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Chief Supply Chain Officer Forum June 21 23, 2011

  1. 1. Achieve competitive advantage by putting supply chain innovation at the core of your company’s growth strategy Dear Colleague, As American industry moves towards an era of unprecedented growth, and the associated risk, Fortune 500 CEOs are increasingly turning to their supply chains as a source of competitive advantage and innovation. This progression has been accompanied by the rise in importance of supply chain management executives, and the increasing appearance of Chief Supply Chain Officers (CSCOs) on management boards. Competition is no longer company vs. company, but supply chain vs. supply chain. The CSCO Forum is the place where the leaders of these operations gather to discover how to maximize the opportunity that this position of increased importance brings. The Chief Supply Chain Officer Forum is designed with the help of an Advisory Board that includes the Heads of Supply Chain for the world’s leading manufacturers, retailers and OEMs. Their knowledge and experience has enabled us to create a truly interactive forum in which you can benchmark your work, discuss your challenges with peers at your level, and walk away with a set of case studies and strategies that are immediately implementable. The aim is not to hold yet another conference – it’s to put you in a room with the best supply chain management practitioners in the industry and facilitate discussions and relationships that are guaranteed to make a huge difference to your work and your career. Unlike other events, the Chief Supply Chain Officer Forum is completely industry-led. This means you will hear from senior supply chain executives hand chosen by our Advisory Board, as well as carefully chosen industry analysts. With a dual focus on Innovation & Strategy, and Execution Excellence, don’t be surprised if your notes from this meeting become your most important strategy document for the year! With a focused agenda led by the most sought-after speakers, and sessions and networking events that guarantee a new set of the most exclusive contacts in the industry, the return on your time and investment is clear. So secure a front row seat for an unobstructed view of the future of strategic supply chain management. Reserve your place today and join the industry elite. Myself and the CSCO Forum team look forward to meeting you in Atlanta this June. Kind regards, Katharine O’Reilly Executive Director eyefortransport 1800 814 3459 ext.7207 koreilly@eft.com PS. The top-tier supply chain executives don’t leave their offices for just any conference – but you will find them at the CSCO Forum in Atlanta. Remember to secure your place beside them before March 24h for an extra $100 – a total $600 saving off the full price. See your unique discount code on the enclosed brochure. Register before March 24th and save a total of $600 off the package of your choice when you quote your unique discount code from the brochure – see details on how to book inside ►
  2. 2. Open Now to see why the Heads of Supply Chain from Best of Breed Manufacturers and Retailers attend this event – and no other! c c c c Chief Supply Chain Officer ForumJUNE 21-23, 2011 • Hilton Hotel, Atlanta CONFERENCE ► DEBATE & ANALYSIS ► INTERACTIVITY ► NETWORKING ► SAVE AN EXTRA $100 ($600 total) When you register before March 24th www.CSCOforum.com/2011 2ND ANNUAL THE MOST ELITE EVENT FOR SUPPLY CHAIN THOUGHT LEADERS Organized by: Achieve competitive advantage by putting supply chain innovation at the core of your company’s growth strategy NEW Interactive Sessions Focused on Innovation & Strategy, and Execution Excellence a Use SCM as a Market Differentiator a Evaluate Industry Mega-Trends & Economic Indicators a Raise Your Profile and Achieve Your Leadership Potential a Manage Global Supply Chain Complexity a Build a Demand-Driven Supply Chain a Learn from S&OP Expert Case Studies a Control Supply Chain Costs and Work with Your CFO a Foster Innovation and Deliver Best-in-Class Customer Service a Discover the New Economics of Outsourcing OVER 50 EXPERT SPEAKERS REVEAL KEY OPPORTUNITIES INCLUDING: eyefortransport’s supply chain strategy events are a world apart from other events I’ve been to. I’ve never heard the kind of thought-provoking, actionable and honest dialogue amongst peers anywhere else. Being here has changed my career outlook entirely. Charles Whitmer, VP Global Supply Chain, Riddell “ ” John Welling, VP Supply Chain Innovation Masao Nishi, VP Supply Chain Mgmnt. George Kavorkian, VP Supply Chain Operations Tom Dadmun, VP Supply Chain Mgmnt. Brian McClure, Dir. of Global Procurement & Supply