Supply Chain Management Webinar (1 Hour)

Overview: 

Procurement and supply chain management teams are responsible for more than just driving down costs.  They're also accountable for boosting customer satisfaction, mitigating supplier risk for responsible outsourcing, and freeing up working capital. In this webinar, an expert will explore the benefits of digital technology, advanced analytics, and modern processes for improving the procurement and supply chain experience, with a focus on:

  • The current state of supply chain
  • Outlook for the future
  • End-to-end planning
  • Digital supply chain

 

Objective: 

To provide businesses with guidance on the benefits of digital technology, advanced analytics, and modern processes for improving the procurement and supply chain experience.

Emphasis: 
  • Current State of Supply Chain
    – Where to start?
    – Planning and opportunities
    – “Divide and Conquer” approach
    – Disconnected functions
    – Software and technology
       providers
    – Digital adoption
  • Future State Point of View
    – The impact of globalization
    – Enhanced partner cooperation
    – Leveraging digital innovation
    – The “Digital Twin” to connect
       systems
    – Hyperconnected supply chain
  • The Importance of End-to-End Planning
    – Integrated Planning & Execution
       (IP&E)
    – Process Alignment
    – Partner integration
    – Automating performance
       management
    – Key Performance Indicators
       (KPIs)
    – Digital assets
    – Financial integration benefits
  • Connected Planning & Evolution of the Digital Supply Chain
    – The role of predictive analytics
    – The impact of COVID-19
    – Digital technologies
       (cybersecurity and cloud)
  • Front of Mind Use Case for Digital Supply Chain
    – E-commerce and COVID
       spending
    – Gridlock created by higher
       demand and lower productivity
    – Service reliability
    – Logistics and inventory
    – New supply chain talent
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Prerequisite: 

None.

Preparation: 

No advance preparation required.

Level of Knowledge: 

Overview.

CPE Credit: 
1.00
NASBA Field of Study: 
Finance