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  • 1. IQPC, the global leader in Process Excellence events, presents: Global Lean Maximise the speed, efficiency & reliability of your end-to-end Supply Supply Chain Chain by embedding extended Lean strategies Optimisation 2008 Optimise your supply chain by mastering how to: 19th – 21st May 2008 ● Adapt Lean tools to the supply chain environment by Café Royal, London UK focusing on value stream processes, data collection and integrating SCOR, Lean and Six Sigma Hear all this from an unrivalled global speaker panel: ● Promote a greener business model - Deploy Lean to remove waste from your entire end-to-end supply chain Jaguar & Landrover ● Create the perfect balance between Lean and agility for Sara Lee International a cost effective, yet flexible supply, chain functionality HP ● Build in Lean logistics and secure supply through rolling Lockheed INSYS out Lean thinking to your suppliers and 3rd party logistics Areva T&D partners GKN Plc ● Provide for the customer by optimising demand planning: Lean warehousing and procurement, JIT Rockwell Automation methodologies and new advances in tracking and demand Cintas Corporation forecasting Book before Givaudan PLUS: 3 hands on workshops 14th March and SAVE up to Babcock Marine A: Integrating the Supply Chain Reference Model £300 Supply Chain Council B: A beginners guide to Lean implementation C: Logistics Excellence at LSPs SC21 Project Office, SBAC IBM Global Business Services Novozymes A/S Just take a look at the feedback from IQPC’s wider Lean portfolio: “Excellent! Great ground to interact with like-minded peer groups – lots to learn” Reliance Industries Group Prabhakar Ronad, Reliance Industries Group, 3rd Annual European Lean, Six Sigma & Process Improvement Summit Supacat "Good Exchange of important information. Excellent discussions" Robert Bosch GmbH Andreas Olpeter,Arvatc Services, Pharma Supply Chain Optimisation Bestlog, Berlin Institute of Lead sponsor: Official Logistics Presented in Media Partners Technology IT Publication: Association with: European Organisation for Quality SOLE - The International Society of Logistics Saïd Business School, 15% discount on 1 year University of Oxford iSixSigma magazine subscription +44 (0)20 7368 9300 enquire@iqpc.co.uk +44 (0)20 7368 9301 0800 652 2363 www.iqpc.com/uk/leansc
  • 2. PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP DAY: 19th May 2008 WORKSHOP A: 8.30 – 11.30 Integrating the Supply Chain Reference Model (SCOR) with Lean for a strategic implementation framework This workshop will guide participants in the use of the SCOR framework and implementation SCOR project roadmap, together with the power of Lean techniques, for supply • How SCOR enables you to address, improve, and communicate supply chain chain optimisation.While SCOR focuses its power on description and management practices within and between all interested parties characterisation of supply chains quickly and efficiently, Lean introduces a wide • Using SCOR to describe your supply chain by using process building blocks variety of powerful analytic techniques, along with continuous performance • How SCOR can create a strategic framework to Lean implementation and improvement that focuses on eliminating waste. significantly increase the business benefits and ROI This workshop will include: Douglas Kent, SCOR, Lean & Six Sigma Knowledge Expert, Supply Chain • A review of the basics of SCOR Council • Using SCOR as a diagnostic tool for supply-chain management and Lean WORKSHOP B: 11.45 – 1.45 Back to basics: A beginners guide to Lean implementation Designed for supply chain and operating professionals this workshop will walk you • Project selection: Picking Lean projects that will make a difference to your through how to quickly and efficiently implement basic Lean tools and make a business radical difference in your business functions. • Simulation exercises:Apply the Lean tools to differing business scenarios from your own business Shreesh Kate, an experienced Lean Six Sigma professional across numerous business functions will walk you through the techniques and some real life case Shreesh Kate, VP & Lean Six Sigma Deployment Leader, Corporate Support examples of Lean projects in a supply chain environment. Core learning will be Services, Reliance Industries Group delivered via, diagrams, project walk-throughs and simulation exercises. Reliance Industries Ltd (RIL), a Fortune 500 Company, is one of the world’s largest Petrochemicals manufacturers and India’s largest business enterprise. A Chartered Accountant by education Shreesh is currently spearheading the Lean Six Sigma Deployment at RIL, as executive member of the Corporate Apex Take away: Committee and as Deployment Leader for Services. He has a broad range of deployment experience and is • An