Chain John Macksood, EVP Supply Chain David Beddingfield, VP Purch. & Supply Chain Mgmnt. Mani Janakiram, Director of Supply Chain Strategy Greg Aimi, Director of Supply Chain Research Kevin Wrenn, SVP PC Business and Product Ops Steve Sigrist, VP Supply Chain - Walmart Division Jill Marcotte, Chief Supply Chain Officer Charles W Kantz, VP Logistics & Warehousing Richard Sherman, Director Alejandro Enciso, VP Supply Chain Dave Presley, VP Supply Chain Nick Blawat, SVP Supply Chain Wendy Kleefeld, VP Supply Management Frank Diaz, SVP Distribution & Logistics Jacqueline Faseler, Global Director - Supply Chain Technology Owen Mitchell, Global Head of Procurement Nari Viswanathan, VP & Principal Analyst John B. Sorci, VP Global Operations Christopher Smith, Director of Supply Chain Planning Charles Armstrong, VP Supply Chain & Distribution Rob Bourriague, VP Operations Phil Hendricks, VP Supply Chain Americas Marcel Frielinck, VP Global Equipment Supply Chain Tim Riordan, VP Supply Chain Dennis Omanoff, SVP of CSCO, CPO Research & Media Partners: Visit www.CSCOforum.com/2011 for all the latest announcements
  3. 3. A few quick facts about the meeting in 2010: • Over 500 people attended across two tracks • 85% of attendees were supply chain & logistics industry management • Nearly half of the Fortune 100 sent at least one representative • 47 speakers shared knowledge & case studies over 3 days • 48 solution providers exhibited to demonstrate the latest solutions in the market • 91% of last years’ attendees advised they would highly recommend the event & plan to attend again Who will you meet at the CSCO Forum? Industry sectors include: Automotive • Food & Beverage • Chemicals & HazMat • Construction • Defense & Aerospace • Energy • Healthcare, Pharmaceuticals & Life Sciences • Hi-Tech & Electronics • Manufacturing • Industrial & Heavy Goods • Retail & CPG • Utilities • Fashion & Apparel • Oil & Gas • Public Sector • Telecommunications The variety of executives attending is extensive. I found it very valuable. Vanessa Parsooramen, Sourcing Manager - Supply Chain, The Walt Disney Company Well organized and very efficient. Excellent speakers. Jim Oakley, Director of International Operations, Oakley High-level speakers, good quality presentations, right topics. What more could I ask for? Mathias Dollak, Director Supply Chain, Sun Chemical For the full speaker line-up and the most up to date CSCO Forum information visit www.CSCOforum.com/2011 Welcome to the Chief Supply Chain Officer Forum THE MOST ELITE EVENT FOR SUPPLY CHAIN THOUGHT LEADERS Organized by: 57% Senior Supply Chain & Logistics Executives 22% Operations, Procurement, Manufacturing & Inventory Management Executives 11% IT Providers & Consultants 10% Media & Academia Achieve competitive advantage by putting supply chain innovation at the core of your company’s growth strategy Every recession has a silver lining. Or to put it another way, savvy businesses that have decided that recognizing the importance of supply chain management to the overall business strategy – rather than a purely operational function – are quietly gaining an edge. John T. Mentzer, Executive Director of Integrated Value Chain Forums at the University of Tennessee found clear evidence of the difference this recognition makes: “In benchmarking the Supply Chain Management (SCM) practices of hundreds of companies, we have learned that many companies actually achieve competitive advantage by leveraging the management of their supply chains.” In fact, the current economic climate remains potentially one of the best opportunities you could wish for. Pressing ahead with the right supply chain innovation strategy will pay off on a variety of levels. Especially if you’re fully prepared and aware of the risks. Learn from the Heads of supply chain of some of the world’s highest performing manufacturers, retailers & OEMs If you’ve attended the CSCO Forum before, you’ll know we set the gold standard in terms of the speakers we attract. Even by our own high standards, this year’s expert line-up is exceptional. The VP Supply Chains of Walmart, Home Depot, Sysco, McAfee, Fujitsu, Baxter, Gambro, Symantec, Dominos, Office Depot, Adtran, Xerox and Interface (to name a few) are eager to share their knowledge, discuss hot topics and issues, and answer your specific questions. When you come to examine the Forum Agenda, you’ll see how the sessions deliver big picture thinking on future strategies, with an emphasis on fostering the type of innovation that delivers outstanding performance and strengthens customer relationships. In addition there are a full set of networking opportunities. These enable you to discuss what you learn