2006 SUMMIT ON INDIAN MANUFACTURING COMPETITIVENESS
                                     August 2-4, 2006




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2006 SUMMIT ON INDIAN MANUFACTURING COMPETITIVENESS
                                      August 2-4, 2006

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2006 SUMMIT ON INDIAN MANUFACTURING COMPETITIVENESS
                                     August 2-4, 2006

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2006 SUMMIT ON INDIAN MANUFACTURING COMPETITIVENESS
                                     August 2-4, 2006

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2006 SUMMIT ON INDIAN MANUFACTURING COMPETITIVENESS
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2006 SUMMIT ON INDIAN MANUFACTURING COMPETITIVENESS
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2006 Summit on Indian Manufacturing Competitivenes

  1. 1. 2006 SUMMIT ON INDIAN MANUFACTURING COMPETITIVENESS August 2-4, 2006 2006 Summit On Indian Manufacturing Competitiveness: Global Manufacturing and Service Networks August 2-4, 2006 Sponsored by: Organized by: Centre for Global Logistics and Manufacturing Strategies, Indian School of Business Center for International Business Education and Research, Purdue University Deloitte Research Global Supply Chain Management Initiative, Purdue University National Science Foundation Global Business Institute, New York University www.isb.edu/SIMC2006 SUMMIT 2006 The second summit on India's manufacturing competitiveness will be held on August 2-4, 2006, at the Indian School of Business, Gachibowli, Hyderabad, campus. The conference is being co-hosted by the Center for Global Logistics and Manufacturing Strategies of the Indian School of Business, Deloitte Research, The Global Business Institute of the Stern School of Business at New York University, the National Science Foundation, and the Krannert School of Management at Purdue University. Major funding for US faculty participation in the academic conference was provided by the National Science Foundation. Manufacturing is the backbone of the economy. Global competitiveness in manufacturing fosters growth, productivity, and employment, and strengthens the agriculture and service sectors. Rapid advances in worldwide distribution systems and information technology, combined with a lowering of trade barriers, has led to the proliferation of global manufacturing and service networks designed to take advantage of low-cost wage structures and reach local markets.
  2. 2. 2006 SUMMIT ON INDIAN MANUFACTURING COMPETITIVENESS August 2-4, 2006 The 2006 Summit on Indian Manufacturing Competitiveness: Global Manufacturing and Service Networks will explore the challenges and opportunities of global supply chain management in India, and the successes of Indian enterprises operating in global industries. The Summit will help set the agenda to take the manufacturing industry to the next level of competitiveness, and focus on lessons learned from developed and emerging economies across North and South America, Western Europe, Central and Eastern Europe, and Asia- Pacific. An annual event, the Summit provides a continuing forum for leading industry experts, business executives, and academic researchers from around the world to share experiences, ideas, and industry-and firm-specific research focused on the growth of manufacturing sector, as India begins to exploit its industrial potential. The study of the competitiveness of global manufacturing and service networks demands expertise from diverse fields such as manufacturing operations, innovation and product development, sourcing strategies, supply chain network design and optimization, systems development and implementation, service network management, international trade, finance, and economics, international logistics and transportation. Topics to be addressed at the conference include, but are not limited to: • Global sourcing strategies • Logistics in emerging markets • Infrastructure supply chains • Distribution systems in emerging markets • New technologies for enhancing supply chain visibility • Value chain synchronization • Service innovation and service networks • Differential pricing of products and services • Integrated manufacturing and service networks • Foreign direct investment and International trade • Trade documentation automation • Design of special economic zones (SEZs) in China, India, and other emerging markets. • Manufacturing networks in automotive, pharmaceuticals and food The conference is organized in two parts: In the first, we have invited presentations from industry and government leaders, experts, and researchers. The second half of the conference will comprise leading academic researchers in the field focusing on problem solving, innovations and case studies. Original state of the art research publications are solicited for this part. This dual approach will provide participants with a view of the state of industry, leading current practices, as well as perspectives on the future developments in this emerging field. We plan to bring proceedings of the conference.