introduction to the core Lean tools and how to use them (VSM, Root cause also a certified Business Excellence Award Assessor for the EFQM model and a trained practitioner of Lean analysis, JIT, Kaizen, Lean metrics & Future Reality Diagrams) Six Sigma for several years.With over 22 years of work experience Shreesh has innovatively applied Lean Six • Knowing when to use each tool and get the most value out of them Sigma to transactional shared services in ERP environment. Lunch provided WORKSHOP C: 2.30 – 5.30 Logistics Excellence at LSPs – Measuring logistics success and improving sustainable growth This practitioner-oriented workshop about logistics excellence for LSPs will take • Define generic and business model specific logistics success factors for LSPs a close look at the challenges of measuring success and defining metrics in the • Discuss the need for a European-wide LSP rating context of the mega trends e.g. logistics outsourcing in emerging markets, • Define actions for policy makers in Europe challenges of sustainability and security and logistics technologies. • Evaluate management concepts – Using Lean, benchmarking, best practice or The workshop is part of a series of other international workshops of the innovation management to improve your practices bestLog project providing real practitioner insights and associated Peter Franke, M.Sc. (LSE); Project Manager, Berlin Institute of research/survey results. Technology The moderators will present research results and case studies; among those first Balkan Tufan Cetinkaya, Project Manager Research, Berlin Institute results of an international (China, Russia, Brazil) survey “LSP in the year 2015+” of Technology and good practice solutions of international LSP. Dr Richard Cuthbertson, Saïd Business School, University of Oxford Wojciech Piotrowicz, Saïd Business School, University of Oxford This workshop is your opportunity to: The bestLog project (bestLog.org), initiated by the European Commission, is establishing an exchange platform • Understand the megatrends (technology, environment, security, mega cities, for the improvement of SCM practice across Europe. BestLog aims to improve logistics/SCM practice by inter and intra sector exchange of good practices - Lean, agile and sustainability in Europe, and to achieve a better etc.) and their impact on LSPs’ business models – First results of the SC2015+ match between EC policies and business decisions. survey of the TU-Berlin Lead Sponsor IBM is a $99bn technology and services company with innovation at its core. IBM Global Business Services consultants have expertise across key business areas and deep into 17 industries in This is exemplified by: virtually every country and every culture in the world. Specialisms include Financial Management, Human Resource • 15 consecutive years of being granted the highest number of US patents; and Management, Customer Relationship Management, Information Technology and Supply Chain Management. The • In 2007 AMR Research rated the IBM supply chain as the fourth best in the Supply Chain practice focuses on Strategy and Logistics, Product Lifecycle Management, Procurement, Lean Supply world. Chain, Product Lifecycle Management,Asset Lifecycle Management and Green Supply Chain. www.ibm.com/services/bcs/uk/ Tel: +44 (0) 208 832 5000 Media Partners Logistics Today serves the logistics and supply of 15 000 senior supply chain professionals who are responsible for analysis, viewpoints and unbiased case studies to steer executives and supply chain management community, providing information manufacturing, warehousing and logistics. management professionals through the complicated, yet critical, world of supply and resources for the management of corporate and and demand chain enablement, to gain competitive advantage. outsourced logistics functions. It's monthly format The Society of British Aerospace Companies www.SDCExec.com. includes news, trends, case histories, and feature (SBAC) is the UK's national trade association articles highlighting best practices, process improvement, technology, and other representing companies supplying civil air transport, SOLE - The International Society of Logistics is a non- related subjects. In addition, Logistics Today provides on-line content and aerospace defence, homeland security and space. SBAC profit, international professional society devoted to electronic newsletters through www.logisticstoday.com. encompasses the British Airports Group.Together with its scientific, educational and literary regional partners, SBAC represents over 2,600 companies, endeavours to enhance the art and science of logistics Supply Chain Europe is the market leading assisting them in developing new business globally, technology, education and management. Membership publication for the European supply chain facilitating