in the sessions with speakers, peers and analysts in personal conversations that will widen your network of key contacts. For many influential executives, the CSCO Forum is the only conference they leave the office for, and the opportunity to meet with them in an informal setting is rare and invaluable. Multiply that by the number of industry elite who will be in the room with you and the ROI on your attendance becomes unmistakable. With the new economy to contend with, never has there been a more crucial time in which to come together as industry colleagues and listen to our partners and competitors discuss the new shape of the market. This year’s event will give you fresh, relevant, and hugely authoritative insights into your own strategies. It’s your one chance to have a quality dialogue with world-renowned executives. I hope you’ll be able to join us in Atlanta. Kind regards, Katharine O’Reilly Executive Director eyefortransport We are proud to state that the CSCO Forum is the most elite and relevant event for supply chain management practitioners - this is our guarantee to you!
  4. 4. Refreshment breaks in the Exhibition Hall are a great time to network & visit booths Make a personal connection in special ‘Meet the Speaker’ sessions Join the CSCO Forum’s eNetworking Suite – a for the conference – and start planning your custom agenda and 1-to-1 meetings today visit www.CSCOforum.com/2011 What do you get if you attend the CSCO Forum? NEW Unrivaled Networking Opportunities in 2011 Our Annual Gala Dinner at a beautiful and historic Atlanta landmark is the most anticipated networking event One2One meetings can be facilitated in advance, so you’re sure to make the connections you need Hands-on working groups take you deeper into the most challenging issues Catch views of the Atlanta skyline from Ventana’s rooftop bar & helipad Organized by: With more executives attending and a bigger, more dynamic location, the Steering Committees have re-designed the program for this years’ event to include more targeted networking events and interactive sessions than ever before. These include: New Interactive Session Format Slide… click… slide… click…yawn... We’ve all sat through PowerPoint presentations, and we all know how repetitive they can be. That’s why we’ve created session formats with a difference: on-stage interviews, panel debates, customer case studies, and interactive Q&As using a second Chairman in amongst the audience ensure that you walk away from the sessions having heard insights and opinions you can’t find anywhere else. With this level of attendee in the room, the pointed questions of audience members will take our discussions to a new level. ‘Meet the Speakers’ Sessions Don’t let your nagging questions go unanswered – catch the speakers during this facilitated session to ask extra questions, have a one to one chat, and make a personal connection. One hour-long session on each day will be dedicated to connecting you with the high-powered speakers you want to walk away on first name terms with. They’re here to spend extra time speaking with you, not just from the stage but personally, to explore their presentation in more depth and make that essential personal connection. Off-Site Welcome Reception at Ventana’s Sponsored by Jones Lang LaSalle & Partners. Enjoy drinks, hors d’oeuvres, great company and amazing views of the Atlanta skyline – 5 minutes drive from the Hilton, transport to and from the venue provided throughout the night. This is the perfect chance to start meeting new contacts, and get a chance to win a helicopter flight over Atlanta taking off from the rooftop helipad on the evening! Executive Workshops & Topic Deep Dive Don’t miss the Summit’s most in-depth, hands-on learning, benchmarking and networking opportunity! Register for a Silver or Gold Pass, or a Workshop-only pass, and gain access to the Summit’s most intimate sessions. Walk away with a new toolkit and insights into The New Economics of Outsourcing, and work through the problems and stumbling points with senior executives at the same tables as you, as led by Kate Vitasek from the University of Tennessee - consistently our most popular speaker! Gourmet Coffee Breaks in the Exhibition Hall The attendees from all of the event delegations will come together during breaks to enjoy coffee, refreshments and conversations in the Exhibition Hall. Meet fellow attendees, visit the exhibitors, or film an interview with one of the industry media bodies present during these breaks. Networking Lunches & Themes Roundtable Working Groups Maximize your time by getting up-to-speed on the topics and issues most critical to your business over themed lunchtime Roundtable