“Orchestrating the New Supply Chain – Exploring the role of Planning, Technology and Geography”
20th November 2019, Mumbai

Introduction

“Orchestrating the New Supply Chain – Exploring the role of Planning, Technology, and Geography”

Today’s Supply Chain leaders must be different at the core — more flexible, inquisitive, technology-friendly, and innovative. Focused on helping supply chain leaders in India think and grow beyond our national boundaries, this intensive program empowers you to look critically at the business as a whole, and build, and lead high-performance supply chains.


Key Learning Objectives

Is Your Supply Chain Ready for Digital Transformation – Disruptive technologies like analytics, artificial intelligence, the Internet of Things and Blockchains are converging, bringing the physical and digital supply chains into new digital network. The siloed supply chains are now dynamic and interconnected.  Are enterprises ready to embrace this brave new world?

Leader: Dr. Rakesh Singh

 

Leveraging Technology to Bring Efficiency – A combination of technological advances like sensors, computing power, AI, mobility, and robotics are creating huge amounts of business value and disruption today. They are altering customer engagement and growth opportunities, cost efficiency opportunities, and opening up new business models. Leaders of the company of the future need a technology embedded agenda.

Leader: Paul Bradley 

 

The Geography of Consumption, Demand and Distribution – Understand the implications of geography on planning frameworks and how to leverage technology to shrink geography.

Leader: Dr. Rakesh Singh

 

Pedal to the Metal – Growth Acceleration in E-commerce – Digital consumers represent an enormous opportunity. Even when such consumers don’t buy directly on the internet, information that they find online often influences their purchasing decisions. How can enterprises tap into this exponentially growing channel?

Leader: Charles Brewer

 

Integrated Planning – The Future of Supply Chains: In this session, we deliberate on the central role of integrated business planning on supply chains. When firms compete on their supply chains, planning needs to move from the side-lines to an Enterprisewide, integrated affair, aligning the entire organization to one plan.

Leader: Vivek Sarbhai


Who Should Attend

The Master Class is aimed at senior supply chain professionals who have the responsibility to design the supply chains for their organizations.


Mentors

Paul W Bradley is the Chairman and CEO of Caprica International, Emeritus Vice Chairman and Board Member of Supply Chain Asia, Advisory Board Member of the Kairos Society for the ASEAN Region (a non-profit entrepreneurs group based in Silicon Valley),  among others. Paul has been involved in international business throughout his career, primarily in Asia. He has established new business entities in China, South East Asia, India and the United States and managed businesses across 14 countries.

 Charles Breweris the CEO and founder of Click and Connect, a boutique consulting firm. Charles is a proven global expert in end to end supply chains, international shipping and e-commerce with over 35 years of industry experience, covering multiple disciplines and experience across Europe, Asia Pacific, the Middle East, the Americas and Africa. Most recently Charles was the global CEO of DHL e-Commerce, a division of Deutsche Post DHL Group.

 

Dr. Rakesh Paras Singh is the Chairman and Dean of ISCM Demand Planning Academy, Mumbai. He has conducted numerous training programs for corporates like HUL, P&G, ACG, Cipla, Capital Foods, Bristlecone, Infosys, Fiat India, Nivea, Murugappa group, L&T, Syngenta, Rallis, Mahindra & Mahindra, Dabur, John Deere Tractors among others.His area of expertiseis Geo-Politics, Geography of Supply Chains, Demand Planning and Supply chain strategy.

 

Vivek Sarbhai, Director Customer Service & Logistics at Mondelez Middle East & Africa FZE, has 27+ years successful career as an executive level functional leader, working majorly in Asia Pacific (APAC), Middle East, and Africa (MEA) market for global organizations like P&G, Coca-Cola, Baxter, and Mondelez covering domain of Strategic Sourcing / Procurement, and Customer Service. He has managed IBP roll out in multiple countries.


Venue

Address:

Hotel Orchid, Mumbai

Fees

The investment for the ISCM Leadership Retreat Series on “Designing contemporary supply chains to cope with increasingly volatile operating environment” is Rs. 25000 + 18% GST, (the fee includes study material, breakfast and lunch)

 


Leadership Retreat Partner

INR 600,000/- Plus 18% GST

As a sponsor of the leadership retreat, you get exclusive access to the 30 Plus senior supply chain professionals during the retreat.

In addition, you will get:

  • Brochure/ literature inserts in the delegate bag
  • Branding on all pre-event marketing communications
  • Online branding presence on event website
  • Two standees at the venue during the retreat
  • Complimentary delegate passes to the retreat – Two

Registration

Cheque/DD should be payable in the name of “Institute of Supply Chain and Management Pvt. Ltd.”, Mumbai.
Mode of Payment: Cheque or NEFT

Bank Details:

Bank Name & Branch : Bank of Baroda, Sundernagar, Malad (W)

A/C Number : 35020200000131

Type of A/C : Current

IFSC/RTGS Code : BARB0SUNGOR (fifth character from left is zero)

Swift Code : BARBINBBIBK


Past Attendees

Delegates from the following firms have attended the Leadership retreat in the past.