innovation and competitiveness and providing regulatory services in SOLE - The International is open to all individuals and companies working, professional or for those whose seniority and technical standards and accreditation. Society of Logistics studying or interested in the career fields of logistics position now demands that they keep pace with technology, management, engineering, education, product current thinking, strategy and developments. Supply Chain Europe covers solutions Supply & Demand Chain Executive is the support and physical distribution. that enable European businesses to improve the way they make, store and ship executive's user manual for successful supply their products. It's the only magazine with a controlled Pan-European circulation chain transformation, utilising hard-hitting Official Logistics IT Publication Presented in association with Preferred Membership Association Manufacturing & Logistics IT is the only IT specific end- iSixSigma.com is the world's leading online Don’t miss the opportunity to join the user magazine for all sectors of the supply chain, promoting content provider for the Six Sigma community. It only organization, The International the effective use of IT hardware and software solutions for provides the most comprehensive and essential Society of Six Sigma Professionals improving supply chain operations.The magazine informs (ISSSP), committed to promoting the resources to hundreds of thousands of quality adoption, advancement and integration of readers about how technological developments and professionals each month. applications for collaborative supply chains are enabling all Six Sigma in business.The ISSSP Community supports this mission kinds of businesses to operate efficiently.We provide through advocacy and awareness efforts; information about innovative supply chain IT products and iSixSigma Magazine is the premier guide to successfully implementing Six professional recognition and development; their applications, with market sector leaders and leading IT and by serving as an information and players contributing their insight and knowledge on how the Sigma. Every other month the magazine referral source. Nonmembers attending use of appropriate technology can add significant value to an delivers strategies, indispensable insights, this event will receive a registration pack on site to apply for organisation's operations. For the latest news, and free subscription to the magazine or profiles, methodologies, benchmarking and tools dedicated to helping its 25% discount on a one year membership to ISSSP. weekly e-newsletter visit: http://www.logisticsit.com/ readers resolve today's complex business issues. www.isssp.com +44 (0)20 7368 9300 enquire@iqpc.co.uk +44 (0)20 7368 9301 0800 652 2363 www.iqpc.com/uk/leansc
  • 3. Main Conference Day One: 20th May 2008 Creating the business case for Lean Supply Chain 8.00 Coffee & Registration 9.00 Chairman’s Opening Address BALANCING LEAN WITH BUSINESS OBJECTIVES Frank Steer, President, European Organisation for Quality Formerly Director General of The Chartered Quality Institute (CQI) and Director 1.20 Focusing on the customer: Keeping the ultimate goal in sight Supply Chain Operations, MoD, Frank now sits as the President for the European • Looking externally:The importance of always keeping the customer's Organisation for Quality, bringing extensive experience from both the public and perspective in mind private sector • Knowing where your business value lies: Ensuring that the drive for efficiency does not harm your strategic value proposition • Translating Lean from the traditional operational standpoint to a SUPPLIER COLLABORATION, 3PL & customer orientated strategy EXTENDED VALUE CHAINS • Measuring and analysing the value trade-offs in supply chain decisions Mildo Bleeker, Orian Programme Manager, Supply Chain, Givaudan 9.10 Applying Lean techniques to develop and synchronise the extended supply chain 2.00 Harnessing the business benefits:Truly transforming your future GKN are applying Lean thinking across the wider supply chain through supply chain with Lean KEYNOTE PRESENTATION Extended Value Stream Mapping, to ensure that they deliver improved value This session will showcase the true business benefits that implementing to customers. In this session Peter will give you a working insight into the Lean deep into your extended supply chain can bring focussing on the key points and obstacles to overcome in achieving benefit across the entire drivers of shareholder value. Learn from the challenges and successes of value chain. some of the worlds leading companies, in order to build your perfect • Moving from an internal to extended value stream mapping (VSM) model programme for Lean supply chain implementation, and to ensure you • Applying VSM across multiple sites and