Working Groups. These hosted discussion sessions, focused on key aspects of ‘Future Strategy’ (Wednesday) and ‘Customers & Relationships’ (Thursday) will put you at a table with nine industry peers, including an expert in the area who will host the session and facilitate discussion. ‘Make a 3PL Connection’ Customer Meeting Session The supply chain and logistics executives who attend the CSCO Forum tell us that a bonus of their time spent at the event is the ability to meet senior management from logistics service providers who attend the co-located event for that industry. For those who are looking to outsource logistics and supply chain functions for the first time, or change providers, we’ll be facilitating one2one meetings with 3PL representatives– a fantastic opportunity to meet conveniently with future business partners. These meetings are timetabled prior to the event. Media & Industry Association Side Meetings Most of the industry press, and many national and international media will be covering the event, and we will be setting-up press conferences for executives who have a message to get across, including filming sessions with the two video crews who will be filming from on-site studios. Many of our official Media Partners will also have dedicated space in the Exhibition & Networking Hall where you can meet their editors, and get more information about their publications. In addition, a number of industry councils and associations hold member meetings at the event, which you may be interested to join. These include AST&L, the Supply Chain Council, the Annual Third Party Logistics Study team, and the CapGemini Supply Chain Deep-Dive Research meeting. Awards Ceremony & Gala Networking Dinner The jewel on the event networking crown. Join us as we enjoy a glamourous evening of wine, gourmet food and excellent company. All of the industry high-achievers will be at this decadent Gala Dinner to network with the key players of 2011. This year’s fabulous venue is the Georgia Aquarium - the world’s largest, with views of whale sharks and beluga whales, and a gourmet meal from celebrity Chef Wolfgang Puck’s kitchen! eNetworker Messaging Software Access The eNetworker tool is the ‘LinkedIN’ of the conference world, and makes onsite networking 10 times more valuable by ensuring you find and meet personally with your key targets. It’s incredibly easy to use, completely private, and will ensure you meet the contacts that will strengthen the future of your business. The eNetworker is up and running now, and you gain instant access the moment you register! 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
  5. 5. Workshop places are very limited, to ensure the numbers required for the intimate, hands-on format. Register for your workshop pass today before they sell out. See the latest event updates and list of confirmed attendees of the 2011 CSCO Forum on www.CSCOforum.com/2011 Industry Analysts & Influencers In addition to the practitioners speaking, you’ll also here from a few select industry analysts, researchers and key influencers who have been hand selected by our Advisory Board. These experts will give you unprecedented and vital insight into the long-range movements in your market. Rosalyn Wilson, Senior Analyst of Delcan Corporation Jeff Berman, Group News Editor of Logistics Management Nari Viswanathan, VP & Principal Analyst of The Aberdeen Group Richard Sherman, Director of The Supply Chain Council Simon Ellis, Supply Chain Strategies Director of IDC Manufacturing Insights Mark Soloman, Senior Editor of DC Velocity Day One Tuesday June 21, 2011 Executive Workshops Platinum Sponsor Gold Sponsors Silver Sponsors Platinum Exhibitors Gold Exhibitors The Chief Supply Chain Officer Forum workshops are always the most popular day of the event. These are the most hands-on, interactive and incredibly educational sessions, ensuring you walk away with a toolkit like no other. To foster interactivity and teamwork, we must keep workshop numbers low, so please register for them early as they sell out far in advance of the rest of the event. 1pm - Introduction & Ice-Breaker Workshop Chairman: Greg Aimi, Director of Supply Chain Research of Gartner Greg Aimi brings 25 years of business experience within supply chain and technology to his position as research director at Gartner’s AMR Research. He researches and analyzes supply chain best practices and the technologies that support them, including global logistics and distribution, supply chain visibility, and logistics outsourcing. Greg advises clients on the impact these areas have on overall company performance. He was one of the pioneers who defined and developed supply chain execution systems - the integration of transportation, warehousing, supply execution and order fulfillment across an integrated supply chain network. 