the role of forecasting in this new world.

Speaker: Carol Ptak, CPIM-F, CIRM, Demand Driven Thought Leader, Demand Driven Institute

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Principles On Demand Course Highlights: Distribution and Logistics

Learn the key benefits of the ASCM Principles on Demand self-paced learning courses as well as a highlight from the distribution and logistics course, Characteristics of Inventory in the Distribution Channel.

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Introduction to SCOR – the Supply Chain Operations Reference Model

Explore the origins and goals of the SCOR model framework, including an explanation of the steps involved to implement a SCOR improvement program.

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BlockChain in the Supply Chain

Eric Peters, President & CEO from Procurant presents what you need to know about blockchain and where blockchain applies in your supply chain.

Speaker: Eric Peters, President & CEO , Procurant

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S&OP Back to Basics

Back to Basics: Gain a big picture understanding of the business hierarchy from the top down, and why you need to forecast differently at each level. Zeroing in on the basic, generic S&OP process will give you a better understanding of what is behind the rules that govern what you do on a day-to-day basis.

Speaker: Anthony Zampello, CPIM, CSCP, CIRM Adjuncy Faculty, Bentley University

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Supply Chain Risk Management

Take a closer look at the complexity of our global supply chain environment and why risk management is important to improve bottom line performance and mitigate risks.

Speaker: Greg Schlegal, CPIM, CSCP, JONAH Adjunct Professor, Lehigh University

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Threatcasting

A practical overview of threatcasting; a conceptual framework used to help multidisciplinary groups envision these future scenarios. It is also a process that enables systematic planning against threats ten years in the future.

Speaker: Brian David Johnson, Futurist Director, Threatcasting Lab - Arizona State University

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Advanced Management

Learn methodologies and approaches to make leadership, integrity and people skills a key part of your professional journey, enabling you to master these integral 'soft skills' and become a memorable leader with a thriving career.

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Digital Supply Chains: The race to Industry 4.0

More demanding customer requirements and new technologies in the area of digitization drive the need for an evolution of traditional supply chains towards connected, smart, and highly efficient supply chain ecosystems that proactively manage and efficiently fulfill customer needs across multiple channels.

Digital Supply Networks: The digital transformation of supply chains

Dramatic advances in computing memory and processing are spurring entrepreneurs to develop innovative new digital technologies and capabilities—and ushering in Industry 4.0, the fourth industrial revolution. Disruptive technologies, including new sensors and artificial intelligence (also called machine learning and cognitive computing), create the foundation for analytics and a conversion between the physical and digital worlds, transforming traditional, linear supply chains into connected, intelligent, scalable, customizable, and nimble digital supply networks. Digital supply chain management now includes gathering insights from distributed data, sensors, and connected assets to drive actionable improvements via advanced analytical and digital solutions.

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