customers capture the full ROI and business benefits it promises. IBM will give you an • Achieving supply chain synchronisation from production to point of in depth insight into to some of their customers Lean supply chain customer programmes and how you too can: Peter Watkins, Global Lean Enterprise & Business Excellence Director, • Build and communicate the business case for Lean: Building in the GKN Plc capability to increase the speed, frequency and capacity to deliver to the customer 9.50 Keeping it simple: Case studies in complex Lean supply chain • Apply Lean to product development processes and in the design of the management and delivering ROI new product supply chain Every business supply chain is different. Understanding it and managing it • Learn about the ‘Trade off’s’: Define and analyse the most critical parts of successfully and efficiently is vital for business success. Selling, producing and your supply chain choices and how to ensure they are both efficient and shipping vehicles to approximately 150 countries worldwide, using more agile than 18,000 different parts from 1,000 suppliers located across the globe • Balance short and long term results from your Lean programmes presents a unique set of challenges and opportunities to Jaguar and Land • Achieve supply chain visibility to integrate your global supply chains into Rover. In 2003 they thought they had a Lean supply chain but were one effective and streamlined supply chain model challenged to look again. Five years on they have achieved significant supply John Riley, Associate Partner, IBM Global Business Services chain cost reductions and quality improvements whilst supporting dramatic business growth and change.This session will give an overview of the Lean 2.40 ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION: Promoting a green supply chain journey and some case studies to illustrate the tangible benefits they through Lean implementation realised and how you can do the same. • Aligning the green agenda with your operations and supply chain • Achieving year-on-year inventory reduction: how to keep the momentum strategies going • Using Lean as a practical tool to help you streamline your supply chain • Managing supply chains for major product launches and achieve a green business • Effectively managing trade-offs between low cost sourcing and supply • Reducing waste and economising fuel usage in transport and logistics chain cost effectiveness • Managing your carbon footprint with your suppliers • Moving from fixed to variable cost structure Chaired by Andrew Jackson, Partner, UK and Region SCM Leader, Jon Bridges, Pre-production Logistics Manager, IBM Global Business Services Jaguar & Landrover 3.20 Afternoon Refreshments & Networking 10.30 Morning Refreshments and Networking 3.50 Balancing Lean & Agile - A Supply Chain View 11.00 Collaborative Lean – Partnering with your suppliers to ensure Lean has been in the news for quite a while now, and it has mainly been best use of resources from product to customer addressed at the manufacturing level. As supply chains require an LMUK INSYS and Supacat will describe the collaborative approach used to increasingly integrated approach, a holistic view is required. It is tempting to enhance customer value through supplier development. During the take Lean to the next level, the supply chain level, but multiple issues need presentation Doug will discuss: to be addressed in order to secure success, not the least of which is agility. JOINT SUPPLIER PRESENTATION • LMUK INSYS’ supplier development programme implementation in This presentation will look at: support of supply chain improvement initiatives • Moving to a Lean supply chain through optimisation of the whole rather • How Lockheed Martin's Lean Six Sigma approach is deployed to key than the parts suppliers through collaborative training programmes and structure • Taking care of uncertainties and variances rather than just cost reduction improvement activities • Ensuring the agility and resilience of the supply chain • Supacats's experience as a key supplier and how they are utilising the • Developing the information environment to support the quest to the support on their journey of continuous improvement optimal supply chain • Collaboratively adapting the cross enterprise improvement initiatives to Christian Verstraete, Senior Director, Solutions Worldwide support a culture of continuous improvement and partnership in both Manufacturing & Distribution Industries,Technology Solutions Group, HP organisations • Creating an agile relationship that ensures quality, cost, and delivery 4.30 Optimising your supply chain with a Lean and customer focused focused on customer value approach Doug Norkus, Mission Assurance Director, Lockheed INSYS Rockwell Automation faced significant customer service issues