1.20pm - The New Economics of Outsourcing In this hands-on session, we focus on the new dynamics that will transform the way shippers and 3PLs approach outsourcing relationship decisions. With new research findings and a wealth of case studies, we’ll identify the 10 inherent ailments in today’s flawed and old-school outsourcing agreements, and see where these ticking time bombs might be lurking within every company. We’ll then see the 5 key rules for a successful outsourcing agreement, setting the stage for companies to take their relationships to the next level, and yielding big benefits for both parties. ► Get in-depth insight on the economics of outsourcing in the context of the new, unpredictable economic background ► Understand why you need to think about economic principles, not just pricing, when you strike initial outsourcing agreements and governance structure Led by Kate Vitasek*, Faculty Member at the University of Tennessee’s Center for Executive Education *Back by popular demand since being voted most popular speaker for her workshop session in 2010, with all new material and ground-breaking research Kate Vitasek is an author, thought leader and business consultant in the area of Supply Chain Management, and founder of Supply Chain Visions. She was recently recognized a as a“Rainmaker”in by DC Velocity Magazine, and has given over 100 speeches at industry groups and universities on the topic of Supply Chain Management and Performance Management. Break-Out Discussions & Coffee: Your Outsourcing Challenges This is your chance to bring your issues to the table, and discuss this year’s most pressing outsourcing challenges with a small group of executives who face the same challenges as you. Learn from their experiences as the workshop experts lead small groups through focused discussions. 6pm - Welcome Reception at Ventana’s Rooftop Bar Enjoy drinks, hors d’oeuvres, great company and amazing views of the Atlanta skyline. Five minutes drive from the Hilton, transport to and from the venue is provided throughout the night. This is the perfect chance to start meeting new contacts, and get a chance to win a helicopter flight over Atlanta taking off from the rooftop helipad on the evening! Sponsored by Jones Lang LaSalle, Shipyard Creek Ocean Terminal & CenterPoint Intermodal Center. Industry Experts Speaking include: Dan Gilmore, Editor of Supply Chain Digest Greg Aimi, Director of Supply Chain Research of Gartner Kate Vitasek, Faculty Member at the University of Tennessee’s Center for Executive Education Brad Berger, President of SupplyChainBrain Howard Abramson, Publisher & Editorial Director at Transport Topics Brian Everett, Executive Director of NASSTRAC Executive Workshop
  6. 6. Follow eyefortransport on at twitter.com/eyefortransport for the latest industry insights “Excellent learning event with real world speakers. Great opportunity to see what the rest of the industry is doing.” Bob Donner, General Manager – Logistics, BlueLinx 7am - Registration & Networking Breakfast Start the day off right with a networking breakfast attended by all Forum participants, speakers and moderators. This intimate and informal morning meal will get you in the mood for the day’s first session as you discuss your goals for the day with other high level attendees. Meet them now and establish the career-changing connections you can follow-up in the afternoon! 8.15am - Chairman’s Opening Address & Scene-Setting Richard Sherman, Director of The Supply Chain Council 8.30am - SCM as a Market Differentiator Put supply chain at the core of corporate success Competition is no longer company vs. company, but supply chain vs. supply chain. Attend this session to hear what the supply chain executive’s strategic agenda must include this year, and how to work to the goals of the Board, ► Learn to speak the language of the CEO, CFO and Board by examining every supply chain decision in light of the impact on the bigger business ► Deal with escalating customer service demands and volatility with confidence ► Transform your supply chain into a source of innovation and profit, rather than a cost center John Welling, VP Supply Chain Innovation of Walmart John Macksood, EVP Supply Chain of Dominos Pizza Frank Diaz, SVP Distribution & Logistics of PriceSmart George Kavorkian, VP Supply Chain Operations of Office Depot Led by: Simon Ellis, Practice Director – Supply Chain Strategies of IDC Manufacturing Insights 12pm - On-Stage Interview: The Emergence of the Chief Supply Chain Officer eyefortransport’s Global Chief Supply