Executive Briefing and Regional Meeting - Houston

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Join Supply Chain Council for a Regional Meeting in Houston, Texas, USA
November 1st, 2013 7:30 AM   through   12:00 PM

Addressing Global Challenges in High Performance Supply Chains

This SCC regional briefing has been offered all around the world, and now it is in Houston! SCC shares insights gleaned from the year's global events and also the latest updates in SCC development with regional supply chain leaders. The new SCC standard system for managing global supply chains using SCOR® (M4SC) will be demonstrated. If you are not familiar with the global standard SCOR® (Supply Chain Operations Reference model), go here.

The meeting is scheduled to be quick, convenient and almost no cost to you - not to miss!

Executive Director Joseph Francis, Supply Chain Council — one of the world's most popular speakers on supply chain management — will be the speaker for this meeting, as well as several key regional executives highly devoted to special work around industry-focused projects on Energy, Oil and Gas, and using SCOR with your Lean/Six Sigma Programs.

Key elements of high performing supply chains in successful global organizations will be shared. A hands-on workshop for attendees will explore how to develop a supply chain strategy, including a supply chain performance SCORcard with a set of performance requirements that you can leverage in the coming business year.

SCOR® is a registered trademark of Supply Chain Council



Light Breakfast, Registration & Networking




Satellite Logistics Group


Introduction to SCOR and Supply Chain Council 

Dan Swartwood 
Vice President

Satellite Logistics


Executive Briefing 

  • Examination of global trends impacting on local supply chains 
  • Key Success Factors of High Performing Supply Chains

Joe Francis
Executive Director

Supply Chain Council





M4SC Workshop

This introduction to the new initiative from SCC, that is SCOR based, incudes a small interactive piece on translation of business strategy into supply chain performance targets

  • Importance of a controlled strategy for your supply chains
  • How to segment your supply chains
  • How to develop a supply chain strategy per segment using a proven framework
  • How to develop a supply chain performance scorecard

Joe Francis


SCOR Convergence Special Interest Group Overview

SCC is inviting volunteers to form a global team to establish an effective methodology of employing SCOR®, Lean, and Six Sigma together. In the past, this SIG was called "SCOR® Convergence with Lean/Six Sigma" but a more current and accurate name will be developed with the new team.

Dan Swartwood 
Vice President

Satellite Logistics


Energy, Oil & Gas Special Industry Group Overview

This industry group focuses on the development and integration of models specifically for the Energy, Oil and Gas industry

Gary Kilponen
Vice President



Closing, Q&A, Networking

Satellite Logistics

This event is organized in collaboration with Satellite Logistics Group.

Joseph Francis is Executive Director for Supply Chain Council. He is an acknowledged expert on supply chain and business process management with a particular focus on SCOR and related frameworks with many organizations worldwide.

He has advised companies as diverse as Air Products, IBM, PRTM, Cendant, Hewlett-Packard, SASOL, Home Depot and Ericsson on methodologies for SCOR and framework-based process management within their companies' enterprises.

He has lectured on or participated in research on framework-based content with University of Houston Bauer College of Business, the Georgia Tech Logistics Institute, the Gordon Institute of Business Science, and many more educational institutions around the world. He has been published often through various organizations on the utilization and techniques of SCOR application in large enterprises. Mr. Francis is a former chairman of the Supply Chain Council Board of Directors and has worked as SCC Chief Technical Officer, and as volunteer for more than a decade.

Prior to work with SCC, and running a small BPM consultancy, he created and directed Hewlett-Packard's Business Process Management team for the CIO of HP, and had overseen the supply chain process merger between HP and Compaq, where he worked for over a decade prior to joining HP.


Satellite Logistics Group    

* No discounts apply to this event

12621 Featherwood Drive
Satellite Logistics Group
Houston, TX 77034-4902
United States
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Chapter North America
Language English
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