SCC Regional Meeting – Reading, UK
Hilton Reading Hotel
Phone: +1 202 962 0440
Join us in Reading for networking with fellow colleagues, updates on the supply chain industry, and to learn how the Supply Chain Operations Reference (SCOR®) model has helped organizations streamline and improve their bottom line. This event will include the following presentations:
|8:30-9:00am||Arrival & Registration|
|9:15-10:00||Leverage Your Supply Chain to Deliver Superior Financial Results
Operational experts often extol the contributions of a high-performing supply chain to achieving superior financial results. Too often they fail to explain how such a supply chain is designed, implemented, managed and measured within existing resource constraints. Supply Chain Council Chapter Director, Alyda le Hane, will clearly articulate the “knobs and levers” that connect superior supply chain performance to the bottom line.
In recent years Supply Chain Council has initiated a number of research projects that examine and articulate the relationship between supply chain performance and overall enterprise performance. Key areas of focus include.
|Alyda le Hane,
Chapter Director, Southern Africa,
Supply Chain Council
|10:05-11:05||Meeting the Defense Needs of the Future with a Reliable Supply Chain
This session will explore how Babcock's Marine Division, a supplier of support services to the U.K. Ministry of Defense, utilized the SCOR model to uncover future supply chain capability gaps. The diagnostic team's goal was to close the identified gaps before the capability was required. By proactively delivering highly reliable service, Babcock has improved the availability of submarines and warships despite tighter budgets. This presentation will walk the attendee through the process of applying the SCOR model for this purpose and review the detailed benefits and lessons learned.
|Presented by: Andy Chapell,
Head of Supply Chain Capability,
Babcock (Marine Division)
Andy Chapell has wide supply management experience throughout the defence enterprise. He spent the early part of his career as a naval logistician, on and below the waves, before moving away from the front line and into the equipment acquisition and support area. In one of his last roles prior to leaving the military, Andy was responsible for coordinating and commissioning the UK MoD’s logistics research programme. As head of supply chain capability for Babcock’s Marine Division, he is responsible to the board for the continuous improvement of this key business capability. He is also the Babcock lead for the Defence industry’s Supply Chain 21 programme and its sustainable procurement programme.
Andy is a certificated consultancy practitioner, a chartered secretary and has an MSc in logistics and supply chain management from Cranfield School of Management. He has jointly published papers on Defence supply chain risk management, he lectures on a number of Defence Academy supply chain management courses, and has presented at many conferences and seminars on a range of subjects related to complex equipment support.
|11:10-12:10pm||SCOR – Linking Strategy and Operations
Organisations in control of their Supply Chain have achieved this state not just because they have a Supply Chain strategy, but because that strategy is embedded throughout the organisation from strategic performance management down to transactional and operational conformance.
This presentation, by Sean Culey the head of a specialised business improvement consultancy, will discuss how the Supply Chain Council’s SCOR model can be used to help companies:
Seven Collaborative Solutions Ltd
Sean is managing director of Seven Collaborative Solutions Ltd, SAP value realisation experts and suppy chain specialists who work with customers to ensure that they maximise the opportunity to achieve their strategic goals and desired business value through the use of their exisiting IT and resource capabilities. At Seven organisations leverage the untapped potential of their SAP system and resource investments through the application of best practices and metrics, the alignment of strategic, tactical and operational goals and activities and through the development and paradigm shifting of their people. Sean's specialty is in demand and supply integration.
|12:30-13:30pm||Lunch & networking|
There are a number of ways that the SCC community can help make these regional events a success. As a supply chain leader and SCOR practitioner, please attend and ask your colleagues to attend. Please share the dates and location with other supply chain professionals in the area that you know. And regardless of whether you can attend, please let us know what topics are important to you for meeting content; contact Alyda le Hane (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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20 Jun 2013