within Nicholas Ames, MD, Supacat business units, resulting in losing end customers and not winning new customers. On the other hand, there has been continuous pressure to 11.40 Lean 3PL Logistics - Greater Value through Collaboration reduce inventories.This session will address how Lean tools can be used in If you are a 3PL Logistics provider chances are that a nagging thought is a collaboration exercise with our main distributors to improve overall bothering you - “if only I could collaborate with my customers & suppliers customer service while reducing inventory levels. to avoid delays & hold-ups that are eroding my margins”. • How to apply Lean Six Sigma Tools within the Supply Chain Indeed, is ‘collaborative synergies’ not the pillar in your 3PL value • Potential pitfalls in applying Lean Six Sigma – some pragmatic examples of proposition? It is vital to ensure that value is not lost ‘in the middle’ on its how things can go wrong, and how to overcome initial difficulties way to the customer. Reliance, India’s largest fortune 500 Company, present • Setting up collaboration with your customers to optimise the supply their efforts in this direction with some recent case studies. chain In this session discover: Jean-Paul van der Meer, Project Manager Lean, Supply Chain Excellence, • How Lean can help you to provide an end-to-end view of the Logistics Rockwell Automation Value Stream • How to create more value by reducing ‘waste’ en route 5.10 Chairman’s Close & End of Day One • How to create a true two-way collaboration that will provide security in logistics Shreesh Kate, VP, Lean and Six Sigma Deployment Leader, Corporate Support Services, Reliance Industries Group, Mumbai, India 12.20 Lunch & Networking +44 (0)20 7368 9300 enquire@iqpc.co.uk +44 (0)20 7368 9301 0800 652 2363 www.iqpc.com/uk/leansc
  • 4. Main Conference Day Two: 21st May 2008 Lean application and deployment strategies 8.00 Coffee & Registration PLANNING & INVENTORY MANAGEMENT 9.00 Chairman’s Opening Address Frank Steer, President, European organisation for Quality 1.40 Planning and execution in a Lean supply chain Areva’s Lean supply programmes currently concentrate on 3 main business areas – planning, supplier development and logistics, together PRACTICAL LEAN DEPLOYMENT STRATEGIES combining to form an integrated supply chain. In this session Rob will take an in depth look into the planning function and explain: 9.10 Using Lean to drive development and performance • The objectives of planning in a Lean supply chain - the importance of Since the launch of the programme in Farnborough in 2006, SC21 has stable and short lead times made tremendous progress by engaging over 300 signatory companies • Building the planning system bottom-up instead of top-down focused on delivering the national implementation plan. • How do we marry planning, scheduling and pull flow in a Lean • The case for change – What is 21st century supply chains (SC21) supply chain and why is it necessary? • Integrating suppliers into the Lean supply chain • SC21 development & performance - The necessity to work together Rob Van-Stekelenborg, VP Operational Excellence, Areva T&D to determine a common supply chain development process to ensure consistency, standardisation, reduced overheads and common 2.20 ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION: Achieving best practice in knowledge planning & forecasting strategies • Long term goals: SC21 programme driving the implementation • Using data tracking and forecasting methodologies to better predict across the UK aerospace & defence industry demand and supply, and to better facilitate Lean ways of working Russ Armitage, Chairman, SC21 Project Office, SBAC • Predicting fluctuations in the market to make sure you have the 21st century supply chains (SC21) is an industry led programme designed to capacity to meet market needs accelerate the competitiveness of the aerospace & defence industry by • Using RFID to facilitate a leaner way of working by having a better raising the performance of its supply chains. All SC21 signatories companies knowledge of your critical path from production to the customer are fully committed to achieving a revised working culture which includes • How to use JIT to facilitate a Lean warehousing and inventory focusing on accreditation, development and performance and relationships to management process, and significantly lower storage costs improve efficiency, remove duplication and lower overheads and costs. Chaired by Frank Steer, President, European Organisation for Quality 9.50 Definition and analysis – identifying key business requirements to move supply chain strategies into practical 3.00 Afternoon Refreshments & Networking and viable solutions Financial pressures and the need to focus on front-line capability are 3.30 How to tackle variation