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Supply-Chain World North America 2006 Presentations


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Integrating for Efficiency, Productivity and Growth
Robert W. Moffat, Jr. - Senior Vice President Integrated Operations- IBM
 
Mr. Moffat will discuss the emergence of a new corporate model - the globally integrated enterprise. He will show how multi-national companies can capitalize on the forces of globalization to create flatter, more efficient operating models, while at the same time build new capabilities to drive profitable growth. This new model has implications for how companies will run and operate global supply chains. Fundamentally, it's shifting the focus from simply managing the supply chain for greater efficiencies to leveraging it to drive revenue. Success for supply chain leaders in today's business environment is about anticipating the needs of the business and responding seamlessly, globally with unprecedented speed and flexibility.
 
Digitizing -The Critical Supply Chain Makeover
Dr. Don Bowersox, John H. McConnell University Professor of Business Administration and Dean Emeritus, The Eli Broad Graduate School of Management, Michigan State University
 
A growing commitment to six-sigma operational excellence, improved customer responsiveness, and cross enterprise process collaboration combine to position supply chain competency as key to achieving global competitiveness. Executives in traditional blue chip firms are increasingly embarking upon a comprehensive initiative to reduce complexity, redefine best practice, fully exploit information technology, and focus their leadership to achieve integrated management. This unprecedented 2lst Century Organizational Make-Over, best described as DIGITIZING, is focused on catapulting a firm operationally into the Information Age. Drawing upon four decades of business, consulting and research this keynote presentation will focus on what it takes to leverage Supply Chain Excellence to achieve competitive advantage in the New Global Economy.
 
Supply Chain Trends 2006 Survey Results
Rick Hoole, Practice Lead Director, PRTM
 
Driving New Operational Strategy through Microsoft Global Value Chain Performance Initiative
Celestine Vettical, World Wide Director of Solutions, Microsoft Corporation
 
Global Value Chain Performance
Indranil Sircar, Sr. Solutions Architect, Manufacturing & Distribution Industries, Hewlett-Packard
 
PRTM, Microsoft and HP present their coordinated viewpoint on Supply Chain Transformation. Every day it is proven that Operational Strategy can redefine the basis of competition and value creation – supply chain executives and managers today have far more ways to enable dramatic shifts in value stream networks. Supply chain strategy and IT alignment will be a point of discussion as well as the role supply chain visibility, performance management, and RFID architecture have in today’s decision making. Corporate case studies and selected results from PRTM’s 4th annual survey on supply chain trends are included to support the above messages.
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Supply-Chain Council Announces Annual Awards for Excellence in Supply Chain Operations Winners
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SCOR Overview
Monty Boyle - Senior Manager, Global Risk Management Solutions PricewaterhouseCoopers, LLP
 
This session provides an introduction to the Supply-Chain Operations Reference-model (SCOR) for attendees who are not familiar with the basics of how the Model was designed and can be applied. SCOR is a supply-chain diagnostic tool that enables users to address, improve, and communicate supply-chain management practices within and among all interested parties. Mr. Boyle is a certified SCOR instructor.
 
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SCOR Applications for Today’s Global Needs
 
Chairs:
Scott Stephens - Chief Technology Officer - Supply-Chain Council
Gordon Anderson - Vice President SCM Solution Management - SAP Labs

Introduction to SCOR 8.0 and DCOR 1.0
Scott Stephens - Chief Technology Officer -Supply-Chain Council
 
Simplify MAKE Integration - Converging Standards for Manufacturing and Supply Chain Operations Management
Charlie Gifford - Director, Lean Production Management , GE Fanuc America
J. Keith Unger - Principal Manufacturing Information Technology Consultant Stone Technologies Inc., Chairman ISA-95
 
Applying SCOR to the Service Supply Chain
Joe Chamberlain- Vice President, Service Supply Chain Management, KLA-Tencor
Dirk de Waart – Principal, PRTM
John Nunes - Senior Director, Strategic Consulting, MCA Solutions
 
Linking Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) with the SCOR Model Using a BPM Tool
Debol Gupta - COE- SCM,Beckton, Dickinson and Company (BD)
 
Successful SCM Project Methodology with Utilization of the SCOR-model Part 1 and Part 2
Kazuyoshi Watanabe - SCOR Working Group Leader, SCC Japan Chapter & Management & ERP Integration Co., Ltd
 
NASA Space Exploration Supply Chain Modeling, Simulation, & Analysis Using the SCOR Model
Edgar Zapata - System Engineer, NASA
Dr. Sam Fayez - Senior Scientist , Productivity Apex, Inc.
Maurice M. (Mike) Callinan, President, Productivity Apex, Inc.
 
