Organisations must act with imperative when developing and implementing enhanced risk management practices, focusing on the opportunities scenario planning offers in creating pre-emptive action plans. Scenarios enable organisations to see the bigger picture and make effective trade-off decisions on issues like: how much stock to hold – and where, or how to balance the cost of inventory versus the cost of failing to satisfy customers.
This session will provide an overview of how the Future of Supply Chain Planning will look post Covid-19 and what are the best practices organisations can implement to future proof their supply chain planning needs.
The session will touch on:
* The impact of Covid-19 and what this means for supply chain planning
* The skills and attributes supply chain planners will require in the future
* The technology organisations will need to adopt to ensure best practice in supply chain planning
Our speakers include:
Henry Brunekreef is the Australian Operations Advisory Group and the National Leader for Supply Chain for KPMG Australia, specialising in supply chain strategy development and Target Operating Model design. Henry is an experienced senior business executive and supply chain management professional with over 23 years of industry and consultancy expertise in leading organisations to operational excellence. He has extensive domestic and international experience in all aspects of Supply Chain, Customer Service, Logistics, Project Management and Change Management.
Neil Gordon is Associate Director, Management Consulting, KPMG Australia
Daniel Kohut is Vice President, Solutions Advisor – APAC, Blue Yonder, an experienced Director in Solutions Consulting with a demonstrated history of working in the digital enterprise software industry. Skilled in Strategy, Value Engineering, Supply Chain Optimisation, operations management & process design.
This webinar is hosted by ASCI NSW Chapter and Michael Page.