and high complexity in a Lean supply two of the more important factors driving industry and public sector chain set-up for increasingly innovative and cost-effective supply chain solutions. Variation and high complexity are serious obstacles to overcome if a Companies are responding to this challenge in a number of ways - true Lean supply chain is the end goal. Simple Lean tools can be used some are more successful than others in meeting the needs of the to achieve immediate improvements in lead time and inventory levels. enterprise whilst at the same time generating acceptable profit However, if the business flow is very complex and there are a margins. In this session, Andy uses examples from the Defence sector significant number of variation sources at play, it becomes very difficult to illustrate his argument that without sufficient resources being to achieve further improvements and become “truly Lean”. Often, if allocated to the definition and analysis phases of supply chain inventory cut backs are attempted, it results in quality problems and improvement programmes, struggle rather than success is the more poorer delivery reliability. likely long-term outcome. Novozymes A/S in Denmark has worked for several years with Lean • Making supply chain improvements sustainable to drive long-term and Six Sigma tools to increase predictability and lower defect rates, business change thereby enabling substantial Lean process achievements. • Focusing on cost-effectiveness whilst not hindering enterprise • How high complexity and process variation causes unpredictability objectives and performance and therefore becomes an obstacle to achieving a true Lean supply • Driving improvements in a cost sensitive environment chain Andy Chapell, Supply Chain Strategy, Babcock Marine • How to use Value Stream Mapping (VSM) and root cause analysis tools to identify problem areas 10.30 Morning Refreshments and Networking • Understanding inventory build up mechanisms by modelling variation and unpredictability, using that as a means to prioritise projects and 11.00 Lean thinking in your supply chain workforce – Motivating actions employees to analyse their processes and continuously Line Sandberg, Global Quality Director, Novozymes A/S improve • Changing the way people think about processes – Moving away from 4.10 RFID as an enabler for Lean logistics - RFID in practice at traditional systems towards Lean management Bosch • Making Lean thinking relevant to all employees from senior Lean Logistics means the creation of pull systems e.g. stock reduction, management to the frontline slow reaction times between supplier and customer and a separation • Embedding Lean thinking as a cultural element in supply chain of packaging from production. operations Causing a production management with small lot sizes, high frequent • Introducing the right Lean tools for effective change delivery and support of material in the production, booking effort can • Structuring Lean supply chain programmes in your business for increase by up to 1500% for production orders and material requests optimal cross business delivery, cost and quality in the ERP-System. David Wheeler, Senior Director, Global Logistics & Value Chain RFID helps to eliminate this high manually effort by tagging containers Initiatives, Cintas Corporation in production with a Kabnan-Card with RFID. RFID includes all relevant information needed for the automised booking in the ERP- 11.40 Lean strategy evolution: Continuous Improvement system (e.g. Material number, Order-ID, Quantity,...) greatly increasing • From manufacturing to administrative processes your knowledge and control over the supply chain. • Deploying a top-down versus bottom up approach: Diagnostics on The Presentation shows the improved processes with RFID in: priority processes and performance management • Customer and production planning • From silo approach to Business Process Management (BPM): • Warehouse, packaging and shipping Organisational rotation • IT-Concept • Understanding peoples daily problems: Finding out what waste really Take away an: is in their daily work • Experience in implementing Lean logistics and RFID • Demand planning: Understanding how the manufacturing department • Understanding of the positive effects on traceability, through-put and production cycles impact supply chain procurement and planning time, logistics control Nicole Sies, Supply Chain Development Manager, Shared Services Carsten Frost, Logistics Manager, Robert Bosch GmbH Supply Chain NL, Sara Lee International 4.50 Chairman’s Close & End of Conference 12.20 Lunch & Networking +44 (0)20 7368 9300 enquire@iqpc.co.uk +44 (0)20 7368 9301 0800 652 2363 www.iqpc.com/uk/leansc