Application of SCOR for Value Added Services in Schenker´s Logistics Operations
John Wedel - Head of Key Account Management, Schenker Sweden AB
Gunnar Stefansson Ph.D. - Programme Director, Chalmers University of Technology
 
Extending Performance Improvements to Suppliers
Scott Sealing - Project Leader, Subcontracts & Material, United Space Alliance
Dan Swartwood - Senior Management Consultant PRAGMATEK
 
SCOR Based Alignment Methodology for Federated Architectures
Ron Pierson
David Bailey - Senior Enterprise Architect, Enterprise Integration Inc
Ron Polillo
 
Using SCOR To Drive Supply Chain Network, Process and IT Improvements
Mark Hermans - Principal, PRTM Management Consultants
Edith Simchi-Levi - Vice President of Operations, LogicTools  

New Challenges & Strategies
 
Chairs:
Larry Lapide - Research Director - Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Paul Nuzum - Adjunct Professor - University of Denver
Rao Panchalavarapu - Senior Engineer - Schneider Logistics
 
Pay for Performance Contracting: Developing a Win-Win Strategy for Improving Service Parts and Support Logistics
Scott Turco - Material Manager, Military Customer Support - Pratt & Whitney      
Kate Vitasek - Managing Partner - Supply Chain Visions
 
Strategic Supply Chain Design
Jeffrey J. Karrenbauer- President, Insight, Inc
 
Supply Chain 2020: Strategies for the Future
Larry Lapide -Research Director, MIT Center for Transportation & Logistics
 
Driving the Supply Chain to Success: The JC Penney Story
Jim LaBounty - Senior Vice President, Supply Chain, JC Penney Company, Inc.
John Manrodt – Principal, Supply Chain Strategy, Deloitte
 
Is Pull Pushing Up Your Transportation Costs
Pamela O'Hern - Distribution Planning Manager, Tyco Healthcare
Omer Bakkalbasi - Vice President, Inventory Planning, Chainalytics
 
Owens Corning on Insulating Its Global Supply Chain
Barry Burnham - IS Development Leader, Logistics Management Systems, Owens Corning
 
Navigating Today’s Supply Chain Challenges
Paul Nuzum - Adjunct Professor, University of Denver
Panel Discussion Members:
John Mascaritolo - Director Global Logistics, NCR
Michael McBreen - Director Global Operations, Nike
 
Transforming a Global Supply Chain: The IBM PCD Story
Dave Eagle - Distinguished Engineer, Supply Chain Operations, IBM Corp.
 
Developing Creative Supply Chain Strategies In Highly Competitive Markets
Dan Harmeyer - Global Value Chain Leader, Black & Decker
Matthew Menner - Senior Vice President, Sales/Marketing/Alliance, Optiant
 
Exclusive Report: Survey of Supply Chain Progress
Charles C. Poirier – Partner, Computer Sciences Corporation
 
Measurements (Metrics & Benchmarking)
 
Chairs:
John Hogg - Director, Perfect Order - Rich Products Corporation
Srini Bangalore - Strategy and Operations Manufacturing - Deloitte Consulting LLP
Mozafar Hajian - Programme Director, Customer Value and Reference Services, Marketing & Customer Operations - SAP
 
What Are The Right Metrics? – Balancing The CEO’s Needs Alongside Functional Measures
Nick Little - Assistant Director, Executive Development Programs Eli Broad GSM Michigan State University
 
Forecast Accuracy Measurement and Management
Rick Hoole - Supply Chain Management Practice Lead Director , PRTM
Shruti Mandana -Supply Chain Product Line Manager , PMG Benchmarking
 
Owens Corning on Insulating Its Global Supply Chain
Barry Burnham - IS Development Leader, Logistics Management Systems, Owens Corning
 
Retail Supply Chain Best Practices
James A. Tompkins, Ph.D. – President, Tompkins Associates
John Traendly – Principal, Tompkins Associates
 
