2009 SCOR Seminar - Atlanta, GA
Phone: +1 404-385-6203 (Georgia Tech)
Email: [email protected]
This year's SCOR Seminar will focus on merging SCOR with other frameworks and methodologies specifically for the Defense and IT industries. Agenda items include:
- Keynote: Extending the Operational Reach of the Marine Expeditionary Force through a Flexible Global Supply Chain Management Strategy, presented by Brigadier General David G. Reist, Director Logistics Plans, Policies and Strategic Mobility Division, Installations and Logistics, Headquarters United States Marine Corps.
- Excellence Awards. The Supply Chain Council's Supply Chain Excellence Awards will be presented, as the annual conference, where these are usually presented, was postponed for 2009.
- DCOR 2.0. The DCOR development team members are presenting a preview of the upcoming version 2.0 release of the Design Chain Operations Reference Model 2.0. DCOR 2.0 is extensively expanded and dramatically more readable than the first version released several years ago. It is also further developed to match up to SCOR for more easily integrated use.
- Convergence. The 2009 SCOR Seminar promotes interaction to share experience and ideas on how the Supply Chain Operations Reference Model (SCOR) complements and enables multiple standards and methodologies. Today SCOR is combined with much more than just Lean and Six Sigma, where the first convergence work emerged. Implementers are finding almost endless ways of combining this relatively simple, but powerful tool with other standards and methods. Speakers will share the latest convergence implementations, including how SCOR expands into DCOR, and empowers Risk Management, PBL, and Sustainment, as well as Six Sigma/Lean and IT programs.
Following the seminar, on Thursday morning, a 2-hour SCORmark Benchmarking Workshop is available to seminar attendees led by Joseph Francis, Executive Director, Supply Chain Council. For more information see the SCORmark Benchmarking Workshop. Download the full 2009 Seminar Program. SCOR Training available The Supply Chain Council organizes training before and after this event. SCOR Framework training seats are available Monday/Tuesday before the SCOR Seminar - a pre-requisite for SCOR Convergence training. SCOR Convergence training seats are still available on Thursday after the SCOR Seminar. More information including pricing: SCOR Framework and SCOR Convergence. Accommodation discounts Attendees of the SCOR Seminar, SCOR Framework training and SCOR Convergence training may request the discounted rate for three of the hotels listed close to the venue. Please contact the hotels early to secure a room. Ask for the GEORGIA TECH rate at these hotels: Georgian Terrace ($99), Atlanta Down Town ($139), Regency Suites Hotel ($129). Sponsors
Georgia Tech - Global Learning Center
Atlanta, GA 30308-1031