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Planlægning 2011 - workshop

Planlægning 2011 - workshop

Den 3. november 2011 på Hotel Scandic Copenhagen
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Designing and implementing ‘new age’ supply chains

On the basis of John Gattorna’s integrative supply chain model called ‘dynamic alignment’, which he has been developing and field-testing for more than 20 years, this workshop primary focus will be on re-interpreting customers’ differing expectations, using this insight as the frame-of-reference to design the internal cultural capability to respond in the most appropriate ways. The ultimate aim is to eliminate over-servicing and reward those customers currently being under-serviced.

Four generic supply chain types are identified and described in detail, on both the demand- and supply–sides. With regard to the supply-side, the aim is to reconnect suppliers to enterprise chains rather than operating with separate procurement strategies, unconnected to the front-end. New ways of segmenting suppliers are suggested, which are quite different to conventional methods. All this takes deep though and superb planning.

Who should attend?

The workshop is aimed at directors and managers who have responsibilities within supply chain, logistics or planning. Persons who have an interest in a practical workshop with focus on participant involvement, practical tools and mutual learning within this specific area can also attend this workshop.

About the workshop leader – Dr. John Gattorna

Dr. John Gattorna is one of the most respected supply chain ’thought leaders’ in the world. He has spent a lifetime working in and around supply chains, in many different capacities – line executive, researcher, consultant/adviser, teacher and author. He is passionate about the subject – some might say obsessive. The unique thing about John’s perspective is that he presents a multi-disciplinary approach to the design and management of enterprise supply chains, and this requires an eclectic mindset. John is also the author of several books along the way as his thinking has evolved, but his three most recent titles have been seminal: Living Supply Chains (2006); Dynamic Supply Chain Alignment (2009); Dynamic Supply Chains (2010).


08.00 - 08.30 Registration and morning coffee

08.30 - 10.15 Introductory comments

  • Time to re-invent the enterprise
  • Outline, origins, and key elements of the new ‘Dynamic Alignment’ business model
  • Behavioral forces at work in enterprise supply chains
  • Building more responsive supply chains means building more responsive enterprises overall

10.15 - 10.45 Break for refreshments to socialise ideas presented

10.45 - 12.30 All pathways lead to customers

  • Only one right way to segment your customers
  • Diagnostic exercise 1: Segmenting your customers along behavioural lines
  • Emergence of the four generic types of enterprise supply chains
  • The vital influence of internal organization design on performance

12.30 - 13.30 Lunch

13.30 - 15.00 Continuous replenishment supply chains

  • Value proposition and operational strategies
  • Developing true ‘strategic partnerships’
  • Sustainability and corporate social responsibility
  • Shaping a ‘group’ sub-culture to underpin the CR supply chain
  • Diagnostic exercise 2: Comparing ‘ideal’ and ‘actual’ strategies

Lean supply chains

  • Lean in manufacturing vs. lean in supply chains
  • Focusing on lowest cost-to-serve
  • Value proposition and operational strategies
  • Shaping a ‘hierarchical’ sub-culture to underpin the lean supply chain
  • Diagnostic exercise 3: Comparing ‘ideal’ and actual’ strategies

15.00 - 15.30 Break for refreshments to socialise ideas presented

15.30 - 17.00 Agile supply chains

  • Situations where ‘quick’ response is vital
  • Agility and the OODA loop
  • The critical importance of innovation
  • Value proposition and operational strategies
  • Shaping a ‘rational’ sub-culture to underpin agile supply chains

Fully flexible supply chains

  • ‘Business event’ and ‘humanitarian supply chain variants
  • Value proposition and operational strategies
  • Shaping an ‘entrepreneurial’ sub-culture to underpin FF supply chains
  • The supply-side as a mirror image of the demand-side
  • The concept of ‘hybrid’ supply chains
  • Diagnostic exercise 5: Comparing ‘ideal’ and ‘actual’ strategies
  • Diagnostic exercise 6: Mapping the culture of your organization

17.00 - 17.30 The crucial importance of ‘leadership’ style in all the supply chain types

  • The correlation between leadership style and success
  • Change must be led, not managed
  • Diagnostic exercise 7: Mapping your leadership style

17.30 - 18.00 Putting the complete picture together from results of the various diagnostics

  • Where are the mis-alignments?
  • What can we do about it?
  • What are the biggest impediments to transformational success?
  • Commitment to action

18.00 Refreshments and networking

Konferencen Planlægning 2011 afholdes den 2. november.

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Tid og sted

Torsdag den 3. november 2011
Registrering fra kl. 8.30

Hotel Scandic Copenhagen
Vester Søgade 6
1601 København​


Kr. 4.475,- for medlemmer af DILF
Kr. 3.975,- pr. ekstra deltager fra samme firma (medlem af DILF)
Kr. 5.975,- for ikke-medlemmer af DILF
Kr. 5.475,- pr. ekstra deltager fra samme firma (ikke-medlem af DILF)

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