  • 5. Dear colleague, Are you part of the growing Lean supply chain phenomenon that’s sweeping the globe? The world’s biggest and most successful companies, having conquered Lean deployment in operations, are now moving Lean out into the supply chain, reducing their costs by up to 40%. But the benefits of Lean in supply chain don’t stop there! Those companies have also found: c Better delivery to their global customer base c Boosted overall supply chain capacity c Optimised agility and reactivity to changes in demand With ever growing global supply chains, and in a time of mergers and market change, a Lean and efficient supply chain is essential to meet your customer needs as well as provide a cost effective delivery model. So how promising does your supply chain look for 2008? Presented by IQPC, the leading provider of Lean and Six Sigma events worldwide, Global Lean Supply Chain Optimisation 2008 brings you real life solutions to real life problems.With cutting edge case studies and expert advice from the world’s leading Lean and supply chain professionals, this is the only supply chain event with the subject expertise to truly optimise your supply chain efficiency. By attending, you will leave with the ability to: • Build the business case for Lean: Discover how Lean can cut cost, optimise resources and increase your supply chain flexibility and capacity • Build secure and efficient supplier relationships: Form collaborative Lean programmes to ensure that your entire end-to-end supply chain delivers effectively and efficiently • Ensure your logistics are green and sustainable: Cut waste with Lean thinking and drive a greener supply chain • Secure Lean and efficient 3rd party logistics partners: Ensure your extended supply chain is reliable and in line with your business objectives • Achieve new levels of accuracy in demand forecasting: Integrate Lean tools with IT and inventory management systems for a streamlined and reactive inventory Take a look at the results from just a few of our expert speakers: HP use RFID to work with GKN – Rolled out VSM work in Jaguar & Landrover – Over & Wal-Mart and deliver on their 12 years of Lean supply chain the extended supply chain, Lean supply chain objectives and synchronising companies up to programmes, recently delivering reach new levels of demand 12 removed 36% cost reduction in 6 years forecasting accuracy And you can do the same. Make sure your supply chain is prepared for 2008 by registering today at www.iqpc.com/uk/leansc or by calling +44 (0) 207 368 9300. See you in May. P.S. – Increase your deployment Best Wishes success by booking onto our interactive workshop package: A: Integrating SCOR, Lean & Six Sigma B: Back to basics Megan James C: Measuring and improving logistics success Conference Director A tailored programme Perfect for all industries SPONSORSHIP & EXHIBITION OPPORTUNITIES designed for: including: Do you want to position your business in front of senior • Global Supply chain and • FMCG Logistics Directors • Manufacturing decision makers from supply chain, logistics and Process • Supply Chain & Logistics • Automotive Excellence? Global Lean Supply Chain Optimisation 2008 is now Managers • Defence & Aerospace open for limited sponsorship.To discuss a tailored package to • Procurement Directors • Retail suit your business needs, please contact • Demand and Forecasting • Oil, Gas & Energy carl.harvey@iqpc.co.uk or call: +44 (0) 207 368 9473. Managers • Pharmaceuticals Based on the needs of the delegate audience, Global Lean Supply • Directors Lean Supply Chain • Chemicals • Lean implementation Managers • Healthcare Chain Optimisation 2008 will invite discussions from the • VP Production and Operations • Hi-tech & electronics following categories: • Directors Continuous c Lean training companies c Lean and supply chain consultants Improvement & Quality c Lean and supply chain software vendors c RFID vendors +44 (0)20 7368 9300 enquire@iqpc.co.uk +44 (0)20 7368 9301 0800 652 2363 www.iqpc.com/uk/leansc
  • 6. Global Lean Supply Chain Optimisation 2008 Workshops: 19th May 2008 • Conference: 20th & 21st May 2008 Web: www.iqpc.com/uk/leansc The Café Royal, London, UK REGISTRATION FORM Phone: +44 (0) 20 7368 9300 To speed registration, please provide the priority code located on the mailing label or in the box below. Fax: +44 (0) 20 7368 9301 My registration code is S Email: enquire@iqpc.co.uk Please contact our database manager on +44(0) 207 368 9300 or at database@iqpc.co.uk quoting the registration code above to inform us of any changes or to remove your details. Post: IQPC Ltd. Anchor House, 15-19 Britten Street, London, SW3 3QL, UK Team Discounts IQPC recognises the value of learning in teams. Groups of 3 or more booking at the same time from the same company receive a 10% discount. 5 or more receive a 15% discount. 7 receive a 20% discount. Only one discount available per person. 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