Scoring High on the Supply Chain Maturity Model
Karen Butner - Global SCM Lead: Institute for Business Value & Business Solutions Portfolio
IBM Business Consulting Services 
 
Performance Management and Supply Chain Monitoring Drives Value Out of Service Parts Network: The Ford Motor Company Parts Supply and Logistics Case Study
Roger Merkle- Former North American Inventory Planning Manager, Parts Supply & Logistics, Ford Motor Company   
 
Measuring Supply Chain Agility in an Extended Supply Chain
Debra Hofman - Service Director, Benchmark Analytix, AMR Research
 
Improving Supply Chain Decision Making, The Six Sigma Way
Amit Boob, Manager
Srinivasan Sundharam, Consultant, Wipro Technologies
 
Supply Chain Needs Assessment- Using SCOR Level 1 Metrics
Phil Siewert - Senior Director Solutions Development, Exel
 
Supplier Evaluation: Benefits, Barriers and Best Practices
Sherry Gordon - Vice President, Supplier Performance Intelligence, Emptoris
 
Organizational Design & Change Management
 
Chairs:
Iain Clarke – Director Supply Chain Development, Coors Brewing Company
Philip J. Franz – Executive, Crowe Chizek and Company, LLC
 
ILAP: Using SCOR Based Principles to Measure Supply Chain Behavior in the Measure Supply Chain Behavior in the Global War on Terrorism Global War on Terrorism
Alan Stein- CALIBRE
 
Finding a Needle in a Haystack – Using Supply Chain Principles to Deploy Employee Talent
Harold Blake - Director, Workforce Optimization, IBM Integrated Supply Chain
 
International Organizational Change Management in a Global Matrix
John M. Thompson – President, PAR Solutions (former VP SCM, Bacou-Dalloz)
 
China May Not Be the Answer. Best Practices In Assessing Total Landed Costs
Dave Cooper - Vice President of Global Program Management and Supply Chain Solutions,
Solectron Corporation
 
How to Achieve Quantum Leap Improvements in Relationship Management
Byron Stock - President , Byron Stock & Associates 
 
Managing Relationships in Dynamic Bidding
Eugene McCabe - Executive Vice President, Worldwide Operations, Sun Microsystems
 
Re-launching S&OP – The Journey to Excellence!               
Jeff Smolilo - Manager, North American Demand & Inventory Planning, ICI Paints North America
Praful Karanth - Senior Manager, Crowe Chizek and Company LLC
 
End-2-End Inventory Visibility Phase 1 – on the way to achieving 20/20 Vision!
Scott Vollet, - Director, Lexmark
Dennis Frlan - Crowe Chizek and Company LLC
 
Meeting Customers’ Complex Outsourcing Needs: A Case Study involving Design and Standing up a New Organization
Alex Safavi, Ph.D. - Supply Chain Optimization and Forecasting Lead, Boeing 
 
Building the Collaborative Procurement Organization- Ensuring Success thru Organizational Re-Design and Structured OCM
Theodore X. Garcia - Engagement Director, Capgemini
 
Technology for Today’s Expectations
 
Chairs:
Charles-Henri Frédouët - Director, CERENI - University of Le Havre
Dinesh Kumar - Project Manager: Strategy & Planning, Super Group Supply Chain Partners
 
Driving Greater Efficiency Through Logistics Optimization
Tom Kozenski - VP of Product Marketing for Warehouse Management - RedPrairie
 
Next Generation Sales and Operations Management
Gaurang Pandya -Senior Director, i2 Technologies, Inc.
 
Is Pull Pushing Up Your Transportation Costs
Pamela O'Hern - Distribution Planning Manager, Tyco Healthcare
Omer Bakkalbasi - Vice President, Inventory Planning, Chainalytics
 
Leveraging Technology to Transform the Supply Chain for Growth
Scott Pulsipher - Vice President of Product Management, Sterling Commerce
 
Supplier Collaboration through Technology
Kenneth Templeton - Regional Deployment Manager, Rapid Sourcing & Market Sector Strategies
Refining & Marketing Group, BP America, Inc.
 
Supplier Performance Management / Supplier Scorecards
John M. Cachat - Chairman and Founder IQS, Inc.
 