Chain Officer Surveys have shown a consistent increase in the number of Best-in-Class companies that have supply chain representation at the board level. Nevertheless, the old stereotype of supply chain as cost center is a hard one to do away with. In this live on-stage interview, the SVP Worldwide Supply Chain of $550 million internet security giant McAfee speaks to SupplyChainBrain’s Brad Berger about the unique opportunities that currently exist for a CSCO to enhance their image, and harness leadership and talent management skills. Attend this unique live Q&A, and bring your own questions and views to the mix. On-Stage Interview featuring: Dennis Omanoff, SVP Worldwide Supply Chain, Procurement, & Corporate Real Estate of McAfee Brad Berger, President & Publisher of SupplyChainBrain 12.30pm - Lunchtime Working Groups: Future Strategy & Innovation Themed Maximize your time by getting up-to-speed on the topics and issues most critical to your business over themed lunchtime Roundtable Working Groups. These hosted discussion sessions, focused on key aspects of‘Future Strategy & Innovation’, will put you at a table with nine industry peers, including an expert in the area who will host the session and facilitate discussion. This is the time to take what you’ve learned in this morning’s sessions and delve deeper into the implications for your business, while benchmarking and networking with fellow attendees. Day Two Wednesday June 22, 2011 Future Strategy & Innovation Focus Day 10am - Coffee &‘Meet the Speakers’in the Exhibition Hall Don’t let your nagging questions go unanswered – catch the speakers during this facilitated session to ask extra questions, have a one to one chat, and make a personal connection. One hour -long session on each day will be dedicated to connecting you with the high- powered speakers you want to walk away on first name terms with. They’re here to spend extra time speaking with you, not just from stage but personally, to explore their presentation in more depth and make that essential personal connection. Meanwhile, the attendees will come together during breaks to enjoy coffee, refreshments and conversations in the Exhibition Hall. Meet fellow attendees, visit the exhibitors, or film an interview with one of the industry media present. 11am - Working with the CFO Supply chain finance and cost control excellence Your supply chain secret weapon isn’t a new technology you haven’t heard of – they’re right under your nose: your CFO, the key to supply chain management excellence. ► Discover the value that working closely with your CFO can bring to your SCM strategy, and the difference that relationship makes to your results ► Get the right metrics put in place to measure and fine tune performance, manage costs and capital flow effectively, and avoid risk management pitfalls ► Close the gap between the lip service commonly paid to the importance of SCM and actually allocating the resources and experience needed to optimize performance John B. Sorci, VP Global Operations of Symantec Owen Mitchell, Global Head of Procurement of Pearson Marcel Frielinck, VP Global Equipment Supply Chain of Xerox Oswaldo Salazar, Director of Strategic Sourcing & Supply Chain of Winn-Dixie Moderator: Andrew Reese, Editor of Supply & Demand Chain Executive PLENARY SESSIONS: FUTURE STRATEGY & INNOVATION Meet the Heads of some of America’s Best-in-Class supply chains. One by one, they will explain how they are forming strategy and fostering innovation, with live feedback from analysts, moderators, and audience members. And plenty of time for you to ask questions and meet them. Strategy Session 1 Strategy Session 2 Lunch Roundtables
  7. 7. Strategy Session 4Strategy Session 3 2pm - Rise of the Chief Supply Chain Officer Raise your profile and achieve your leadership potential – A DOs and DON’Ts Interactive Session When your CEO turns to you to lead your company into the new era of profit, will you be ready? Attend this session to discover how leading supply chain executives approach their position of increased importance in this volatile market, in a unique, audience polling format. ► Evolve into designer, manager and steward: discover how leading CSCOs are getting the balancing act right ► Drive performance in a fast-changing global environment and reach your leadership objectives ► Position yourself as the key leader in supply chain modernization, and bring your business skills to bear on tomorrow’s supply chain challenges Jill Marcotte, Chief Supply Chain Officer of Dealer Tire Alejandro Enciso, VP Supply Chain of Baxter Dennis Omanoff, SVP Worldwide Supply Chain, Procurement, & Corporate Real Estate of McAfee Moderator: Nari