  3. 3. 2006 SUMMIT ON INDIAN MANUFACTURING COMPETITIVENESS August 2-4, 2006 PRELIMINARY LIST OF SPEAKERS Industry Days Gary Coleman, Global Managing Director for Manufacturing, Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Jagdish Khattar, Managing Director, Maruti Udyog Ltd. Kumar Kandaswami, Country Manufacturing Industry Leader, Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu India Private Limited Peter Koudal, Director of Global Manufacturing, Deloitte Research V. Krishnamurthy, Chairman, National Manufacturing Competitiveness Council Vikram Singh Mehta, Chairman, Shell India Limited Pawan Munjal, Managing Director & CEO, Hero Honda Motors Limited M.R. Rao, Dean, Indian School of Business Rangnath Salgame, President, India & SAARC Region, Cisco Systems India Pvt. Ltd B. Santhanam, Managing Director, Saint-Gobain Glass India Ltd Mallika Srinivasan, Director, TAFE Limited Anant Talaulicar, Chairman and Managing Director, Cummins India Ltd N. Viswanadham, Executive Director, Center for Global Logistics and Manufacturing Strategies, Indian School of Business Academic Day Yehuda Bassok, Professor and Chair of Information and Operations Management Department, Marshall School of Business, University of Southern California Vinayak Deshpande, Assistant Professor, Krannert School of Management, Purdue University Vishal Gaur, Assistant Professor, Department of Information, Operations and Management Science, Leonard N. Stern School of Business, New York University Ananth Iyer, Susan Bulkeley Butler Chair in Operations Management, Director, Global Supply Chain Management Initiative; Professor, Krannert School of Management, Purdue University Apurva Jain, Assistant Professor of Operations Management, University of Washington School of Business, Management Science Department, University of Washington
  4. 4. 2006 SUMMIT ON INDIAN MANUFACTURING COMPETITIVENESS August 2-4, 2006 Dr. Ravi Karumanchi, India Science Laboratory, General Motors Y. Narahari, Professor, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, Aleda Roth, Burlington Industries Distinguished Professor of Supply Chain Management, Clemson University Sridhar Seshadri, Toyota Professor of Operations Management and Information Systems, Leonard N. Stern School of Business, Kaufman Management Center, New York University Janat Shah, Professor, Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore J. George Shanthikumar, Professor, Industrial Engineering & Operations Research, University of California- Berkeley Milind Sohoni, Professor, Indian School of Business Jacobus Van Wyk, Associate Professor, Kelce School of Business, Pittsburg State University Bernard Y. Yeung, Abraham Krasnoff Professor in Global Business, Economics, and Strategy/Management; Vice-Director, Global Business Institute, Leonard N. Stern School of Business, New York University Youngchan Kim, Professor, Yonsei School of Business
  5. 5. 2006 SUMMIT ON INDIAN MANUFACTURING COMPETITIVENESS August 2-4, 2006 CONFERENCE REGISTRATION All participants are requested to register through the conference website: www.isb.edu/SIMC2006. The fee schedule is as follows: Dates General Academics/Government & Students Registration Policy Makers Before July 15 INR 5000 INR 1500 INR 1000 After July 15 INR 10000 INR 3000 INR 1500 For registrations of two or more participations from the same organization, a 10% discount will be given. For registrations of 5 or more participants from the same organization, a 25% discount will be given. Please note that there will be no refunds of registration fees after July 15, 2006. For further information and registration, please contact: Ms. Candice Francis, Development, Indian School of Business, Gachibowli, Hyderabad 500 019, India; Phone: (+91) (0) 40 2318 7532; Fax: (+91) (0) 40 2300 7012; Cell: (+91) (0) 9394568039; Email: simc2006@isb.edu. ACCOMMODATION AND ALTERNATE INFORMATION ISB's executive housing has limited accommodation available on a first-come-first-serve basis. For detailed charges and other information please visit the conference website at www.isb.edu/SIMC2006. Alternately, you may contact Ms. Candice Francis at simc2006@isb.edu.
  6. 6. 2006 SUMMIT ON INDIAN MANUFACTURING COMPETITIVENESS August 2-4, 2006 ORGANIZING COMMITTEE N. Viswanadham Executive Director, Center for Global Logistics and n_viswanadham@isb.edu Manufacturing Strategies, Indian School of Business, Hyderabad, India Milind Sohoni Assistant Professor of Management Science, OITM milind_sohoni@isb.edu Department, Indian School of Business, Hyderabad, India Sridhar Seshadri Toyota Professor of Operations Management, Leonard Stern sseshadr@stern.nyu.edu School of Business, Kaufman Management Center, New York, NY, USA Ananth Iyer Susan Bulkeley Butler Chair in Operations Management, aiyer@krannert.purdue.edu Director GSCMI, Krannert School of Management, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN USA Peter Koudal Director of Global Manufacturing, Deloitte Research, New pkoudal@deloitte.com York, NY, USA Kumar Country Manufacturing Industry Leader, Deloitte Touche kkumar@deloitte.com Kandaswami Tohmatsu India Private Limited, Chennai , India Candice Francis Development , Indian School of Business, Gachibowli, simc2006@isb.edu Hyderabad, India candice_francis@isb.edu Usha Mohan Center for Global Logistics and Manufacturing Strategies, usha_mohan@isb.edu Indian School of Business, Gachibowli, Hyderabad, India

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