Best Practices In Implementing Supply Chain Collaboration And Visibility Solutions
Celestine Vettical - WW Director of Manufacturing Solutions, Microsoft Corp
Dmitry Kordysh – Director, PRTM
 
Advanced Negotiation Techniques
Sean Devine - Director of Client Services, Emptoris
  
Open Source and the Supply Chain: Road Ready?
Bob Geiger - Vice President of Enterprise Solutions, nuBridges LLC
 
Manufacturing Excellence
 
Chairs:
Sean Monahan - Vice President, A. T. Kearney
Bill Garrison - Project Management, Boeing
 
The Lean Extended Enterprise -Moving Beyond the Four Walls to Value Stream Excellence
Terence T. Burton – President, The Center for Excellence in Operations, Inc. (CEO)
 
Hedging Against Supply Risk: Predictive Intelligence And Informed Actions Prevent Crisis
Jim Lawton - Vice President, Open Ratings
 
Manufacturing Flexibility at Kraft Foods
Tom Steele - Sr. Manager-Product Supply, Kraft Foods 
Kyle Kidd - Manager-Supply Chain Practice, Deloitte Consulting
 
Service Supply Chain
 
Chairs:
Dan Spellman - Vice President, Caterpillar Logistics Services
Doug Reinart - Director, PRTM
Arnold Mark Wells - Solution Principal, SAP America
 
Transforming the Service Parts Supply Chain–Collaboration with Ford
Scott Koval – Director, Caterpillar Logistics Services                
 
Performance Management and Supply Chain Monitoring Drives Value Out of Service Parts Network: The Ford Motor Company Parts Supply and Logistics Case Study
Roger Merkle - Former North American Inventory Planning Manager, Parts Supply & Logistics, Ford Motor Company
 
Performance Based Logistics: Buying Performance, not Parts
Steve Gray -  Lockheed Martin Corporation
Steve Geary - Partner, Supply Chain Visions & Research Associate, University of Tennessee
 
Converging SCOR® with Six Sigma/Lean Projects
 
Chairs:
Scott Sealing - Project Leader, Subcontracts & Material, United Space Alliance
Bruce E. Spurgeon - CPIM, Six Sigma Premier Consulting Partner, PS GoLive LLC
 
The Business Case for Convergence
Robert Parker - Vice President, Manufacturing Insights
Bob Ferrari - Program Director, Supply Chain Strategies, Manufacturing Insights
 
Metrics to Drive Lean Distribution
Jack McEowen - Supply Chain Team Lead Volkswagen of America
Keith Nash - Senior Manager, Deloitte Consulting
 
Mapping the Supply Chain: Converging Value Stream Mapping (VSM) with SCOR
Matthew Milas - Supply Chain Engineering Analyst, The Altarum Institute
 
Outsourcing
 
Chairs:
Ashutosh Dekhne - Manager, Supply Chain Solutions, Kuehne+Nagel
Jeff Roberts - Senior Manager, Supply Chain & Business Solutions, Fujitsu Consulting Information Services Inc.
 
Outsourcing: Solution or Setback
James A. Tompkins, Ph.D. – President, Tompkins Associates
 
Transitioning to a Lead Logistics Service Provider (4PL): Using SCOR as an Enabler for Change
Jeff Flagel – Director, Supply Chain and Production, Connexion by Boeing
David Stubbs - Senior Vice President and General Manager, Kuehne+Nagel Lead Logistics
Jeff Roberts - Senior Manager, Supply Chain & Business Solutions, Fujitsu Consulting
 
Don't Let The Aftermarket Be An Afterthought
Steve Manning - Vice President of Global Services Solectron Corporation
 
Supply Chains in Aerospace & Defense
 
Chairs:
Rosemary T. Johnston - Director, Mission Support Group, Dynamics Research Corporation
Ned Glattly – Principal, PRTM Management Consultants
 
Performance Driven Supply Chains in Aerospace & Defense
Phil Krotz - Director, Lean Supply, Rockwell Collins
 
Performance Based Logistics: Buying Performance, not Parts
Steve Gray -  Lockheed Martin Corporation
Steve Geary - Partner, Supply Chain Visions & Research Associate, University of Tennessee  

Expanding Participation of Small Manufacturers in the Department of Defense (DoD) Supply Chain
Jack Molchany - Senior Project Manager, Concurrent Technologies Corporation (CTC)



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