Viswanathan, VP & Principal Analyst of The Aberdeen Group 3pm - Coffee &‘Make a 3PL Connection’Optional Logistics Service Provider Meeting Session in the Exhibition Hall The supply chain and logistics executives who attend the Chief Supply Chain Officer Forum tell us that a bonus of their time spent at the event is the ability to meet senior management from logistics service providers who attend the co-located event for that industry. For those who are looking to outsource logistics and supply chain functions for the first time, or change providers, we’ll be facilitating one2one meetings with 3PL representatives– a fantastic opportunity to meet conveniently with future business partners. These meetings are timetabled prior to the event. Please contact Katharine O’Reilly at koreilly@eft.com for further details on scheduling meetings. 4pm - Industry Mega-Trends & Economic Outlook Discover opportunities in new and existing markets as we put the analysts best predictions for the year to come to the test This year respected business intelligence firms Gartner and IDC Manufacturing Insights have both got out their crystal balls and published sets of Supply Chain Predictions. Now we put these to the test with a critical debate between the analysts, the supply chain executives, and the 3PLs. ► Attend this session to hear how the Heads of 3 major Supply Chains disclose how they intend to respond to the next shifts in industry growth, as they cast a cynical eye on the predictions. Plus the CEOs of FedEx SCS, UPS Freight, and DB Schenker add their views ► Hear peer, customer and analyst advice as we wade through the hype and get to the heart of the industry mega-trends and the real indicators of economic outlook ► We go through the Top 10 Industry Predictions and either take them down or uphold them one by one, so that you walk away with the best picture of the year The Supply Chain Executives Nick Blawat, SVP Supply Chain of Feeding America Kevin Wrenn, SVP PC Business and Product Operations of Fujitsu Microelectronics Charles Armstrong, VP Supply Chain & Distribution of The Home Depot The 3PL Management Craig Simon, CEO of FedEX Supply Chain Jack Holmes, President of UPS Freight Heiner Murmann, CEO USA of DB Schenker The Analysts Greg Aimi, Director of Supply Chain Research of Gartner Simon Ellis, Supply Chain Strategies Director of IDC Manufacturing Insights Moderator: Dan Gilmore, Editor of Supply Chain Digest 5.30pm - Networking Drinks Join the who’s who of the industry at the prestigious networking reception, and take the time to forge relationships that will make a difference to your career. This is a great time to meet all of the speakers and delegates you want to know, and start conversations that you can continue at this evening’s Gala Dinner. 6.15pm - 5th Annual Gala Dinner at the Georgia Aquarium The jewel on the event networking crown. Previously held at such Atlanta landmarks as the National History Museum and the Fox Theatre, this year we’re taking it up a notch with a sumptuous dinner at the spectacular Georgia Aquarium, just a few minutes away from the Summit hotel. Join the entire event delegation for a magical evening of glamorous networking. From within the Ocean View Ballroom of the world’s largest aquarium, with over eight million gallons of water, we’ll dine on the food from the celebrated celebrity Chef Wolfgang Puck, while enjoying a close-up view of whale sharks, beluga whales and more as they swim past the glass wall. Between the atmosphere, the food and the elite company, this is an evening not to be missed! Each dinner table will be hosted by two of the elite speakers, making this an unmissable relationship-building opportunity. Join the CSCO Forum group and see who else is attending in your network Day Two Wednesday June 22, 2011 Future Strategy & Innovation Focus Day
  8. 8. Strategy Session 5 Lunch Roundtables “The knowledge and experience available was of the highest class” Pieter Lemmer, Strategic Sourcing Analyst, Halliburton Strategy Session 7 Check out the latest speaker line-up and session announcements at www.CSCOforum.com/2011 7.30am - Registration & Networking Breakfast Start the day off right with a networking breakfast attended by all Forum participants and speakers. 8.30am - Manage Global Supply Chain Complexity Reach new markets with visibility and control The increasing complexity of global supply chains means longer lead times, more pipeline inventory, and higher costs. At the same time,‘expanding into new markets’is cited as a top SCM goal. Take a step back and explore the radical solutions global supply chain management demands. ► Get the strategies to ensure you’re ready and able to deal with the rising business complexity of managing an increasingly global network ► Tackle global inventory through supplier collaboration ► Gain supply chain advantage in emerging markets: leverage strategic partnerships and new technologies to optimize distribution channels and route to market Tim Riordan, VP Supply Chain of Interface David Beddingfield, VP Purchasing & Supply Chain Management of Meyer Sound Labs Mani Janakiram, Director of Supply Chain Strategy of Winn-Dixie Brian McClure, Director of Global Procurement & Supply Chain of MeadWestvaco Thomas Colby, VP Business Development of PINC Solutions Moderator: Richard Sherman, Director of The Supply Chain Council 10am - Coffee &‘Meet the Speakers’in the Exhibition Hall Catch the speakers during this facilitated session to ask questions and make a personal connection. One hour-long session on each day will be dedicated to connecting you with the high- powered speakers you want to walk away on first name terms with. They’re here to spend extra time speaking with you, to explore their presentation in more depth and make that essential personal connection over coffee and refreshments. 1pm - S&OP Expert Case Studies Find the tools, own the process, and take control of this essential responsibility Spear-heading a customer-centric supply chain means meeting demand and driving profitability. To do this successfully, you need to be on top of the latest S&OP developments and strategies. ► Strengthen your supply chain through the development of a push-pull model ► Attain higher customer service levels, lower inventory, shorter lead times, increased flexibility, and increased production productivity ► Understand the limitations of a solely customer- driven approach, and work with your customers to shape and influence demand Tom Dadmun, VP Supply Chain Management of Adtran Steve Sigrist, VP Supply Chain – Walmart Division of Newell Rubbermaid Jacqueline Fraseler, Global Director - Supply Chain Technology Center of Dow Chemical Dave Priesley, VP Supply Chain of REI Moderator: Mark Solomon, Editor of DC Velocity 2.30pm - Keep SCOR & Foster Innovation in Your Supply Chain Comprised of processes, best practices, enabling technologies and performance metrics, the SCOR model is a standard operations reference model which will assist you in defining your supply chain processes from end to end, and achieve a lean, agile supply chain. ► Find out how the SCOR model will enable you to continuously benchmark, assess and improve your systems and operations ► Preview the new key performance metrics ► Learn how to leverage the SCOR model to benchmark your operations and remain on top of the game Richard Sherman, Director of The Supply Chain Council 3.40pm - Forum Close See session updates and speaker additions at www.CSCOforum.com/2011 Day Three Thursday June 23, 2011 Execution Excellence Focus Day 11am - Build a Demand-Driven Supply Chain Achieve forecast accuracy and flexibility Combine supply chain visibility and agility to deliver a responsive supply chain that can quickly identify and react to changes in supply, demand, and execution threats and opportunities. ► Reduce inventory at all levels and decrease lead times ► Improve supply chain responsiveness and ensure that enterprise resources use is optimized, and customer satisfaction is maximized ► Learn how leading supply chain practitioners are using demand planning to usher their operation into a new era of streamlined success Phil Hendricks, VP Supply Chain Americas of Gambro Masao Nishi, VP Supply Chain Management of Sysco Christopher Smith, Director of Supply Chain Planning of Shure Charles W. Kantz, VP Logistics & Warehousing of Bakers Footwear Rob Bourriague, VP Operations of Slam Brands David Zaleski, Supply Chain & Logistics Market Manager of Dematic Moderator: Brian Everett, Executive Director of NASSTRAC 12pm - Lunchtime Working Groups: Customer & Relationship Themed Maximize your time by getting up-to-speed on the topics and issues most critical to your business over themed lunchtime Roundtable Working Groups. These hosted discussion sessions, focused on key aspects of‘Customer & Relationships’, will put you at a table with nine industry peers, including an expert in the area who will host the session and facilitate discussion. PLENARY SESSIONS: EXECUTION EXCELLENCE FOCUS DAY Building on the lessons learned yesterday, we move from Strategy to Execution, and examine tools, data and talent needed to ensure your innovative SCM vision is followed through. Your strategy is only as good as your team’s ability to execute it, so don’t miss these essential sessions! Strategy Session 6 Strategy Session 8
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